- Wenzhou - Wikipedia
Wenzhou (pronounced [wə́n ʈʂóu] (); Wenzhounese: [ʔy 33-11 tɕiɤu 33-32], Chinese: 温州) is a prefecture-level city in southeastern Zhejiang province in the People's Republic of China Wenzhou is located at the extreme south east of Zhejiang Province with its borders connecting to Lishui on the west, Taizhou on the north, and Fujian to the south It is surrounded by mountains, the
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A video capturing a horrific collision last week in Wenzhou, China, has gone viral One man was killed and 23 were injured Aug 2 after a bus trying to back up on a highway was struck by a truck
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