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Provinces

Anhui Village

Anhui

Anhui, “Wan” for short, is an inland province of China, and is geographically part of the East China region. Located across the basins of the ...Read More

Fujian Tulou

Fujian

The Fujian Province or "Min" is located on the southeast coast of China. With many islands interspersed in the twists and turns of its coastline, ...Read More

Gansu

Located in the upstream of the Yellow River, Gansu Province is a significant provincial-level administrative region in the People's Republic of C ...Read More

Guangzhou Village

Guangdong

As a coastal province located at the southern end of mainland China, Guangdong called “Yue” for short sits on the South China sea coast, shar ...Read More

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Guizhou

Guizhou Province, also called "Qian" or "Gui", is located in the southeast part of Southwest China. It dates back to the Song Dynasty when an ind ...Read More

Sanya Beach

Hainan

Located in the southernmost of China, Hainan Province is China’s second largest island, second only to Taiwan. Because of Hainan’s position o ...Read More

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