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  Hainan Island China - China Hainan Province
Hainan Island is China second largest island and offers a whole range of activities for you to participate in including wildlife reserves filled with exotic animals and birds or you may prefer a gentle stroll along the miles of unspoiled beaches, but, whatever you do it will be an experience to remember.
Hainan Island is situated on the south coast of china and is on the same latitude as Hawaii, perfect for a winter vacation with an average temperature of 16ºc to 24ºc during January and February.
The capital of Hainan island is the city of Haikou found to the north and is one of the most popular places on the island for holiday makers, as is the town of Sanya.
www.hainan-island-heaven.com   (272 words)

 Hainan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
To the West of Hainan is the Gulf of Tonkin.
The Nandu River in the northern part of the island is 314 km long, and its tributary, the Xinwu River, is 109 km long; the Changhua River in the west is 230 km long; and the Wanquan River in the east is 162 km long.
Hainan Island is often divided into eight regions for tourism purposes Hainan Island: Haikou and area (Haikou, Qiongshan, Ding'an); the Northeast (Wenchang); the Central East Coast (Qionghai, Ding'an); the South East Coast; the South (Sanya); the West Coast (Ledong, Dongfang, Changilang); the North West (Danzhou, Lingao, Chengmai); and the Central Highlands (Baisha, Qiongzhong, and Wuzhishan/Tongzha).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Hainan   (2729 words)

 AllRefer.com - Hainan, China (Chinese Political Geography) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The province, created in 1988, is coextensive with Hainan Island, which was designated a special economic zone in 1988 to spur the development of its considerable natural resources.
Hainan is rich in minerals, notably high-grade iron and tungsten, but also rich in titanium, manganese, salt, copper, bauxite, molybdenum, gold, silver, coal, cobalt, graphite, and crystal.
Hainan's rich offshore fishing grounds provide shrimps, scallops, tuna, and Spanish mackerel, and pearls are harvested in the shallow bays surrounding the island.
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 Beauty, the Land of China - Hainan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Being the center of southeast Asia on the west Pacific Rim, Hainan Island is the most convenient gate of Chinese communications with various southeast countries, and it is also the vital marine communication line of China to Southwest Asia, Africa, and Europe.
Sanya city is located at the southern end of Hainan Island and is an important part of China's foreign trade at the southern borders as well as the political, economic and cultural center in southern Hainan.
The East Hawkskill Turtle Island and the West Hawkskill Turtle Island always catches the eyes of tourists, and the Yulin Bay is at the east end of the park.
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 Wikinfo | Hainan
Hainan is a province of the People's Republic of China, located at the southernmost end of the country.
Hainan Island was called the Pearl Cliffs,the Jade Cliffs(qiong2 yai2), and the Qiong Prefecture, the latter two gave rise to the province's abbreviation, Qiong in Simplified Chinese).
Hainan was historically part of Guangdong Province, being as such, it was the Qionyai in 1912 (the establishment of the Republic of China).
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 The World of Hainan: Hainan's History (Directory)
The island at the time was largely inhabited by the Hlai, but during and after the Han dynasty significant ethnic Chinese settlement took place in the northwest (Lingao, Danzhou, etc.), an area which now speaks a language related to Zhuang but heavily influenced by Chinese.
The ancestors of the 'Hainanese', the island's currently dominant Chinese ethnic group, were fishermen from Fujian and Guangdong provinces who originally began settling around the coast in the north and northeast under the Song dynasty (dynasty dates: 960-1279).
Hainan often featured a classic colonial frontier situation in which settlers from the Mainland met fierce resistance from the unpacified Hlai, until these were defeated in a decisive battle in the 18th century, forcing them into the mountains.
www.hainan-world.com /dir/hainanhist.html   (1728 words)

 hainan island
Hainan Island, also known as Qiong, is the second largest island in China with an area of 34,000 square kilometers.
Hainan is the largest tropical treasure-house in China with exotic tropical virgin forests, rare animals and plants, varied tropical fruits and rich aquatic and underground mineral resources.
The island are a haven for birds, whose abundant droppings are collected for natural fertilizer.
members.tripod.com /crystaltour/hainanisland.htm   (359 words)

 Hainan Province China - China tourist & travel guide for Hainan Province, China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The main island is Hainan Island, which is the second largest island in China, and consist of Xisha, Nansha, Zhongsha and its sea areas.
Hainan Province was established in 1988, and thereafter had been designated as a special economic zone in China, and became one of the key economic cities and the youngest province in China.
In Hainan Province, the climate is warm all the year round with sunshine most of the times.
www.orientaltravel.com /province/Hainan.htm   (368 words)

