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pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/asia:1: - # @(#)asia 8.44 + # @(#)asia 8.50   # This file is in the public domain, so clarified as of   # 2009-05-17 by Arthur David Olson.      # This data is by no means authoritative; if you think you know better,   # go ahead and edit the file (and please send any changes to   # tz@elsie.nci.nih.gov for general use in the future).      # From Paul Eggert (2006-03-22):   #   # A good source for time zone historical data outside the U.S. is
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/asia:189:   # IANS (Indo-Asian News Service) now reports:   # Bangladesh has decided that the clock advanced by an hour to make   # maximum use of daylight hours as an energy saving measure would   # "continue for an indefinite period."   #   # One of many places where it is published:   # <a href="http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/business/bangladesh-to-continue-indefinitely-with-advanced-time_100259987.html">   # http://www.thaindian.com/newsportal/business/bangladesh-to-continue-indefinitely-with-advanced-time_100259987.html   # </a>    + # From Alexander Krivenyshev (2009-12-24): + # According to Bangladesh newspaper "The Daily Star," + # Bangladesh will change its clock back to Standard Time on Dec 31, 2009. + # + # Clock goes back 1-hr on Dec 31 night. + # <a href="http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=119228"> + # http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesign/news-details.php?nid=119228 + # </a> + # and + # <a href="http://www.worldtimezone.com/dst_news/dst_news_bangladesh05.html"> + # http://www.worldtimezone.com/dst_news/dst_news_bangladesh05.html + # </a> + # + # "...The government yesterday decided to put the clock back by one hour + # on December 31 midnight and the new time will continue until March 31, + # 2010 midnight. The decision came at a cabinet meeting at the Prime + # Minister's Office last night..." +  + # From Danvin Ruangchan (2009-12-24): + # ...the news mentions DST will be turned off again 7 months after March + # 31st on Oct 31, 2010. +  + # From Arthur David Olson (2009-12-26): + # Indeed, "The government will advance again the Banglasdesh Standard + # Time by one one hour on March 31 next year by enforcing the Daylight + # Saving Time (DST) for seven months. It will continue till October 31 + # until further notice." I take that last sentence as the + # establishment of a rule. +  + # Rule NAME FROM TO TYPE IN ON AT SAVE LETTER/S + Rule Dhaka 2009 only - Jun 29 23:00 1 S + Rule Dhaka 2010 only - Jan 1 0:00 - - + Rule Dhaka 2010 max - Mar 31 23:00 1 S + Rule Dhaka 2010 max - Nov 1 0:00 - - +    # Zone NAME GMTOFF RULES FORMAT [UNTIL]   Zone Asia/Dhaka 6:01:40 - LMT 1890    5:53:20 - HMT 1941 Oct # Howrah Mean Time?    6:30 - BURT 1942 May 15 # Burma Time    5:30 - IST 1942 Sep    6:30 - BURT 1951 Sep 30    6:00 - DACT 1971 Mar 26 # Dacca Time -  6:00 - BDT 2009 Jun 19 23:00 # Bangladesh Time -  6:00 1:00 BDST +  6:00 - BDT 2009 +  6:00 Dhaka BD%sT      # Bhutan   # Zone NAME GMTOFF RULES FORMAT [UNTIL]   Zone Asia/Thimphu 5:58:36 - LMT 1947 Aug 15 # or Thimbu    5:30 - IST 1987 Oct    6:00 - BTT # Bhutan Time      # British Indian Ocean Territory   # Whitman and the 1995 CIA time zone map say 5:00, but the   # 1997 and later maps say 6:00. Assume the switch occurred in 1996.
