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The chicken bones found at Cishan are slightly larger than wild jungle fowls, but smaller than that of a modern domesticated chicken," English.
In Cishan, a Chinook helicopter landed on the school's soccer field with supplies and survivors.
Cishan (HCRB & HOCRM 1981) appears similarly to be not older than 6000 BC (unpublished Peking University laboratory dates, Xiao-hong Wu pers.
They're doing everything they can,'' said a Cishan resident, identifying himself only by his surname Liao.
See his "Tang Yuan Cishan ming ba," in Quan Song wen, 17:622.
Recent studies in eastern Asia at the site of Cishan in north-eastern China document the cultivation of broomcorn millet as early as 8000 cal BC between the Loess Plateau and the North China Plain (Crawford 2009; Lu et al.
Rescue teams were also taking advantage of the sunshine to airlift scores of survivors from villages already demolished by mudslides to safety in Cishan in Kaohsiung county, where a makeshift landing zone has been set up at a school.
Four sites, from three of the above cultures, are mentioned in the works of Chang and An: Cishan, Peiligang, Xinle and Dadiwan.
Kawaguchi) is going to have a hard time in Beijing,'' said Ruan Cishan, a political commentator with Phoenix TV in Hong Kong.
6000 BC at Xinglonggou, in Eastern Inner Mongolia (Zhao 2005), while millet cultivation is regarded generally as established in the Yellow River basin by 5500 BC (the Beixin, Cishan, Peiligang and Dadiwan cultures).
The two countries will probably sign something or make a joint announcement, said Ruan Cishan, a political commentator with Phoenix TV in Hong Kong.
We believe the earliest domesticated pigs found in China to date were discovered in the Cishan assemblage dated to approximately 8000 BP, located at latitude 36.