 Terrestrial Ecoregions -- Hainan Island monsoon rain forests (IM0169)
This ecoregion is associated with the hotter and drier interior of the island where significant drought stress during the premonsoon affects the character of the forest.
Hainan has a moist monsoon tropical climate that brings rain with the northward movement of humid equatorial air during summer, and clear weather with the southward movement of cool dry air off the Asian continent during winter.
The island’s drought deciduous tropical monsoon forests are dominated by tree species that drop their leaves in the pre-monsoon, a phenological pattern that is common to the interior plains and low hills over much of Indochina.
worldwildlife.org /wildworld/profiles/terrestrial/im/im0169_full.html   (1435 words)

 Travel China Hainan Island
Hainan is the second largest of over 5000 islands off the coast of China, situated at the southern-most tip of the China mainland.
Hainan is a special place, a Jewel within China, a place I would highly recommend for that special get-a-way from the hustle and bustle of mainland China.
The International Tourist industry on the Island is a new industry, still very young, growing and developing, and it is for this reason that I suggest, if you wish to visit the island and have that truly unforgettable holiday…, book and arrange things with a trusted Travel agent or helper.
www.travel-the-real-china.com /travel-china-Hainan-island.html   (454 words)

 Hainan History | ema_02_package.xml
Hainan, an island province in the South China Sea off the coast of China's Guangdong Province, covers an area of 34,000 square kilometers.
The province's capital, Haikou (406,000, 1996), is situated on the north shore of Hainan, and there are several autonomous counties and townships mainly concentrated in the middle of the island and on the south coast.
Hainan was occupied by the Japanese from 1939 to 1945, and since 1950 the island has been part of the People's Republic of China.
www.bookrags.com /history/hainan-ema-02   (457 words)

 A06 Hainan
Hainan Province is the solely tropical island province of China, administrating Hainan main island, the islets and reefs of Xisha, Nansha, Zhongsha and their surrounding waters.
The east of the island is near to Hong Kong and Taiwan, and the Philippines is in southeast.
Hainan Island is the second largest island of China, taking up a land area of 34,000 square kilometers with a population of more than 7,600,000 in 1999.
www.hfcc.org /hainan.html   (1028 words)

 Hainan Island - China Travels, Adventure, Images, Photos, Maps, Travel Blog, Gear, Hotels, Hostels   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hainan Island is one of the visited tourist destinations in China.
Hainan Island, also known as Qiong'ai, is the second largest island in China with an area of 32,000 square kilometers.
Hainan Island is separated from the mainland by the Qiongzhou Strait.
www.hainan-island.com   (295 words)

 Hainan Island: The Pearl Cliffs
The island itself became a hotbed for communist activity when many communists were driven into exile after a crackdown in Shanghai in 1927.
The island was ravaged during World War II as the Communist and Li natives fought a brutal guerilla war against the Japanese, but fell under Nationalist rule after the war.
Hainan Island is a paradise in the most exact sense of the word.
www.about-vacations.com /asia/china/hainan-island.php   (1032 words)

 China Syndrome: You don't need a spy plane to see the beauty of Hainan Island
HAINAN ISLAND, China (PGA.com) -- Thirty years ago Hainan Island was a military staging area, a desolate, tropical holding pen for Chinese soldiers who were hanging around in the off chance that Ho Chi Mihn's little skirmish didn't go as planned.
To say that folks on the small island (last seen on the American radar when a U.S. spy plane spent a few days on a tarmac between the Sheraton and Ocean Bay Golf Club) have bought into China's emerging capitalistic system could be the biggest understatement of the last several years.
The island is a tad smaller than the Big Island of Hawaii, and you can travel from the northern to southern shores in a shade over two hours.
www.pga.com /news/features/otherfeatures/eubanks_china032904.cfm   (804 words)

 Hainan island travel guide
Situated in the southernmost of China, well-known for its “the end of sky and the rim of the sea?(Tianyahaijiao), Hainan Island, is the famous scenic spot in China for its golden beach, blue sea and the tropical climate.
The province is administratively divided into the Hainan, Nansha, Xisha, Zhongsha islands, etc. Also having 3 municipalities, 16 counties and the agencies of the Xisha, Nansha, Zhongsha islands.
Travellers to the island should make sure their health insurance is up to date as medical expenses can be very expensive.
www.world66.com /asia/northeastasia/china/hainanisland   (247 words)

