Nan-ch'ang (Nan-ch'ang-hsien) City in se China; capital of Jiangxi province. It was founded as a walled city in the 3rd century bc. Army Day (August 1) commemorates the failed communist coup here in 1927. Industries: rice, tea, cotton textiles, machinery. Pop. (2002 est.) 1,077,600.
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