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DBN BASED MULTI-STREAM MODELS FOR SPEECH Yimin Zhang
DBN BASED MULTI-STREAM MODELS FOR SPEECH. Yimin Zhang, Qian Diao, Shan Huang, Wei Hu Chris Bartels, Jeff Bilmes.
The Introduction of Grapes and Alfalfa into China: A Re‰ection on
China following the trade route pioneered by Zhang Qian. Key words―grapes; alfalfa; China (Zhang Qian is abbreviated as ZQ hereafter).
TABLE or CONTENTS
Zhang Qian and the Spirit of Exploration Handout 2A: Zhang Qian and the Spirit of Exploration . Handout 2C: Zhang Qian Tableau Activity Instructions .
A Study of the History of the Relationship Between the Western and
Cross-Cultural Exchanges on the Silk Roads

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The best of Broadway in Shanghai
By Zhang Qian BEIJING, Aug. 28 (Xinhuanet) -- Shanghai Culture Square is set to open with a bang as a collection of Broadway's greatest hits will be performed in "Ultimate Broadway," writes Zhang Qian.
Why so many kids are near-sighted
By Zhang Qian BEIJING, Aug. 24 (Xinhuanet) -- Too much school work, TV and digital gadgets can cause squinting and near-sighted children. Giving tiny kids iPads with Tang poems and fairy tales is bad for them too.
The best of Broadway in Shanghai
By Zhang Qian | 2011-8-27 | NEWSPAPER EDITION Broadway stars including (from left) Kevin Kern, Brad Little, Eden Espinosa and Ria Jones will take leading roles in "Ultimate Broadway," the opening show of Shanghai Culture Square.
TCM music therapy eases ear-ringing
By Zhang Qian | 2011-8-24 | NEWSPAPER EDITION MUSIC heals and music therapy is used to reduce stress and anxiety, lower blood pressure and reduce chronic pain of many kinds.
Naked marriage

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Zhang Qian - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Zhang Qian: Opening the Silk Road
In 138 BCE, Zhang Qian (pronounced JANG-CHYEN) set out through the tall stone gates of Chang'an, the capital of Han dynasty China.
Zhangqian, Travelers of the Silk Road, China Silk Road Pioneer
Zhang Qian — Infoplease.com
In 138 B.C.
Zhang Qian
Emperor Wu sent Zhang Qian to the west to seek allies that could oppose the Nomads together.

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