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Administrative divisions of China. Made by Ran.


  • Latest borders as of 2004. Qinghai- Gansu border readjustments are reflected; Sino-Russian agreement on the Amur-Ussuri delta is also (approximately) reflected.
  • Disputed areas are given as neutral a treatment as possible.

The map was made based on a large-scale map of China made by woodhome and hunry of the XZQH forums.

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See also: en:Wikipedia:WikiProject Chinese provinces/Locator maps

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