Provinces of China: Hebei - the Province surrounding Beijing and Tianjin municipalities

Chinese provinces

General informationArea: 190,000 square kmPopulation: 67.44 million (2006)Capital City: ShijiazhuangNationalities: Han, Hui, Manchu, Mongolian, and Korean.GDP : CNY1,161,370,000(2007)Average...

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Provinces of China: Hainan - China's southernmost island province in South China Sea

Provinces of China: Hainan - China's southernmost island province in South China Sea

Hainan Province 海南 is the smallest and southernmost province of China. Hainan Island is also the second largest island of China after Taiwan. Places of interest include Haikou City and Sanya City which has the most attrative beaches of China. Read More

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Provinces of China: Guizhou - Manufacturing place of Maotai, the most famous Chinese liquor

Provinces of China: Guizhou - Manufacturing place of Maotai, the most famous Chinese liquor

Guizhou province (Chinese:贵州) is situated in southwest China. Guizhou is one of the poorest provinces of China. Guizhou is more famous for its liquor brand - Maotai. Places of interest include Huangguoshu Falls, Hongfeng Lake, etc. Read More

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Provinces of China: Guangdong - the most prosperous province of China

Provinces of China: Guangdong - the most prosperous province of China

Guangdong Province 广东省 is situated in South China. The provincial capital Guangzhou and economic hub Shenzhen are amongst the most populous and important cities in China.Places of Interests include Baiyun Hill, Mount Danxia, etc. Read More

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Provinces of China: Gansu - Silk Road post house

Provinces of China: Gansu - Silk Road post house

Gansu province 甘肃 is located in the northwest China. Places of Interests include Silk Road, Dunhuang City, Lanzhou, Jiayuguan Pass, Mogao Grottoes, Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center, etc. Gansu is the important post house of the historic Silk Road. Read More

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Chinese provinces: Fujian - the nearest province to Taiwan

Chinese provinces: Fujian - the nearest province to Taiwan

Fujian province 福建 is located in south east China. Fujian is separated from Taiwan by the 180-km-wide Taiwan Strait.Tourist Attractions of Fujian include Wuyi Mountains, Fujian Tulou, Gulangyu Island in Xiamen, etc. Read More

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Municipalities of China: Shanghai - the most populous and prosperous city of China

Municipalities of China: Shanghai - the most populous and prosperous city of China

Shanghai Municipality 上海, located at the mouth of Yangtze River Delta in East China, is the most populous and prosperous city and financial hub of China. Tourist attractions of Shanghai include Pudong New Area, the Huangpu River, Shanghai Bund, Yuyuan Garden, etc. Read More

China Territory | Nov 6, 2010 AM | Related China Facts:Municipalities of China

Municipalities of China: Chongqing - the Fog Capital and having the most spicy cuisine of China

Municipalities of China: Chongqing - the Fog Capital and having the most spicy cuisine of China

Chongqing municipality 重庆, located in southwest China, is the largest municipality of China. Places of Interests include the Dazu Rock Carvings, Ciqikou Ancient Town, etc. Chongqing is known for its fog and is nicknamed the Fog Capital. Read More

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Chinese Municipalities:Tianjin - the doorway to Beijing and the largest port city in North China

Chinese Municipalities:Tianjin - the doorway to Beijing and the largest port city in North China

Tianjin Municipality 天津 is located in North China. Tianjin is the doorway to Beijing and the largest port city in North China. Places of interests include the Dagu Fort, Wanghailou Church, Temple of Great Compassion, etc. Read More

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Municipalities of China: Beijing - Capital of China

Municipalities of China: Beijing - Capital of China

Beijing 北京 is located in North China. Beijing is the capital of China and the second largest metropolis city after Shanghai. Places of interests include the Great Wall, Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, the Summer Palace, the Temple of Heaven, the Ming Tombs, etc. Read More

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Provinces of China: Anhui - Famous for its beautiful mountains and rivers

Provinces of China: Anhui - Famous for its beautiful mountains and rivers

Anhui province 安徽 is located in East China across the basins of the Yangtze River and the Huaihe River. Tourist attractions of Anhui include Huang Shan Moutain, Jiuhua Shan Moutain, etc. Read More

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List of Chinese provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities and SARs

List of Chinese provinces, autonomous regions, municipalities and SARs

PR China is divided into 34 provincial level sub divisions, among which there are 23 Chinese provinces, 5 autonomous regions, 4 municipalities and 2 special administrative regions (SARs). Geographically China is divided to 7 regions: South China, Southwest China, East China, North China, Northwest China, Northeast China, Central China. Read More

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Top 10 Rivers of China

Top 10 Rivers of China

With more than 50,000 rivers, China abounds in rivers. The top ten rivers of China are: Yangtze, Yellow River, Heilongjiang, Songhuajiang, Zhujiang, Brahmaputra, Lancang, Nujiang, Hanjiang, Liaohe river. Read More

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Principal rivers and drainage of China

Principal rivers and drainage of China

China has 50,000 rivers totaling some 420,000 kilometers in length and each having a catchment area of more than 100 square kilometers. The Yangzi has a catchment area of 1.8 million square kilometers and is the third longest river in the world after the Amazon and the Nile. Read More

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Climate of China

Climate of China

Most of the country is in the northern temperate zone. There are complex climatic patterns ranging from the cold-temperate north to the tropical south. Monsoon winds, caused by differences in the heat-absorbing capacity of the continent and the ocean, dominate the climate of China. Read More

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Topography of China

Topography of China

With highlands in the west and plains in the east, China has a varied topography. China can be divided into three tiers. The Qinghai-Tibet Plateau that rises more than 4000m above sea-level forms the highest tier. Mountainous land and very rough terrains make up two-thirds of Chinese territory. Read More

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Geography of China

Geography of China

The People's Republic of China is one of the world's largest countries in total area behind Russia and Canada, and very similar to the United States. China stretches some 5,026 kilometres (3,123 mi) across the East Asian landmass. Read More

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