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Haikou - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Hǎikǒu ( Chinese: ), is the capital and most populous city of Hainan province, People's Republic of China. It is situated on the northern coast of Hainan, by the mouth of the Nandu River. The northern part of the city is the district of Haidian Island, which is separated from the main part of Haikou by the Haidian River, a branch of the Nandu.

Wanning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wanning ( Chinese Postal Map Romanisation: Manning; simplified Chinese: 万宁; traditional Chinese: 萬寧; pinyin: ; literally: "ten thousand peace") is a county-level city in the southeast of Hainan Province, People's Republic of China, with an estimated population of 65,871 (2006).

Qionghai - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Qionghai ( simplified Chinese: 琼海; traditional Chinese: 瓊海; pinyin: ) is one of the 7 county-level cities of Hainan province, People's Republic of China. It is located in the east of the island at the mouth of the Wanquan River, 86 kilometres (53 mi) from the provincial capital of Haikou.

Wenchang Satellite Launch Center - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wenchang Satellite Launch Center (WSLC), located near Wenchang on the north-east coast of Hainan Island, is a former sub-orbital test center currently under upgrade. It is the fourth and southernmost space vehicle launch facility ( spaceport) of the People's Republic of China.

Danzhou - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dānzhōu ( Chinese: 儋州) is a city in the northwest of the Chinese island province of Hainan. It is a County-level city administered directly by the province.

Wuzhishan City - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wǔzhǐshān ( Chinese: 五指山) is a county-level city in the south-central part of Hainan, a province of the People's Republic of China. It was originally called Tōngshí ( Chinese: 通什) and is located beside Wuzhi Shan, the mountain. The city's total area is 1129 square kilometres, and its population is 115,000 people.

Ding'an County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dìng'ān County ( Chinese Postal Map Romanisation: Tingan) is an administrative district in Hainan, the People's Republic of China. It is one of 4 counties of Hainan. In 1999 its population was 304,522 people. The town of Dingcheng is located within the county.

Chengmai County

Chéngmài County ( Chinese Postal Map Romanisation: Tsingmai; simplified Chinese: 澄迈县; traditional Chinese: 澄邁縣; pinyin: Chéngmài Xiàn ) is an administrative district in Hainan, the People's Republic of China. It is one of four counties of Hainan. Its postal code is 571900. In 2002, its population was 490,800.

Tunchang County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Túnchāng County is one of four counties of Hainan Province, People's Republic of China. Its postal code is 571600, and in 1999 its population was 250,059 people. The administrative seat lies at Tunchang.

Baoting Li and Miao Autonomous County

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Bǎotíng Li and Miao Autonomous County ( Chinese Postal Map Romanisation: Paoting) is an autonomous county in Hainan, People's Republic of China. One of the six autonomous counties on the island, its postal code is 572300.

Lingshui Li Autonomous County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Língshuǐ Li Autonomous County ( Chinese Postal Map Romanisation: Lingshui) is an autonomous county in Hainan, People's Republic of China. It is one of the six autonomous counties of Hainan with a postal code of 572400, and in 1999 a population of 318,691, largely made up of the Li people.

Dongfang, Hainan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dongfang has a tropical wet and dry climate ( Köppen Aw). Monsoonal influences are strong, and the two seasons are the wet season and the dry season (November to April), when very little rainfall occurs.

Qiongzhong Li and Miao Autonomous County

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia "Qiongzhong" redirects here. For town in this county, see Yinggen. Qióngzhōng Li and Miao Autonomous County is an autonomous county in Hainan, the People's Republic of China. It is one of 6 counties of Hainan.

Ledong Li Autonomous County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lèdōng Li Autonomous County ( Chinese Postal Map Romanisation: Loktung) is an autonomous county in Hainan, the People's Republic of China. It is one of 6 autonomous counties of Hainan. Its postal code is 572500, and in 1999 its population was 468,834 people, largely made up of the Li people.

Lingao County - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Língāo County ( Chinese Postal Map Romanisation: Limko or Limkao; simplified Chinese: 临高县; traditional Chinese: 臨高縣; pinyin: Língāo Xiàn ) is an administrative district in Hainan, the People's Republic of China. It is one of 4 counties of Hainan. Its postal code is 571800, and in 1999 its population was 399,057 people.