Apan is a city and one of the 84 municipalities of Hidalgo, in central-eastern Mexico. The municipality covers an area of 346.9 km².
Apan is a municipality of the state of Hidalgo, Mexico.
Apan or APAN may also refer to:
- The Ape (2009 film), Swedish film (original title Apan)
- 159215 Apan, an asteroid
- APAN Star Awards, an awards ceremony for excellence in television in South Korea
- Asia Pacific Adaptation Network, climate research organisation based in Thailand
- All Partners Access Network (formerly Asia Pacific Area Network), United States government website used for information sharing for humanitarian aid, disaster management, and security control
Usage examples of "apan".
The Japanese administrators in the Philippines, the Chinese delegates in India, the Indian nationalists in Berlin, are all obliged to do their business in English.
We live in a lunatic world in which opposites are constantly changing into one another, in which pacifists find themselves worshipping Hitler, Socialists become nationalists, patriots become quislings, Buddhists pray for the success of the Japanese army, and the Stock Market takes an upward turn when the Russians stage an offensive.
A recent directive tells us that when one of his speeches contains both anti-British and anti-Japanese passages, we had better ignore it altogether.
The Italian radio has claimed at least once that Bose is in Japanese territory.
The two questions hardest to answer are: if Bose is in Japanese territory, why this elaborate effort to make it appear that he is in Berlin, where he is comparatively ineffectual?
Briefly -- affairs are much worse in India than anyone here is allowed to realize, the situation is in fact retrievable but won't be retrieved because the Government is determined to make no real concessions, hell will break loose when and if there is a Japanese invasion, and our broadcasts are utterly useless because nobody listens to them.
The "realism" which is preached in Japanese and Italian newspapers would horrify them.
Had any Labour government come into office with a clear majority and then proceeded to grant India anything that could truly be called independence, India would simply have been absorbed by Japan, or divided between Japan and Russia.
Another was to set the subject peoples "free", which meant in practice handing them over to Japan, Italy and other predatory powers, and incidentally causing a catastrophic drop in the British standard of living.
Any transference to foreign rule -- for if the British marched out of India the Japanese and other powers would immediately march in -- would mean an immense dislocation.
Neither the Japanese, the Russians, the Germans nor the Italians would be capable of administering India even at the low level of efficiency that is attained by the British.
That is why pacifist movements are always found in maritime countries (there is even I believe a fairly considerable pacifist movement in Japan).
Fifteen years ago such a war would have been impossible for any country except perhaps Japan, because the common soldiers could not have been trusted to use their weapons against the Socialist Fatherland.
People are saying now that the Russians are fighting and the Americans are talking, and the saying that was current last year, "sympathy to China, oil to Japan", begins to be repeated.
The Italians are generally called Eye-ties, which is less offensive than Wops, and there is no popular feeling against them whatever, nor against the Japanese as yet.