Jin


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Jin

A unit of mass in China approximately equivalent to 500 grams.
References in periodicals archive ?
To obtain material in her home country, Jin sent out letters to Japanese soldiers from the occupying force in the Philippines, finding their names by poring over war documents in the National Diet Library.
Woken from the reverie, Jin gives Oh a quick kiss on the lips to confirm Son is back at her beck and call.
But running the centre is not the only challenge Jin is undertaking.
Si esta desatencion se debe a la todavia prevalente consideracion del relato corto como un genero menor--y desgraciadamente, no "menor" en el sentido positivo que le otorgan Deleuze y Guattari (1986), como un elemento de subversion dentro de una tradicion predominante--, no cabe duda de que la calidad de los cuentos de Ha Jin deberia contribuir a erradicar tal prejuicio.
iFly Res, with native NDC integration, will empower Jin Air seamlessly integrate its PSS to third party systems, and will considerably augment the airlines interline and codeshare capabilities.
In addition to her active and successful engagement in dancing and cultural exchange before The Jin Xing Show, Jin frequently appeared as a judge on the Chinese versions of Dancing with the Star and American Idol (Hopper & Frank, 2012).
Jin said that the AIIB would require any lending project to be financially sustainable, environmentally benign and socially acceptable.
Although electricity is the usual energy source for splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen, "there is a lot of interest in using sunlight to split water directly," Jin says.
In [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Ode to Gallantry) Jin narrates that there is a stone-inscribed ultimate secret of martial arts hidden on an island, but that the writing--with some resemblance to oracle bone hieroglyphs--is undecipherable.
Starwood Capital (NYSE: HOT) said it has completed the sale of Groupe du Louvre and Louvre Hotels Group to Shanghai Jin Jiang International Hotels Development (SGX: 600754) (SGX: 900934) for EUR1.
Agile and assertive, seventeen-year-old Jin (Deniz Hasguler) is a warrior.
Seeing that these translated fragments are always closely related to the poet's own original lines expressing his own sentiments, the reader is invited to wonder: To what extent does Ha Jin draw his poetic inspiration from the corpus of Chinese literature?