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  List of administrative divisions of Hunan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The administrative divisions of Hunan, a province of the People's Republic of China, consists of prefecture-level divisions subdivided into county-level divisions then subdivided into township-level divisions.
All of these administrative divisions are explained in greater detail at Political divisions of China.
This chart lists only prefecture-level and county-level divisions of Hunan.
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 Hunan - The real meaning from Timesharetalk wikipedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Hunan borders Hubei in the north, Jiangxi to the east, Guangdong to the south, Guangxi to the southwest, Guizhou to the west, and Chongqing to the northwest.
The 14 prefecture-level divisions of Hunan are subdivided into 122 county-level divisions (34 districts, 16 county-level cities, 65 counties, 7 autonomous counties).
As of the 2000 census, the population of Hunan is 64,400,700 consisting of 41 ethnic groups.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Hunan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Hunan (湖南 Pinyin: Hú'nán) is a province of China, located in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River and south of the Dongting Lake (hence the name Hunan, meaning "south of the lake").
Hunan had 250,000 old people above the age of 80 in 1982 and 375,400 in 1990; 89 people lived to be above the age of 100 in 1982, 186 people in 1990 and the age of death became higher and higher.
Hunan ranked in seventh place in the total population of all provinces and autonomous regions in China and it took the same place with regard to the aged population.
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 Hunan Encyclopedia Article @ ChinaPowerhouse.com (China Powerhouse)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Hunan borders Glossaries in the north, Qing dynasty to the east, 13th to the south, Yangtze River to the southwest, Hengyang to the west, and edit to the northwest.
Hunan Province is located on the south bank at mid-stream of the Yangtze River (Changjiang, 长江), it is 1000 km away from Hunan, 1200 km away from Lake Dongting, and 500 km away from county-level cities.
Heilongjiang, the population of Hunan is 64,400,700 consisting of 41 Liaoning.
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 Political Divisions of China Encyclopedia Article @ Genuinely.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Special administrative regions (特別行政區/特别行政区 tèbiéxíngzhèngqū) (SARs) are local administrative regions enjoying a high degree of autonomy under the One country, two systems arrangement, and come directly under the Central People's Government, as provided in the articles 12 of both basic laws of the two SARs.
As opposed to other provincial-level administrative divisions (provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions), SARs reserve a much higher level of autonomy, with their own courts of last resort, legal systems, passports, currencies, customs control, immigration policies, extradition, etc., except diplomatic relations and national defence.
The ultimate goal is to reduce the different administration levels from five to three, (Provincial, County, Village) reducing the amount of corruption that goes on in between and reducing the number of government workers to reduce budget.
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Hunan borders Hubei in the north, Jiangxi to the east, Guangdong to the south,
Hunan became an important communications center from its position on the Yangzi River and on the Imperial Highway constructed between northern and southern China.
Yuanjiang and the Lishui Rivers converge on the Yangtze River at Lake Dongting in the north of Hunan.
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 Provinces of China
The most recent administrative changes have included the elevation of Chongqing and Hainan to provincial level status and the organization of Hong Kong and Macao as special administrative regions.
For the capitals, please refer to the list of capitals of subnational entities.
List of China administrative regions by population density
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 hunan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Hunan, the name of the province, was given to it because most of the province is...
The neighboring provinces of Hunan are Sichuan, Guizhou, Guangxi,...
Hunan Province is located in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, with the...
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 Political Divisions of China Encyclopedia Article @ CNAutomobiles.com (CN Automobiles)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
second-level or prefecture-level divisions that are not prefecture-level cities.
administrative village (行政村 xíngzhèngcūn), which is a bureaucratic entity.
Greater administrative areas were inserted on top of provinces, but they were soon abolished, in
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 Henan - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Henan is divided into 17 prefecture-level divisions, all of them prefecture-level cities, as well as 1 directly administered county-level city.
The 17 prefecture-level divisions and 1 directly administered county-level city of Henan are subdivided into 159 county-level divisions (50 districts, 21 county-level cities, and 88 counties; Jiyuan is counted as a county-level city here).
Those are in turn divided into 2440 township-level divisions (866 towns, 1234 townships, 12 ethnic townships, and 328 subdistricts).
