The history of Nanchang University traces back to Jiangxi Public Medical School, established in 1921, and National Chung Cheng (or Zhongzheng) University, established in 1940 and named after Chiang Kai-shek, president of the Republic of China.
In 1993, Jiangxi University and Jiangxi Industrial University were merged into Nanchang University. In 1997, Nanchang University was listed among the Top 100 key universities in China. In the year of 2004, the agreement on jointly developing Nanchang University was signed between the Government of Jiangxi Province and the Ministry of Education. NCU entered a new era of reform and development when it merged with Jiangxi Medical College in 2005.
Nanchang (Chinese:南昌) is the capital of Jiangxi Province in southeastern China. As of 2010, a population of 5,042,565 live in the prefecture, in which 2,357,838 live in the built-up area made up of all five urban districts. Located in the north-central part of the province, it is bounded on the west by the Jiuling Mountains, and on the east by Poyang Lake. Because of its strategic location connecting the prosperous East and South China, it has become a major railway hub in Southern China in recent decades.
As the Nanchang Uprising in 1927 is distinctively recognized by the ruling Communist Party as "firing the first gunshot against the evil Nationalists", the current regime has therefore named the city since 1949 "the City of Heroes", "the place where the People's Liberation Army was born", and the most widely known "place where the military banner of the People's Liberation Army was first raised".
The territories encompassing modern-day Jiangxi Province—including Nanchang—was first incorporated into China during the Qin dynasty, when it was conquered from the Baiyue peoples and organized as Jiujiang Commandery (Chinese:九江郡). In 201 BC, during the Han dynasty, the city was given the Chinese name Nanchang and became the administrative seat of Yuzhang Commandery (Chinese:豫章郡), and was governed by Guan Ying (Chinese:灌嬰), one of Emperor Gaozu of Han's generals. The name Nanchang means "southern flourishing", derived from a motto of developing what is now southern China that is traditionally attributed to Emperor Gaozu himself.
In 2013, she began a two-year course on administrative management at JiangxiOpenUniversity in Nanchang, which was part of a project the province promoted beginning in 2011 to train a particular set of students－experienced farmers from rural areas.
In the spring of 2013, she attended a two-year course on administrative management at JiangxiOpenUniversity in Nanchang, which was part of a project the province promoted in 2011 to train specialized students－experienced farmers from rural areas.
NANCHANG－As 34-year-old Xiong Chuanfa creates a lifelike fawn out of molten maltose in minutes, children look on with astonishment, as though watching a magician ... "It looks easy, but actually it's very difficult to do," said the student at Nanchang Hangkong University.
... of the most lively historical and cultural blocks in Nanchang, east China's Jiangxi Province, to start his "magic show." ... "It looks easy, but actually very difficult to master hands-on," said Ngendakumana, who is a student at Nanchang Hangkong University.
NANCHANG, April 18 (Xinhua) -- As Xiong Chuanfa, 34, blows a lifelike fawn out of molten maltose in just minutes, kids gaze at him with astonishment thinking he is a magician ... "It looks easy, but actually very difficult to master hands-on," said Ngendakumana, who is a student at Nanchang Hangkong University.
- Students proposed creative mobility solutions for older populations ... The winners selected in each Otis region were..Americas ... China. NanchangUniversity in Nanchang, China. Students from Nanchang University imagined a smart escalator that can identify passengers in wheelchairs and adjust its steps to create a stable, moving platform for passage ... ....
Luo Shenglian, president of Nanchang Hangkong University in Jiangxi province and an NPC deputy, said his research showed that many rural seniors tend to work deep into old age, and the number of empty nesters in the countryside is rising ... He added that health risks and loneliness affect a large number of empty nesters in rural areas ...