Here are some of my findings.. no one source, lots of looking all over the net:
Search for "factory" on http://www.asu.edu/lib/archives/smedforeign.htm
"Chinese factory workers have spiritual faces--faces filled with suffering."
1930s Photographer: Agnes Smedley Agnes Smedley Collection
MSS-122 Vol. 39
There is literally a Wikipedia section called
List of power stations in China - Coal
Although the list of 52 is incomplete, it includes the fields that you are searching for
Total Capacity (MW)
Units and Status
Coordinates (latitude and longitude)
The bigger of the plants will have their own Wikipedia pages ...
It might be worth searching Europeana or the Digital Public Library of America. For DPLA particularly, keep your eye on the left-hand sidebar for lists of collections; you may find a stash you wouldn't otherwise have known existed.
This resource has a link to a bunch of online and off line databases for handwritten letters.
This offline database seems to be a big one, hosted in Japan by Electrotechnical Laboratory has 1.2 million samples from Chinese, Japanese and other languages.
Nakagawa Labs has another online database, but it's not openly available.
Here's a website which links to a project related to the Wall and a few resources in kmz format.
I haven't had a look at the actual data though.
There should also be a dataset here, according to ResearchGate.
The official stats page of China has a table with gender per political region, in Chinese, with the data you are looking for (source is Wikipedia Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China)
Additionally, the UN data portal has gender data for ...
They are hard to find them online but here is the list I suggest for you:
I suggest you to contact the Geography department at any universities in China. They may have them and they might have the most current postal code there.
It looks like China doesn't give out their geospatial data or ...
It turns out that you actually can get this data from Yahoo! Finance, but you just need to know the numeric representation of the Chinese ticker symbols of interest.
# A tibble: 141,040 x 8
symbol date open high low close volume adjusted
<chr> <date> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl> <dbl&...
You can use Overpass API to get data in GeoJSON format.
You can query using WikidataID parameter (Q12501)
Example on https://geoattractions.com/details/55971
Open street map has incomplete data of building footprints for Qingdao. There are many ways to download OSM data, including:
Do a quick but messy download of all OSM data in a given area from the map interface. (That link will take you to the area of Qingdao, but you'll want to adjust the bounding box before starting the download.
Or check out the OSM wiki ...
This question has answers on the GIS site - see here (although not specific to the 2010 border)
In particular, for the OSM answer, I've recently written two answers which may be relevant: osm 1, osm 2
Unfortunately, the oldest datasets seem to be from 2014-01-01 (source)
Your best bet for Europe is asking the EMA - European Medicines Agency, which is involved in regulating medical devices.
I am currently not aware of a public offering of the type of data you're requesting. Maybe someone can edit this answer.
Try checking the UCS Satellite database. They track over 1000 satellites orbiting the earth.