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      Wuhan, abbreviated to "Han", the capital of Hubei Province, is the largest city in Central China, with a population of 7.3 million and an area of 8,467 square kilometers. She is the the center of economy, culture and politics in Central China and is one of the most important cities in China.

Meaning of the name
    "Valiant Chinese" (a contraction of the names of the three cities of which it is a conglomerate: Wuchang, Hankou, and Hanyang)


    4,000,000 people live in the urban area of Wuhan, with another 3,300,000 in the surrounding districts under its control.

     Located on two rivers of the Yangtze (Changjiang), the second longest river in the world, and Hanshui, the greatest branch of the former, Wuhan is divided into 3 parts, i.e., Wuchan, Hankou and Hanyang. These three converge at the Wuhan Yangtze (Changjiang) Bridge, the first bridge across Yangtze River. Other bridges; the No.2 Yangtze Bridge, completed in 1995, and two other bridges across Hanshui River link Wuhan so that it has the nick-name, "City on Rivers". She lies in 650 km (400 miles) west of Shanghai.



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The 9th International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Applications To Business, Engineering & Science
DCABES2010 scheduled for 10-12 August 2010 in Hong Kong, China