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Jiao

A currency unit in China and Taiwan. It is equal to 1/10 of one renminbi or one Taiwanese dollar. The jiao is more commonly used in China.
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On a recent visit, Chiao brought a team from the Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD), his alma mater, to study the city of Manila and how it can be regenerated.
Siemann, as an automated method for characterizing and discriminating between cuttlefish body patterns (for more detail, see Chiao et al.
So, Chiao said, most Chinese vehicle makers have been trying vigorously to develop own technologies to shed the foreign monopoly, hence setting up opportunities for Taiwan.
Chiao received the NASA Distinguished Service Medal in 2004.
During a thought-provoking discussion, Rebecca Chiao focused on HarassMap, an online forum for people who have been sexually harassed.
Chiao points to stories about Japanese people purling the welfare of others before their own needs and of how they are stoically coping with the tragic deaths of loved ones, the loss of friends and family members as well as personal property, and uncertainty about their jobs and futures.
Chiao commented on the discrimination women face in the work force as well as in the educational sector.
Jen-Hung Huang, Professor, and Chia-Yen Lin, PhD Candidate, Graduate Institute of Management Science, National Chiao Tung University, Hsin Chu, Taiwan.
Traditional Chinese religions with adherents constituting less than 5 percent of the population include: I Kuan Tao, Tien Ti Chiao (Heaven Emperor Religion), Tien Te Chiao (Heaven Virtue Religion), Li-ism, Hsuan Yuan Chiao (Yellow Emperor Religion), Tian Li Chiao (Tenrikyo), Universe Maitreya Emperor Religion, Hai Tze Tao, Confucianism, Zhonghua Sheng Chiao (Chinese Holy Religion), Da Yi Chiao (Great Changes Religion), Pre-cosmic Salvationism, and Huang Chung Chiao (Yellow Middle Religion).
NEW DELHI Taiwanese cinema may be heading in the wrong direction, according to the territory's leading producer Peggy Chiao.