 Illuminating China's Provinces,Municipalities & Autonomous Regions-china.org.cn   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hainan Province lies at the southernmost tip of China, facing Guangdong Province in the north across the Qiongzhou Strait; the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in the west across the Beibu Gulf (Gulf of Tonkin), and Taiwan Province in the east across the South China Sea.
Encompassing Hainan Island, Xisha Archipelago, Zhongsha Archipelago and Nansha Archipelago as well as their dependent waters, Hainan Province covers a land area of 35,000 square kilometers and a sea area of approximately 2 million square kilometers.
Hainan Island is China's second largest island after Taiwan, with an area of 33,900 square kilometers (not including its satellite islets).
www.china.org.cn /english/features/43578.htm   (133 words)

Then there's the corporate doctor who turned Hainan's biggest State-owned company from a 10 million yuan loss-maker in 1985 to a 1.2 billion yuan earner this year, and - Lee Iacocca style - is about to publish a book on his success.
Hainan was the creation of Mr Zhao Zhiyang, the reformist former premier toppled by pro-massacre party hardliners during the 1989 Tiananmen crisis.
Although Hainan lacks an official stockmarket, provincial officials quote statistics that the island was China's third-most voracious stock trader in volume terms for last year.
www.ericellis.com /chinahainan.htm   (909 words)

 The World of Hainan: Nature and Ecology Directory
Hainan traditional culture: pages (with photos) on the hunting, cultivation, fishing, and housing cultures of Hainan.
Desertification and Re-Afforestation of the Coastal Land in Changjiang County, Hainan Island A brief article on technical aspects of reclaiming spreading sand dunes in Western Hainan.
Seacology Island Projects Protection of the highly endangered Hainan Gibbon in exchange for scholarships for the children of four villages.
www.hainan-world.com /dir/hainannature.html   (1064 words)

 Hainan Island
Major camp was Hasho, [Basuo] on the west coast of the island.
Hainan is off the south coast of China.
Ambon Island - Story of the atrocities committed on Ambon and Sado Islands by the Japanese in a post-war interview.
www.mansell.com /pow_resources/hainan.html   (560 words)

 Hainan Province   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hainan Province, called "Qiong" for short, is situated in the southernmost of China.
The island, rising from the vast South China Sea, has a total population of 6,150,800 and a population density of 181 people per square kilometre (1987 figures).
In terms of maritime space Hainan Province plays an important part in the national defence and economy--because of its strategic location it not only controls coastal communications in South China but also stands at the key junction between Guangdong Province and Guangxi Province and is a strategic passage for the entire South.
www.gznet.edu.cn /WWW/scn/hainan/e_hn.html   (429 words)

 Hainan Travel Guide: Hainan Tour, Map, Hotel, Tips, Hainan China   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hainan is located at south end of China, and occupies an area of 35,000 square kilometers (13,510 square miles).
Located in northern part of the island, it is the political, economic, cultural and transportation center of the whole province.
Hainan is an ideal place for you to be away from the cold winter.
www.travelchinaguide.com /cityguides/hainan   (589 words)

The island of Hainan has approximately the same geographical area as Taiwan and lies at the same latitude as Hawaii.
The word "Hainan" means "South of the Sea," but the Chinese likewise call their far southern possession "The Tail of the Dragon"; a wild place at the end of the Chinese world that at one time or another was considered more remote and mysterious than Tibet or Mongolia.
Today, contemporary Hainan is no longer the remote and mysterious wilderness situated at "The Tail of the Dragon." Traditional tattoos are now only worn on the bodies of a few elderly women in a handful of villages.
www.vanishingtattoo.com /hainan_island_tattoos.htm   (1389 words)

 Hainan Island
Hainan first became part of China in "Spring and Autumn" Period at 200 B.C. It has been referred to as a "treasure island".
Hainan was known as the "tropical Siberia", because it has been a place of exile since the Tang dynasty.
Situated at the southern tip of Hainan Island, about 20km west of Sanya City, Tianya haijiou is actually a section of seacoast on the South China Sea.
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 Wu Qi, Hainan Island Shifts to Green Path
Hainan officials say it signals a major policy shift from a focus on real estate and finance to the environment.
When Hainan became an SEZ in the late 1980s, real estate developers made a beeline for it, The sector spun out of control from island authorities in just a few years, and soon, buildings were being built haphazardly on once virgin land.
Hainan's honesty in admitting its mistakes seems to have impressed organisations such as the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and the Japanese business sector—all of which are said to be supportive of the island's policy shift.
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 Hainan travel guide - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Hainan (海南) is an island province at the southernmost part of China, just across the Gulf of Tonkin from Vietnam.
At one point, Hainan was considered a backwater and used as a place of exile for failed officials.
The hilly center of the island is home to various ethnic minorities, with many involved in the tourist industry.
wikitravel.org /en/Hainan   (291 words)

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