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 directopedia : Directory : Regional : Asia : China : Hunan
Hunan (Chinese: 湖南; Hanyu Pinyin: Húnán) is a province of China, located in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River and south of Lake Dongting (hence the name Hunan, meaning "south of the lake").
Hunan was relatively quiet until 1910 when there were uprisings against the crumbling Qing dynasty, which were followed by the Communist's Autumn Harvest Uprising of 1927 led by Hunanese native Mao Zedong.
After the departure of the Communists, the KMT army fought against the Japanese in the second Sino-Japanese war, defending the capital Changsha until it fell in 1944, when Japan launched Operation Ichigo to control the railroad from Wuchang to Guangzhou (Guanghan Railway).
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 Political Divisions of China Encyclopedia Article @ CNVehicles.com (CN Vehicles)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Kaohsiung were elevated to the status of centrally administered municipalities after the retreat of the
cities" in the traditional sense of the word, since they are actually large administrative regions that cover both urban and rural areas.
district public offices is an ongoing reform to remove an extra level of administration from between the county and township levels.
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 Political divisions of China - China-related Topics PM-PP - China-Related Topics
List of administrative divisions of Inner MongoliaList of county-level divisions
Special administrative regions (特別行政區/特别行政区 t?bi?x?ngzh?ngqū) (SARs) are local administrative regions enjoying a high degree of autonomy under the One country, two systems arrangement, and come directly under the Central People's Government, as provided in the articles 12 of both Basic Law of Hong Kongbasic laws of the two SARs.
As opposed to other provincial-level administrative divisions (provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions), SARs reserve a much higher level of autonomy, with their own Court of Final Appealcourts of last resort, legal systems, passports, currencycurrencies, customs control, immigration policies, extradition, etc., except diplomacydiplomatic relations and national defensenational defence.
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 cars - Hubei
Hubei borders Henan to the north, Anhui to the east, Jiangxi to the southeast, Hunan to the south, Chongqing to the west, and Shaanxi to the northwest.
Hubei is divided into 13 prefecture-level divisions (of which there are 12 prefecture-level cities and 1 autonomous prefecture), as well as 3 directly administered county-level cities and 1 directly administered county-level forestry area.
The 13 prefecture-level divisions and 4 directly administered county-level divisions of Hubei are subdivided into 102 county-level divisions (38 districts, 24 county-level cities, 37 counties, 2 autonomous counties, 1 forestry area; the directly administered county-level divisions are included here).
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 Jiangsu Encyclopedia Article @ CNDomainList.com (CN Domain List)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The 13 prefecture-level divisions of Jiangsu are subdivided into 106 county-level divisions (54 districts, 27 county-level cities, and 25 counties).
Those are in turn divided into 1488 township-level divisions (1078 towns, 122 townships, 1 ethnic township, and 287 subdistricts).
See List of administrative divisions of Jiangsu for a complete list of county-level divisions.
www.cndomainlist.com /encyclopedia/Jiangsu   (3044 words)

  
 Anhui - Free net encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
During the division of China between the Jin Dynasty in the north and the Southern Song Dynasty in the south, Anhui was once again bisected, this time along the Huai He River.
The 17 prefecture-level divisions of Anhui are subdivided into 105 county-level divisions (44 districts, 5 county-level cities, and 56 counties).
Those are in turn divided into 1845 township-level divisions (972 towns, 634 townships, 9 ethnic townships, and 230 subdistricts).
www.netipedia.com /index.php/Anhui   (1527 words)

  
 China History Forum, chinese history forum > Political Divisions of China : Province and Cities
As of December 31, 2004, there are 2862 county-level (县级 xiànjí) divisions, including 852 districts, 374 cities, 1464 counties, 117 autonomous counties, 49 banners, 3 autonomous banners, 2 special regions and 1 forestry area in mainland China.
County-level cities (县级市; xiànjíshì) are, like prefecture-level cities, not "cities" in the traditional sense of the word, since they are actually large administrative regions that cover both urban and rural areas.
This table summarizes the divisions of the area administered by the People's Republic of China.
