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上海 Shàng hǎi Shanghai municipality, central east China, abbr. to 滬|沪[Hu4]
Huá abbr. for China
广东 Guǎng dōng Guangdong province (Kwangtung) in south China, short name 粵|粤[Yue4], capital Guangzhou 廣州|广州
江苏 Jiāng Jiangsu province (Kiangsu) in southeast China, abbr. 蘇|苏, capital Nanjing 南京
山东 Shān dōng Shandong province (Shantung) in northeast China, abbr. 魯|鲁, capital 濟南|济南
成都 Chéng Chengdu subprovincial city and capital of Sichuan province 四川 in southwest China
成都市 Chéng shì Chengdu subprovincial city and capital of Sichuan province 四川 in southwest China
中国 Zhōng guó China
中山市 Zhōng shān shì Zhongshan prefecture-level city in Guangdong province 廣東省|广东省[Guang3 dong1 sheng3] in south China, close to Dr Sun Yat-sen's birthplace
安徽省 Ān huī Shěng Anhui Province (Anhwei) in south central China, abbr. 皖[Wan3], capital Hefei 合肥[He2 fei2]
jiā home / family / (polite) my (sister, uncle etc) / classifier for families or businesses / refers to the philosophical schools of pre-Han China / noun suffix for a specialist in some activity, such as a musician or revolutionary, corresponding to English -ist, -er, -ary or -ian / CL:個|个[ge4]
辽宁 Liáo níng Liaoning province in northeast China, short name 遼|辽[Liao2], capital Shenyang 瀋陽|沈阳[Shen3 yang2]
Zhōng China / Chinese / surname Zhong
陕西 Shǎn Shaanxi province (Shensi) in northwest China, abbr. 陝|陕[Shan3], capital Xi’an 西安市[Xi1 an1 Shi4]
福建 jiàn Fujian province (Fukien) in east China, abbr. 福 or 閩|闽, capital Fuzhou 福州 / Fujian province (Fukien) in Taiwan
云南 Yún nán Yunnan province in southwest China, bordering on Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar, abbr. 滇[dian1] or 雲|云, capital Kunming 昆明
大连 lián Dalian subprovincial city in Liaoning province 遼寧省|辽宁省 in northeast China
北京 Běi jīng Beijing, capital of People's Republic of China / Peking / PRC government
广西 Guǎng Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region 廣西壯族自治區|广西壮族自治区 in South Central China, on the border with Vietnam, abbr. 桂, capital Nanning 南寧|南宁 / until 1959, Guangxi province
天津 Tiān jīn Tianjin, a municipality in northeast China, abbr. 津
浙江省 Zhè jiāng Shěng Zhejiang Province (Chekiang) in east China, abbr. 浙[Zhe4], capital Hangzhou 杭州[Hang2 zhou1]
河北 běi Hebei province (Hopeh) in north China surrounding Beijing, short name 冀, capital Shijiazhuang 石家莊|石家庄[Shi2 jia1 zhuang1]
浙江 Zhè jiāng Zhejiang province (Chekiang) in east China, abbr. 浙, capital Hangzhou 杭州
上海市 Shàng hǎi shì Shanghai municipality in southeast China, abbr. 滬|沪
南京 Nán jīng Nanjing subprovincial city on the Changjiang, capital of Jiangsu province 江蘇|江苏 / capital of China at different historical periods
河南 nán Henan province (Honan) in central China, abbr. 豫, capital Zhengzhou 鄭州|郑州[Zheng4 zhou1]
沈阳 Shěn yáng Shenyang subprovincial city and capital of Liaoning province 遼寧省|辽宁省 in northeast China / old names include Fengtian 奉天, Shengjing 盛京 and Mukden
博士 shì doctor / court academician (in feudal China) / Ph.D.
