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Guangdong

Guangdong is a coastal province in South China on the north shore of South China Sea. The capital of the province is Guangzhou. With a population of 113.46 million across a total area of about 179,800 km2, Guangdong is the most populous province of China and the 15th-largest by area. Its economy is larger than that of any other province in the nation and the 6th largest sub-national economy in the world with a GDP size of 1.47 trillion US dollars in 2018. The Pearl River Delta Economic Zone, a Chinese megalopolis, is a core for high technology and foreign trade. Located in this zone are two of the four top Chinese cities and the top two Chinese prefecture-level cities by GDP; these two are among the most populous and important cities in China, have now become two of the world's most populous megacities. The province of Guangdong surpassed Henan and Shandong to become the most populous province in China in January 2005, registering 79.1 million permanent residents and 31 million migrants who lived in the province for at least six months of the year.

This makes it the most populous first-level administrative subdivision of any country outside of South Asia, as its population is surpassed only by those of the Pakistani province of Punjab and the Indian states of Bihar and Uttar Pradesh. Its population increase since the census has been modest, the province registering 108,500,000 people in 2015. Most of the historical Guangdong Province is administered by the People's Republic of China. However, the archipelagos of Pratas in the South China Sea are controlled by the Republic of China, were part of Guangdong Province before the Chinese Civil War. Guangdong has a diversified economy. Since 1989, Guangdong has topped the total GDP rankings among all provincial-level divisions, with Jiangsu and Shandong second and third in rank; as of 2018, Guangdong's GDP reached 1.47 trillion US dollars, exceeding that of Spain with GDP of 1.43 trillion US dollars, the 13th largest in the world. The province contributes 12% of the total economic output of mainland China, is home to the production facilities and offices of a wide-ranging set of Chinese and foreign corporations.

Guangdong has benefited from its proximity to the financial hub of Hong Kong, which it borders to the south. Guangdong hosts the largest import and export fair in China, the Canton Fair, hosted in the provincial capital of Guangzhou. After the unification of Lingnan region in the Qin Dynasty, the immigrants from the Central Plains moved in and formed the local culture with a unique style. With the outward movement of the Guangdong people, the Hakka and Cantonese languages, cuisine and tea ceremony have been spread throughout the nation, Southeast Asia and other countries; the two special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macao fall within the scope of Guangdong cultural influence, Guangdong culture still has profound influences on the Chinese in Singapore and Malaysia. "Guǎng" means "wide" or "vast", has been associated with the region since the creation of Guang Prefecture in AD 226. The name "Guang" came from Guangxin, an outpost established in Han dynasty near modern Wuzhou, whose name is a reference to an order by Emperor Wu of Han to "widely bestow favors and sow trust".

Together and Guangxi are called Loeng gwong During the Song dynasty, the Two Guangs were formally separated as Guǎngnán Dōnglù and Guǎngnán Xīlù, which became abbreviated as Guǎngdōng Lù and Guǎngxī Lù. "Canton", though etymologically derived from Cantão by itself refers to the provincial capital Guangzhou. Canton was used for the province itself, but either specified as a province, or written as Kwangtung in the Wade–Giles system and now most as Guangdong in Pinyin; the local people of the city of Guangzhou and their language are called Cantonese in English. Because of the prestige of Canton and its accent, Cantonese sensu lato can be used for the phylogenetically related residents and Chinese dialects outside the provincial capital; the Neolithic era began in the Pearl River Delta 7,000 years before present, with the early period from around 7000 to 5000 BP, the late period from about 5000 to 3500 BP. In coastal Guangdong, the Neolithic was introduced from the middle Yangtze River area. In inland Guangdong, the neolithic appeared in Guangdong 4,600 years before present.

The Neolithic in northern inland Guangdong is represented by the Shixia culture, which occurred from 4600–4200 BP. Inhabited by a mixture of tribal groups known to the Chinese as the Baiyue, the region first became part of China during the Qin dynasty. Under the Qin Dynasty, Chinese administration began and along with it reliable historical records in the region. After establishing the first unified Chinese empire, the Qin expanded southwards and set up Nanhai Commandery at Panyu, near what is now part of Guangzhou; the region was an independent kingdom as Nanyue betwee

Linda Willis

Linda Kay Willis was a close witness during the assassination of United States President John F. Kennedy; when the assassination started, she was located to the left of President Kennedy's presidential limousine on the south side of Elm Street, directly in front of the Texas School Book Depository. In the Zapruder film, she was seen wearing a long gold skirt. Willis testified to the Warren Commission in 1964 that she remembered hearing three shots, with the last two shots bunched much closer together than the first two shots, she testified that the assassination started when President Kennedy was waving when she heard the first shot. Like many Dealey Plaza witnesses, the first shot she remembered hearing sounded like a firecracker to her, she said that this first shot hit President Kennedy because she saw the president raise up both his arms and clench his fists in front of his throat as a result of the first shot that she remembered. Willis stated that she did not know where the second shot that she remembered hearing came from or went to.

She said. In 1978, Willis told the House Select Committee on Assassinations that she "had a distinct impression that the head wound to President Kennedy was a result of a front-to-rear shot" when she saw his head "blow up." In her 1989 video interview for The Men Who Killed Kennedy documentary, Willis stated that when she saw the president's head explode in blood that she saw brain matter come out the back of the president's head, so, the head shot must have been fired from the front of President Kennedy. Willis stated to assassination researcher and author Richard Trask that after the assassination and her sister Rosemary saw someone find a piece of the president's head that had landed in the grass located at least twenty-two feet to the left of the president. After the assassination, along with her sister and mother, were present at the Kodak photographic laboratory getting her father's assassination-related photo slides developed when the Zapruder film was first developed and first shown.

Warren Commission. "JFK Assassination Witness Linda Willis in Dealey Plaza". Interviewed by Jim Ruddy. Retrieved August 17, 2014. An Image-stabilized Version of the Zapruder Film, Running in a Loop Users must wait a few seconds for the first QuickTime version to download, after which the film runs continuously Details and Zapruder frames showing the Rosemary Willis rapid headsnap towards the grassy knoll

Zoom Air

Zoom Air Zexus Air Services, is an Indian regional airline based at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi. Zoom Air was established in April 2013 by Surender Kumar Kaushik as Zexus Air and the Indian civil aviation ministry issued it a No Objection Certificate in 2014. In September 2016, the airline took delivery of its first aircraft, a Bombardier CRJ200. Zoom Air received its air operator's certificate on 3 February 2017 and began operations on 15 February with a flight from Delhi to Durgapur via Kolkata; as of March 2017, Zoom Air flew to seven destinations in India using two Bombardier CRJ200's. In July 2018, the operating license of the airline was suspended by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India due to safety concerns. All operations were suspended until 31 October 2019. Zoom Air was the brand name for Zexus Air Services; the company was headquartered in Gurgaon, its chief executive officer was Koustav Dhar. Zoom Air had been funded through private group Ravi Shankar Singh.

The airline flew to the following destinations as of January 2020: As of August 2019 the Zoom Air fleet consisted of the following aircraft: Zoom Air operated a further CRJ200. Official website