Heilongjiang Province

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Heilongjiang <<hy lawng jyahng>> Province is the northernmost province in China. It is among the largest provinces in China. Harbin is the province’s capital and largest metropolis. Heilongjiang, additionally spelled Heilungkiang, is a part of China’s Northeast area (typically referred …

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Henan Province

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Henan <<huh nahn>> Province is a serious agricultural province in north-central China. Its identify is usually spelled Honan. Its capital is Zhengzhou. A lot of Henan lies on the North China Plain. The plain is a flat, fertile area created …

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Hubei Province

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Hubei <<hoo bay>> Province is a producing and agricultural province in central China. The province is a serious producer of iron and metal and of motor automobiles. Essential crops in Hubei embrace cotton, rice, tea, and wheat. Wuhan is the …

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Hunan Province

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Hunan <<hoo nahn>> Province is a province in south-central China. The province is legendary for its pure magnificence. Mountains encompass Hunan on the east, west, and south. The Yangtze River types a part of the province’s northern border. The province …

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Jammu and Kashmir

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Jammu and Kashmir <<JUHM oo and KASH mihr or JUHM oo and kash MIHR>> is the northernmost state of India. It lies between Pakistan and China within the Himalaya mountain system. The state is the one one in India with a majority of Muslims. Srinagar …

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Jiangsu Province

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Jiangsu Province is a vital agricultural and industrial province in japanese China. Its identify can also be spelled Kiangsu. Nanjing is the province’s capital and largest metropolis. Flat plains cowl a lot of Jiangsu. The province has ample provides of water. Within the southern a …

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Jiangxi Province

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Jiangxi <<jyahng shee>> Province is a province in southeastern China. It has an space of sixty three,600 sq. miles (164,800 sq. kilometers). Nanchang is the province’s capital and largest metropolis. Jiangxi has mountains alongside its japanese, southern, and western borders. Plains encompass Poyang Lake within …

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Jilin Province

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Jilin <<jee lihn>> Province is a province in northeastern China. Its identify is usually spelled Kirin. Jilin is considered one of China’s most flippantly populated provinces. Changchun is the province’s capital and largest metropolis. Jilin is a part of a area of China referred to as the …

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Liaoning Province

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Liaoning <<lyaw nihng>> Province is a province in northeastern China. Shenyang is the province’s capital and largest metropolis. Liaoning was previously referred to as Fengtien (additionally spelled Fengtian). It’s the southernmost a part of China’s Northeast area (typically referred to as Manchuria). The Yalu River varieties …

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Qinghai Province

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Qinghai <<ching hy>> Province is a big, frivolously populated province in western China. Its capital and largest metropolis is Xining. The province’s identify is usually spelled Tsinghai. Qinghai lies on the northeastern a part of the excessive Plateau of Tibet. Three of Asia’s biggest rivers—the Huang …

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