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  Inner_Mongolia
Inner Mongolia borders, from east to west, the provinces of Heilongjiang, Jilin, Liaoning, Hebei, Shanxi, Shaanxi, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, and Gansu, while to the north it borders Mongolia and Russia.
Inner Mongolia is distinct from Outer Mongolia, which was a term used by the Republic of China and previous governments to refer to what is now the independent state of Mongolia plus the Republic of Tuva in Russia.
Eastern Inner Mongolia is dominated by the Greater Khingan Mountains, while the easternmost parts of Inner Mongolia dips down onto the plains of Manchuria.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/i/in/inner_mongolia.html   (2925 words)

  
 China - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
As the PRC now governs Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang, and Tibet, and the ROC now governs Taiwan (also claimed by the PRC), these regions are also often included as a part of "Zhongguo", though acceptance or denial of such claims remains politically controversial, especially where Zhongguo means PRC.
During the period of division after the fall of the Han Dynasty, the term Zhongguo was subjected to transformation as a result of the surge of nomadic peoples from the northern frontier.
The term "China" can narrowly mean China proper, or, often, China proper and Manchuria, Inner Mongolia, Tibet, and Xinjiang, a combination essentially coterminous with the 20th and 21st century political entity China; the boundaries between these regions do not necessarily follow provincial boundaries.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/c/h/i/China.html   (5334 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Hong Kong Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-10)
Pursuant to an agreement signed by the PRC and the UK on December 19, 1984, the Sino-British Joint Declaration, the whole territory of Hong Kong under British colonial rule became the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the PRC on July 1, 1997.
In the Joint Declaration, the PRC promised that, under the "One Country, Two Systems" policy proposed by Deng Xiaoping, China's socialist economic system would not be practised in Hong Kong and that Hong Kong would enjoy a high degree of autonomy in all matters, except foreign affairs and defence, for 50 years, until 2047.
Hong Kong is by population the fourth largest metropolitan area of the PRC (see List of cities in China).
www.ipedia.com /hong_kong.html   (1363 words)

  
 Politics of the People's Republic of China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A major reason for this is that for much of China's history, the state had been ruled by some form of centralized imperial monarchy, which was followed by a chaotic succession of largely authoritarian Chinese Nationalist governments as well as warlord-held administrations since the last few years of the Qing dynasty in 1912.
The PRC officially describes itself as a multiethnic state providing ethnic autonomy in the form of autonomous administrative entities in accordance with Section 6 of Chapter 3 (Articles 111-122) of the Constitution of the People's Republic of China, and with more detail under the Law of the People's Republic of China on Regional National Autonomy.
The PRC faces independence movements in Tibet, Xinjiang, and to a lesser degree, Inner Mongolia.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Politics_of_the_People%27s_Republic_of_China   (3842 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Index
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List of Ceremonial counties of England by Population
List of civil parishes in the Isle of Wight
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 MAMMFAUN: A Bibliography Concerning the Geographical Distribution of Mammals
Compilation of material for this bibliography ceased in late 1992 (the list was issued shortly thereafter in diskette form), and it has not been updated beyond that date.
An annotated list of the marine mammals of British Columbia.
Nei Meng-ku nieh ch'ih tung wu [Rodents of Inner Mongolia, China].
www.wku.edu /~smithch/mamm/MAMMFAUN.htm   (7276 words)

  
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