surname Wu / area comprising southern Jiangsu, northern Zhejiang and Shanghai / name of states in Southern China at different historical periods
北京市 Běi jīng Shì Beijing / capital of People's Republic of China / one of the four municipalities 直轄市|直辖市[zhi2 xia2 shi4]
四川 chuān Sichuan province (Szechuan) in southwest China, abbr. 川 or 蜀, capital Chengdu 成都
郑州 Zhèng zhōu Zhengzhou prefecture level city and capital of Henan Province in central China
湖北 běi Hubei Province (Hupeh) in central China, abbr. 鄂[E4], capital Wuhan 武漢|武汉[Wu3 han4]
湖南 nán Hunan province in south central China, abbr. 湘, capital Changsha 長沙|长沙[Chang2 sha1]
西安 ān Xi'an, sub-provincial city and capital of Shaanxi 陝西省|陕西省[Shan3 xi1 Sheng3] in northwest China / see 西安區|西安区[Xi1 an1 qu1]
letter / symbol / character / word / CL:個|个[ge4] / courtesy or style name traditionally given to males aged 20 in dynastic China
中华 Zhōng huá China (alternate formal name)
江西 Jiāng Jiangxi province (Kiangsi) in southeast China, abbr. 赣, capital Nanchang 南昌
贵州 Guì zhōu Guizhou province (Kweichow) in south central China, abbr. to 黔[Qian2] or 貴|贵[Gui4], capital Guiyang 貴陽|贵阳[Gui4 yang2]
山西 Shān Shanxi province (Shansi) in north China between Hebei and Shaanxi, abbr. 晋 capital Taiyuan 太原
杭州 Háng zhōu Hangzhou subprovincial city and capital of Zhejiang province in southeast China
Qīng Qing or Ch'ing dynasty of Imperial China (1644-1911) / surname Qing
海南 Hǎi nán Hainan Province, in the South China Sea, short name 瓊|琼[Qiong2], capital Haikou 海口 / Hainan Island / Hainan District of Wuhai City 烏海市|乌海市[Wu1 hai3 Shi4], Inner Mongolia / Hainan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture 海南藏族自治州[Hai3 nan2 Zang4 zu2 Zi4 zhi4 zhou1], Qinghai
Yuè generic word for peoples or states of south China or south Asia at different historical periods / abbr. for Vietnam 越南
合肥 féi Hefei, capital of Anhui Province 安徽省[An1 hui1 Sheng3] in south central China
shǐ history / annals / title of an official historian in ancient China
福州 zhōu Fuzhou prefecture-level city and capital of Fujian province in east China / formerly known as Foochow or Fuchow
Chuān abbr. for Sichuan Province 四川[Si4 chuan1] in southwest China
河南省 nán shěng Henan province (Honan) in central China, abbr. 豫[Yu4], capital Zhengzhou 鄭州|郑州[Zheng4 zhou1]
四川省 chuān Shěng Sichuan province (Szechuan) in southwest China, abbr. 川[Chuan1] or 蜀[Shu3], capital Chengdu 成都[Cheng2 du1]
江苏省 Jiāng Shěng Jiangsu Province (Kiangsu) in southeast China, abbr. 蘇|苏[Su1], capital Nanjing 南京[Nan2 jing1]
吉林 lín Jilin province (Kirin) in northeast China, abbr. 吉, capital 長春|长春 / also Jilin prefecture-level city, Jilin province
zhuāng farmstead / village / manor / place of business / banker (in a gambling game) / grave or solemn / holdings of a landlord (in imperial China)
天下 tiān xià land under heaven / the whole world / the whole of China / realm / rule
青海 Qīng hǎi Qinghai province (Tsinghai) in west China, abbr. 青, capital Xining 西寧|西宁
安徽 Ān huī Anhui Province (Anhwei) in south central China, abbr. 皖[Wan3], capital Hefei 合肥[He2 fei2]
西北 běi Northwest China (Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai, Ningxia, Xinjiang)
中华人民共和国 Zhōng huá Rén mín Gòng guó People's Republic of China
江西省 Jiāng Shěng Jiangxi Province (Kiangsi) in southeast China, abbr. 贛|赣[Gan4], capital Nanchang 南昌[Nan2 chang1]
湖北省 běi Shěng Hubei Province (Hupeh) in central China, abbr. 鄂[E4], capital Wuhan 武漢|武汉[Wu3 han4]
国产 guó chǎn made in one's own country / made in China
大陆 mainland China (reference to the PRC)
济南 nán Ji'nan, subprovincial city and capital of Shandong province in northeast China
长春 Cháng chūn Changchun subprovincial city and capital of Jilin province 吉林省 in northeast China