pike.git/lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/tzdata/asia:356:   # Shihezi, Changji, Yanqi, Heshuo, Tuokexun, Tulufan, Shanshan, Hami,   # Fukang, Kuitun, Kumukuli, Miquan, Qitai, and Turfan.   Zone Asia/Urumqi 5:50:20 - LMT 1928 # or Urumchi    6:00 - URUT 1980 May # Urumqi Time    8:00 PRC C%sT   # Kunlun Time   # West Tibet, including Pulan, Aheqi, Shufu, Shule;   # West Xinjiang, including Aksu, Atushi, Yining, Hetian, Cele, Luopu, Nileke,   # Zhaosu, Tekesi, Gongliu, Chabuchaer, Huocheng, Bole, Pishan, Suiding,   # and Yarkand. +  + # From Luther Ma (2009-10-17): + # Almost all (>99.9%) ethnic Chinese (properly ethnic Han) living in + # Xinjiang use Chinese Standard Time. Some are aware of Xinjiang time, + # but have no need of it. All planes, trains, and schools function on + # what is called "Beijing time." When Han make an appointment in Chinese + # they implicitly use Beijing time. + # + # On the other hand, ethnic Uyghurs, who make up about half the + # population of Xinjiang, typically use "Xinjiang time" which is two + # hours behind Beijing time, or UTC +0600. The government of the Xinjiang + # Uyghur Autonomous Region, (XAUR, or just Xinjiang for short) as well as + # local governments such as the Urumqi city government use both times in + # publications, referring to what is popularly called Xinjiang time as + # "Urumqi time." When Uyghurs make an appointment in the Uyghur language + # they almost invariably use Xinjiang time. + # + # (Their ethnic Han compatriots would typically have no clue of its + # widespread use, however, because so extremely few of them are fluent in + # Uyghur, comparable to the number of Anglo-Americans fluent in Navajo.) + # + # (...As with the rest of China there was a brief interval ending in 1990 + # or 1991 when summer time was in use. The confusion was severe, with + # the province not having dual times but four times in use at the same + # time. Some areas remained on standard Xinjiang time or Beijing time and + # others moving their clocks ahead.) + # + # ...an example of an official website using of Urumqi time. + # + # The first few lines of the Google translation of + # <a href="http://www.fjysgl.gov.cn/show.aspx?id=2379&cid=39"> + # http://www.fjysgl.gov.cn/show.aspx?id=2379&cid=39 + # </a> + # (retrieved 2009-10-13) + # > Urumqi fire seven people are missing the alleged losses of at least + # > 500 million yuan + # > + # > (Reporter Dong Liu) the day before 20:20 or so (Urumqi Time 18:20), + # > Urumqi City Department of International Plaza Luther Qiantang River + # > burst fire. As of yesterday, 18:30, Urumqi City Fire officers and men + # > have worked continuously for 22 hours... +  + # From Luther Ma (2009-11-19): + # With the risk of being redundant to previous answers these are the most common + # English "transliterations" (w/o using non-English symbols): + # + # 1. Wulumuqi... + # 2. Kashi... + # 3. Urumqi... + # 4. Kashgar... + # ... + # 5. It seems that Uyghurs in Urumqi has been using Xinjiang since at least the + # 1960's. I know of one Han, now over 50, who grew up in the surrounding + # countryside and used Xinjiang time as a child. + # + # 6. Likewise for Kashgar and the rest of south Xinjiang I don't know of any + # start date for Xinjiang time. + # + # Without having access to local historical records, nor the ability to legally + # publish them, I would go with October 1, 1949, when Xinjiang became the Uyghur + # Autonomous Region under the PRC. (Before that Uyghurs, of course, would also + # not be using Beijing time, but some local time.) +    Zone Asia/Kashgar 5:03:56 - LMT 1928 # or Kashi or Kaxgar    5:30 - KAST 1940 # Kashgar Time    5:00 - KAST 1980 May    8:00 PRC C%sT         # From Lee Yiu Chung (2009-10-24): - # I found there are some mistakes for the historial DST rule for Hong - # Kong. Accoring to the DST record from Hong Kong Observatory (actually, + # I found there are some mistakes for the...DST rule for Hong + # Kong. [According] to the DST record from Hong Kong Observatory (actually,   # it is not [an] observatory, but the official meteorological agency of HK,   # and also serves as the official timing agency), there are some missing   # and incorrect rules. Although the exact switch over time is missing, I   # think 3:30 is correct. The official DST record for Hong Kong can be   # obtained from   # <a href="http://www.hko.gov.hk/gts/time/Summertime.htm">   # http://www.hko.gov.hk/gts/time/Summertime.htm   # </a>.      # From Arthur David Olson (2009-10-28):