Gansu long buffet
Product Id
BEJ-08073
Description
6-door 3-drawer long buffet in smooth dark green colour. This kind of cabinet was widely used by people from the North China Gansu province.It was prevously used as food storage cabinet in common households in that area.
Dimensions
H91 x D183 x W50 cm
Material
elm wood
Origin
China Gansu
Age
Circa 100 years
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Geography

Gansu

in the northwest of the People’s Republic of China, is situated between Qinghai, Inner Mongolia and the Huangtu Plateaus.  It borders Inner Mongolia to the north and Zinjiang to the west.  The province is often abbreviated as ‘Gan’ or ‘Long’, or called Long West or Long Right because it lies to the west of Long Mountain.  It has a population of over 25 million people (1997), most of whom are Hui Chinese.
History
Gansu was populated in prehistoric times by numerous Neolithic cultures.  Many artefacts have been found from the Dadiwan culture, which flourished in Read more
Geography

Zhejiang

 
is named after the Zhejiang River (crooked river, now called the Qiantang River) which passes through its capital.  The province’s name is often shortened to ‘Zhe’.  Zhejiang has the East China Sea to its east, beyond which lie the Ryukyu Islands of Japan.  To the north are the Jiangsu province and the Shanghai municipality; Anhui province is to the northwest; Jiangxi to the west and Fujian to the south.
History
Zhejiang, also spelled Chehkiang or Chekiang, was not influenced by early Chinese civilisation but was populated by a people known collectively as Read more
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