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  • Jilin

    Jilin province, covering 187,400 square kilometers, is home to 27 million people of multiple ethnic group, with its

  • Liaoning

    Lying in the southern part of Northeast China and within Northeast Aisa’s Bohai-Rim Economic Circle, Liaoning

  • Ningxia

    The Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, often referred to as “Ning”, is located at the middle and upper reaches of the Yellow River

  • Qinghai

    Qinghai Province, called Qing for short, was named after Qinghai Lake, the largest inland salt water lake in china. Qinghai is

  • Shaanxi

    Shaanxi province on mainland China is one of the major cradles of the Chinese civilization. Historically, 13 regimes built their seats

  • Shandong

    Shandong Province, known as Lu for short, is o nthe lower reaches of the Yellow River, and faces the Bohai Sea and Yellow Sea in the east.

  • Shanghai

    Shanghai is called “hu” or “shen” for short. Located at the outlet where the Yangtze River empties into the sea, Shanghai is the gate

  • Shanxi

    The province of Shanxi, situated on the Loess Plateau in the middle reaches of the Yellow River in northern China

  • Sichuan

    Sichuan, called Bashu in ancient China, is located in the southwestern hinterland of China stretching across the eastern

  • Taiwan

    Taiwan lies like a spindle in the southeast of Asia. Geographically separate from Mainland China, the island is also known as Typhoon

  • Tianjin

    Tianjin, called “Jin” in short, lies in the northeast of the North China Plain, It is 120 km norwest of Beijing and borders the

  • Yunnan

    Yunnan, or Dian for short, is located in southwest China, covering an area of more than 380,000 square meters with average altitude

  • Zhejiang

    The east coastal Zhejiang Province is named after its largest river, the Qiantang River (it was known as the Zhejiang River in ancient