A city in southeastern China; capital of Jiangxi Province. (noun)
Examples of word Nanchang
We were taken to see the Forbidden City, Great Wall, and Tiananmen Square all in one day before we left for Nanchang, which is closer â€” but still three hours away â€” to where my daughter had been living in the countryside.
The company manages nearly 70 hotels with almost 20,000 rooms in key commercial and tourist cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Nanchang, Chengdu and Kunming, according to its website.
Prices in cities further inland like Nanchang, Urumqi, Changsha and Luoyang recorded on-year price gains of above 8% in June.
"The previous method of relying mainly on new bank lending as a gauge of total credit issuance is not scientific because the share of direct financing via stock listings and bond sales is on the rise," Gao Xiaoqiong, president of the PBOC's Nanchang Branch, told Dow Jones Newswires on the sidelines of China's annual legislative meetings.
Nanchang, a city in southeastern China, attempted last month to ban indoor smoking in all public places, restaurants, bars and offices.