Yantai, China

Yantai, China, Is Omaha’s Newest Sister City.

At the invitation of the mayor of Yantai, a visit was made by a small Omaha Sister Cities delegation in April, 2009. In October, 2009, Yantai officials visited Omaha. An initial intent document was signed in both Yantai and Omaha. The Omaha City Council voted to allow OSCA to continue with the twinning process and a visit took place in June, 2010, to Yantai, China, led by Mayor Suttle with a delegation of 11. The final step involved the Yantai delegation coming to Omaha to sign documentation to complete the process.

Welcome to Yantai

Yantai, China, Is Omaha’s Newest Sister City.At the invitation of the mayor of Yantai, a visit was made by a small Omaha Sister Cities delegation in April, 2009. In October, 2009, Yantai officials visited Omaha. An initial intent document was signed in both Yantai and Omaha. The Omaha City Council voted to allow OSCA to continue with the twinning process and a visit took place in June, 2010, to Yantai, China, led by Mayor Suttle with a delegation of 11. The final step involved the Yantai delegation coming to Omaha to sign documentation to complete the process.

Population

Yantai, China, Is Omaha’s Newest Sister City.At the invitation of the mayor of Yantai, a visit was made by a small Omaha Sister Cities delegation in April, 2009. In October, 2009, Yantai officials visited Omaha. An initial intent document was signed in both Yantai and Omaha. The Omaha City Council voted to allow OSCA to continue with the twinning process and a visit took place in June, 2010, to Yantai, China, led by Mayor Suttle with a delegation of 11. The final step involved the Yantai delegation coming to Omaha to sign documentation to complete the process.

Location

Yantai, China, Is Omaha’s Newest Sister City.At the invitation of the mayor of Yantai, a visit was made by a small Omaha Sister Cities delegation in April, 2009. In October, 2009, Yantai officials visited Omaha. An initial intent document was signed in both Yantai and Omaha. The Omaha City Council voted to allow OSCA to continue with the twinning process and a visit took place in June, 2010, to Yantai, China, led by Mayor Suttle with a delegation of 11. The final step involved the Yantai delegation coming to Omaha to sign documentation to complete the process.

History

Yantai, China, Is Omaha’s Newest Sister City.At the invitation of the mayor of Yantai, a visit was made by a small Omaha Sister Cities delegation in April, 2009. In October, 2009, Yantai officials visited Omaha. An initial intent document was signed in both Yantai and Omaha. The Omaha City Council voted to allow OSCA to continue with the twinning process and a visit took place in June, 2010, to Yantai, China, led by Mayor Suttle with a delegation of 11. The final step involved the Yantai delegation coming to Omaha to sign documentation to complete the process.

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Yantai, China, Is Omaha’s Newest Sister City.At the invitation of the mayor of Yantai, a visit was made by a small Omaha Sister Cities delegation in April, 2009. In October, 2009, Yantai officials visited Omaha. An initial intent document was signed in both Yantai and Omaha. The Omaha City Council voted to allow OSCA to continue with the twinning process and a visit took place in June, 2010, to Yantai, China, led by Mayor Suttle with a delegation of 11. The final step involved the Yantai delegation coming to Omaha to sign documentation to complete the process.

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Yantai, China, Is Omaha’s Newest Sister City.At the invitation of the mayor of Yantai, a visit was made by a small Omaha Sister Cities delegation in April, 2009. In October, 2009, Yantai officials visited Omaha. An initial intent document was signed in both Yantai and Omaha. The Omaha City Council voted to allow OSCA to continue with the twinning process and a visit took place in June, 2010, to Yantai, China, led by Mayor Suttle with a delegation of 11. The final step involved the Yantai delegation coming to Omaha to sign documentation to complete the process.

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Yantai, China, Is Omaha’s Newest Sister City.At the invitation of the mayor of Yantai, a visit was made by a small Omaha Sister Cities delegation in April, 2009. In October, 2009, Yantai officials visited Omaha. An initial intent document was signed in both Yantai and Omaha. The Omaha City Council voted to allow OSCA to continue with the twinning process and a visit took place in June, 2010, to Yantai, China, led by Mayor Suttle with a delegation of 11. The final step involved the Yantai delegation coming to Omaha to sign documentation to complete the process.

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Chinese Flag

he flag of the People's Republic of China (simplified Chinese: 中华人民共和国国旗; traditional Chinese: 中華人民共和國國旗; pinyin: Zhōnghuá Rénmín Gònghéguó guóqí) is a red field charged in the canton (upper corner nearest the flagpole) with five golden stars. The design features one large star, with four smaller stars in a semicircle set off towards the fly (the side farthest from the flag pole).