Chinese timezones 1970
Jesper Norgaard Welen
jnorgard at prodigy.net.mx
Sat Jul 15 02:33:31 UTC 2006
It does look odd that there should be such a little island of GMT+6 in the
sea of GMT+7, but if the decision about this was restricted to Guandong,
then splitting this province in 3 parts the manner it is suggested by
astro.com makes more sense. I don't know if there is any way to check if
astro.com is right about this claim.
The little map I sent anyone can put in your own web page(s) as you want,
there is no copyright :-)
If you rather want to point to it, like
http://www.worldtimeexplorer.com/map/China1970.gif or something like that, I
could put it up, but I haven't decided to put it up on a full web page with
reference information etc. so I think a direct inclusion in your page(s)
would be fine. Am I missing something?
I wouldn't mind creating maps of other Olson db timezones if anyone is
interested, as long as this is not too time-consuming.
From: Paul Eggert [mailto:eggert at cs.ucla.edu]
Sent: Viernes, 14 de Julio de 2006 12:01
To: Jesper Norgaard Welen
Cc: tz at lecserver.nci.nih.gov
Subject: Re: Chinese timezones 1970
Jesper Norgaard Welen <jnorgard at prodigy.net.mx> writes:
> The biggest surprise was that region Guangdong were dived in 3
> timezones, a south/west part on GMT+6 (counties Xuwen, Haikang, Suixi,
> Lianjiang, Zhanjiang, Wuchuan, Huazhou, Gaozhou, Maoming, Dianbai,
That is a surprise, and looking at your map it kind of sticks out like a
sore thumb. Why would there have been a little island of GMT+6 in the sea
of GMT+7, almost next to the GMT+8 region?
Anyway, thanks very much for the info; I'll include it in the next proposed
tz patch. Will you have a permanent URL for that map? If so, I'd like to
include a URL as well.
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