Kokang


Kokang
Original name in latin Kokang
Name in other language Kokang
State code ID
Continent/City Asia/Makassar
longitude -8.6158
latitude 122.6847
altitude 28
Population 0
Date 2012-01-21

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • Kokang — (auch Special Region 1 genannt) ist eine autonome Region im östlichen Shan Staat in Birma. Sie entstand nach dem Zusammenbruch der Kommunistischen Partei Birmas (KPB) im Jahre 1989. Ihre Bevölkerung wird auf 150.000 geschätzt. Zusammen mit der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Kokang — (Chinese: 果敢; Pinyin: Guǒgǎn) was the only Burmese Chinese feudal state in Burma. It was founded by the Yang dynasty, a Chinese military house that fled with the Ming Dynasty to Yunnan Province in the mid 1600s and later migrated to the Shan… …   Wikipedia

  • Kokang —    A region of northeastern Shan State, east of the Salween (Thanlwin) River and adjacent to the border with China, which since the 17th century has been populated by Chinese who had been loyal to the Ming Dynasty and opposed the Manchu conquest… …   Historical Dictionary of Burma (Myanmar)

  • Kokang — Situation du Kokang au sein de l État Shan et de la Birmanie Le Kokang était le seul État chinois de la Birmanie. L État doit ses origines à la famille Yang, qui émigra avec ses fidèles dans le Yunnan avec d autres partisans des Ming lors de la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Liste des souverains de Kokang — Le Kokang était le seul État chinois de la Birmanie. L État doit ses origines à la famille Yang, qui émigra avec ses fidèles dans le Yunnan avec d autres partisans des Ming lors de la deuxième moitié du dix septième siècle. Avant tout militaires …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Chinese people in Burma — Burmese Chinese Lion dance performances in Yangon s Chinatown during Chinese New Year celebrations in 2011. Total population 1,662,000 (est.) …   Wikipedia

  • List of Shan States rulers — The Shan State of Myanmar (also known as Burma) was once made up of a large number of traditional monarchies or fiefdoms. Three ranks of chiefs where recognized by the Burmese king and later by the British administration. These ranks were Saopha… …   Wikipedia

  • Burmese Chinese — ethnic group group=Burmese Chinese poptime=1,662,000 (est.) popplace=Myanmar rels=Predominantly Theravada Buddhism and/or Mahayana Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism. Minority Islam (mostly among Panthay) langs=Burmese, Min Nan, Cantonese, Hakka… …   Wikipedia

  • List of Shan state rulers — The Shan State of Myanmar (also known as Burma) was once made up of a large number of traditional monarchies or fiefdoms. Three ranks of chiefs where recognized by the Burmese king and later by the British administration. These ranks were Saopha… …   Wikipedia

  • Wa State — is an unrecognised state in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) and is currently subsumed under the official Wa Special Region 2 of the Northern Shan State. The administrative capital is Pangshang. The name Wa derives from an ethnic group, who… …   Wikipedia