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Xingning, Guangdong

Xingning is also the era name for Emperor Ai of the Jin dynasty.
Xingning


兴宁市


Hinnên
Xingtianyi First Road (兴田一路), Xingning
Xingtianyi First Road (兴田一路), Xingning
Xingning is located in Guangdong
Xingning
Xingning
Location in Guangdong
Coordinates: 24°8′5″N115°43′48″E / 24.13472°N 115.73000°E / 24.13472; 115.73000Coordinates: 24°8′5″N115°43′48″E / 24.13472°N 115.73000°E / 24.13472; 115.73000
Country People's Republic of China
Province Guangdong
Prefecture-level city Meizhou
Area
 • Total 2,104.85 km2 (812.69 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 1,130,000
 • Density 540/km2 (1,400/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
514500
Area code(s) 0753
Website http://www.xingning.gov.cn/

Xingning (postal: Hingning; simplified Chinese: 兴宁; traditional Chinese: 興寧; pinyin: Xīngníng, Hakka: Hinnên) is a county-level city, under the jurisdiction of Meizhou City, Guangdong Province, China. The second largest city in east Guangdong, Xingning has an area of 2,104.85 square kilometres (812.69 sq mi) and a population of 1.13 million.[when?]

Names [ edit ]

Xingning was formerly known as Qichang (Chinese: 齐昌).

History [ edit ]

Xingning county was established in 331 CE, later becoming the capital of the 10th-century Southern Han Dynasty.

From its previous long-established status a county, in 1991 Xingning was upgraded to a county-level city within the municipal jurisdiction of Meizhou.

Location [ edit ]

Xingning is located in the north eastern part of Guangdong province and borders the counties of Pingyuan, Meixian, Fengshun and Wuhua in Meizhou City; Longchuan in Heiyuan City and Xunwu in Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province.

Administrative Districts [ edit ]

The city governs three subdistricts and 17 towns:[1]

Subdistricts [ edit ]

Towns [ edit ]

Transport [ edit ]

Culture [ edit ]

The majority of Xingning's residents are Hakka people.

Tourist attractions [ edit ]

Climate [ edit ]

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ "Xingning City (兴宁市)". National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China. 2013. Retrieved February 26, 2014.   (in Chinese)

External links [ edit ]



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