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 China Provinces
In the main table of divisions, I list the Pinyin and conventional transcriptions of province names, and the Pinyin form of capitals.
The list of other names of subdivisions attempts to communicate a feel for the kind of variations that occur.
China's government uses adjustments to administrative divisions as a policy tool, and approximately 1% of the county-level units are changed each year.
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 People's Republic of China
The Republic of China, based in Taiwan, still officially claims to be a legal Chinese government and is recognised by some countries around the world.
Apart from provinces there are 5 autonomous regions (自治区) containing concentrations of several minorities; 4 municipalities (直辖市) for China's largest cities and 2 special administrative regions (SAR) (特别行政区).
The following are a list of administrative divisions of areas under control of the People's Republic.
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 Province of China - China Information - China
Provinces form part of the first level in the administrative structure of the People's Republic of China.
Theoretically, provinces are also the first level division of the Republic of China on Taiwan, though this role has been greatly diminished.
"Province" is also a translation of zhou (political division)zhou, a division of the Han Dynasty, as well as circuit (political division)circuits, a division of the Tang Dynasty and Song Dynasty.
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 Hunan News @ CNPropertySales.com (CN Property Sales)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
House of Hunan owners Ming and Jessie Guo plan to rebuild their restaurant, which was destroyed by fire Nov. 7 on US 6 at the west end of Peru.
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Hunan Nonferrous Metals (2626) is considering buying China's number two tin producer, Liuzhou China Tin Group, as well as Nandan mining property in Guangxi...
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 Political Map of China, China's Administrative Divisions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
An administrative region where the minority (Chinese Han) is the majority in the local government and congress.
Special Administrative Region which pursues the policy of "One Country Two Systems".
Provinces (Sheng): 安徽 Anhui, 福建 Fujian, 甘肃 Gansu, 广东 Guangdong, 贵州 Guizhou, 海南 Hainan, 河北 Hebei, 河南 Henan, 黑龙江 Heilongjiang, 湖北 Hubei, 湖南 Hunan, 吉林 Jilin, 江苏 Jiangsu, 江西 Jiangxi, 辽宁 Liaoning, 青海 Qinghai, 山东 Shandong, 山西 Shangxi, 陕西 Shaangxi, 四川 Sichuan, 云南 Yunnan, 浙江 Zhejiang
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The mayors of administrative centers, especially if popularly elected, and the heads of major enterprises, particularly if they provide the bulk of funds to the regional budget, often act as effective counterweights to governors or presidents.
Their current prominence is something of a fluke, the result of the electoral law and radical divisions among their opponents that translated a 22% plurality in the party-list voting and a slightly higher rate of success in the single-mandate districts into control of over one-third of the Duma deputies.
The baleful landscapes of late capitalism, with its inhuman logics and exterminist teleologies, obscure the necessity and inevitability of historical convulsions whose causes and stimuli are rooted in the history we have lived through, a history which is determinate, entailed by historical processes of great depth and of very long duration.
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 People's Republic of China - Questionz.net , answers to all your questions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Political divisions Mainland China has 22 provinces, though the government of the People's Republic of China considers Taiwan to be its 23rd province.
The following are a list of administrative divisions of areas under control of the People's Republic of China.
In the east, along the shores of the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea are found extensive and densely populated alluvial plains; the shore of the South China Sea is more mountainous and southern China is dominated by hill country and lower mountain ranges.
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 Shandong Encyclopedia Article @ CNDomainList.com (CN Domain List)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
List of administrative divisions of Shandong for a complete list of
Qingdao, beach resort city on the south of the peninsula famous for its
Qingzhou, an ancient trading and administrative center with some famous archaeological discoveries.
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 ipedia.com: People's Republic of China Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
While ensuring China's sovereignty, Mao's administration imposed strict controls over everyday life and cost the lives of tens of millions of people through disastrous policies such as the Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution.
The PRC, despite possession of advanced nuclear weapons and delivery systems, is widely seen both inside of China and on the outside as having only limited ability to project military power beyond its borders and is not generally considered to be superpower although it is widely seen as a major regional power.
The People's Republic of China has administrative control over 22 provinces (省;); the government of the People's Republic of China considers Taiwan (台湾) to be its 23rd province.
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