Geographic Administrative Regions of China


Geographic Administrative Regions of China

This is a list of the 31 provincial-level divisions of the People's Republic of China grouped by its former administrative areas from 1949 to 1952, which are now known as traditional regions.

Eastern China

*Anhui - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Anhui
*Fujian (western part) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Fujian
*Jiangsu - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Jiangsu
*Jiangxi - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Jiangxi
*Shandong - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Shandong
*Zhejiang - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Zhejiang
*Shanghai (direct-controlled municipality) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Shanghai

Northeastern China

*Heilongjiang - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Heilongjiang
*Jilin - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Jilin
*Liaoning - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Liaoning

Northern China

*Hebei - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Hebei
*Shanxi - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Shanxi
*Inner Mongolia (autonomous region) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Inner Mongolia
*Beijing (direct-controlled municipality) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Beijing
*Tianjin (direct-controlled municipality) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Tianjin

South Central China

"Central China"

*Henan - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Henan
*Hubei - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Hubei
*Hunan - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Hunan

"Southern China"

*Guangdong - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Guangdong
*Hainan - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Hainan
*Guangxi (autonomous region) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Guangxi

Western China

"Northwestern China"

*Gansu - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Gansu
*Qinghai - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Qinghai
*Shaanxi - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Shaanxi
*Ningxia (autonomous region) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Ningxia
*Xinjiang (autonomous region) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Xinjiang

"Southwestern China"

*Guizhou - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Guizhou
*Sichuan - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Sichuan
*Yunnan - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Yunnan
*Tibet (autonomous region) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Tibet
*Chongqing (direct-controlled municipality) - For its other subdivisions, see List of administrative divisions of Chongqing

Maps

ee also

*Northern and southern China
*Geography of China
*Political divisions of China
*Physiographic macroregions of China


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