中南 Zhōng Nán South Central China (Henan, Hubei, Hunan, Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan) / abbr. for China-South Africa
北方 běi fāng north / the northern part a country / China north of the Yellow River
南昌 Nán chāng Nanchang prefecture level city and capital of Jiangxi province 江西省 in southeast China / also Nanchang county
山东省 Shān dōng Shěng Shandong Province (Shantung) in northeast China, abbr. 魯|鲁[Lu3], capital Ji'nan 濟南|济南[Ji3 nan2]
昆明 Kūn míng Kunming prefecture-level city and capital of Yunnan province in southwest China
山西省 Shān shěng Shanxi province (Shansi) in north China between Hebei and Shaanxi, abbr. 晋 capital Taiyuan 太原
吉林省 lín Shěng Jilin Province (Kirin) in northeast China, abbr. 吉, capital Changchun 長春|长春[Chang2 chun1]
Xiāng abbr. for Hunan 湖南 province in south central China / abbr. for Xiangjiang river in Hunan province
广东省 Guǎng dōng shěng Guangdong province (Kwangtung) in south China, short name 粵|粤[Yue4], capital Guangzhou 廣州|广州
朝阳 Cháo yáng Chaoyang district in east and northeast Beijing, a county level district of Beijing municipality / Chaoyang prefecture-level city in Liaoning province 遼寧省|辽宁省 in northeast China / Chaoyang district of Changchun city 長春市|长春市, Jilin / Chaoyang county in Chaoyang 朝陽|朝阳, Liaoning
我国 guó our country / China
珠海 Zhū hǎi Zhuhai prefecture level city in Guangdong province 廣東省|广东省[Guang3 dong1 sheng3] in south China
河北省 běi Shěng Hebei Province (Hopeh) in north China surrounding Beijing, short name 冀[Ji4], capital Shijiazhuang 石家莊|石家庄[Shi2 jia1 zhuang1]
长沙 Cháng shā Changsha prefecture-level city and capital of Hunan province in south central China
太原 Tài yuán Taiyuan prefecture level city and capital of Shanxi province 山西省 in central north China
南宁 Nán níng Nanning prefecture level city and capital of Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region in south China 廣西壯族自治區|广西壮族自治区
华南 Huá nán Southern China
海南省 Hǎi nán Shěng Hainan Province, in South China Sea, abbr. 瓊|琼[Qiong2], capital Haikou 海口
石家庄 Shí jiā zhuāng Shijiazhuang prefecture level city and capital of Hebei Province 河北省[He2 bei3 Sheng3] in north China
黑龙江 Hēi lóng jiāng Heilongjiang province (Heilungkiang) in northeast China, abbr. 黑, capital Harbin 哈尔滨 / Heilongjiang river forming the border between northeast China and Russia / Amur river
南海 Nán Hǎi South China Sea
华东 Huá dōng East China
中美 Zhōng Měi China-USA
长安 Cháng ān Chang'an (ancient name of Xi'an 西安[Xi1 an1]) capital of China during Tang Dynasty 唐朝[Tang2 chao2] / now 長安區|长安区[Chang2 an1 Qu1], a district of Xi'an
湖南省 nán Shěng Hunan Province in south central China, abbr. 湘[Xiang1], capital Changsha 長沙|长沙[Chang2 sha1]
陕西省 Shǎn Shěng Shaanxi Province (Shensi) in northwest China, abbr. 陝|陕[Shan3], capital Xi'an 西安[Xi1 an1]
天津市 Tiān jīn shì Tianjin, a municipality in northeast China, abbr. 津
ink stick / China ink / CL:塊|块[kuai4] / corporal punishment consisting of tattooing characters on the victim's forehead
abbr. for Henan province 河南 in central China
央视 Yāng shì China Central Television (CCTV), abbr. for 中國中央電視台|中国中央电视台[Zhong1 guo2 Zhong1 yang1 Dian4 shi4 tai2]
乌鲁木齐 Ürümqi or Urumqi prefecture level city and capital of Xinjiang Uighur autonomous region 新疆維吾爾自治區|新疆维吾尔自治区 in west China
福建省 jiàn shěng Fujian province (Fukien) in east China, abbr. 閩|闽, capital Fuzhou 福州 / Fujian province (Fukien) in Taiwan
东北 Dōng běi Northeast China / Manchuria
院长 yuàn zhǎng the head of an institution whose name ends in 院[yuan4] / chair of a board / president of a university / department head / dean / premier of the Republic of China / CL:個|个[ge4]
青海省 Qīng hǎi shěng Qinghai province (Tsinghai) in west China, abbr. 青, capital Xining 西寧|西宁
3C sān C abbr. for computers, communications, and consumer electronics / China Compulsory Certificate (CCC)


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