• Provinces of China - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Provinces_of_China A municipality (simplified Chinese: 直辖市; traditional Chinese: 直轄市; pinyin: zhíxiáshì; lit.: 'direct-administrated city') or municipality directly under the administration of the central government is a higher level of city which is directly under the Chinese government, with status equal to that of the provinces.In practice, their political status is higher than that of common ...
  • The 23 Provinces in the Country of China - ThoughtCo

    www.thoughtco.com/china-provinces-4158617 In terms of area, China is the third largest country in the world, but it is the world's largest based on population. China is divided into 23 provinces, 22 of which are controlled by the People's Republic of China (PRC). The 23rd province, Taiwan, is claimed by the PRC, but it is not administered or controlled by the PRC, and is thus a de facto independent country.
  • List of Chinese provinces and regions - Wikitravel

    wikitravel.org/en/List_of_Chinese_provinces_and_regions This article is a travel topic. China's system of political geography differs somewhat from that in other countries.Most of it is broken up into provinces (省), but there are several other geographic units of the same hierarchical rank as provinces: . Various ethnic groups have autonomous regions (自治区), although their autonomy is far from complete.
  • Chinese Provinces By Population - WorldAtlas

    www.worldatlas.com/articles/chinese-provinces-by-population.html The following are the most populous provinces of China. Chinese Provinces by Population Guangdong. Guangdong is the most populous province in China with an estimated population of 111 million as of 2018. The province's population is slightly bigger than the Philippines. About 30 million individuals are considered a "floating population ...
  • Provinces And Administrative Divisions Of China - WorldAtlas

    www.worldatlas.com/.../provinces-and-administrative-divisions-of-china.html The People’s Republic of China. China is the largest country in Asia, and also has the biggest population in the world (1.35 billion people). The main language is Mandarin and the major religions are Buddhism, Christianity, Taoism, and Islam. The intricate culture has roots dating back around 4,000 years, and is responsible for many modern-day inventions including the printing press and ...
  • Political divisions of China - Simple English Wikipedia ...

    simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_provinces_of_China There are twenty-three provinces, four municipalities, five autonomous regions and two special administrative regions in the People's Republic of China.The island of Taiwan is claimed as a province by the People's Republic of China (PRC), but it is not under their control. Taiwan is an island known as Republic of China (Taiwan)
  • Maps and the Basics about Mainland China's Provinces

    www.tripsavvy.com/chinas-mainland-provinces-maps-basic-info-1495016 China is the world's third largest country, after Russia and Canada.Its political geography is complicated. Encompassing 5 different administrative zones, China has 22 Provinces, 5 Autonomous Regions, 4 Municipalities, 2 Special Administrative Regions (SAR), and 1 Claimed Province.
  • China Provincial Map, Map of China Provinces, China Maps 2020

    www.chinadiscovery.com/china-maps/china-provincial-map.html China provincial map 2020 shows 33 provinces like Sichuan, Yunnan, Tibet, Qinghai and Xinjiang with lots of treasures to discover!
  • Provinces of China

    statoids.com/ucn.html Provinces of China Buy data Donate Updates: I added data from the 2010 census. ISO/DIS 3166-2 (draft international standard) was published in 1996. For China, it showed 22 provinces, five autonomous regions, and three municipalities. Besides those, it listed Hong Kong and Macau in brackets as special regions.
  • Chinese Province Abbreviations | Cottongen

    www.cottongen.org/data/nomenclatures/China_provinces Full name Code Full name Code Full name Code; Anhui Province AH: Hong Kong Special Administrative Region HK: Shandong Province SD: Beijing Municipality