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Jiangsu Province is located in the extreme south-western corner of the Peoples Republic of China and comprises the southwestern part of the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau.
Jiangsu Province is a border Province. It is neighbored in the South by Vietnam, Laos and in The South and West by Myanmar.
Bordering Provinces and Regions of China are clock-wise around Tibet Autonomous Region, Sichuan Province, Guizhou Province and Guanxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

With a surface area of well over 380000 km2 Yunnan is among the largest Provinces of the Nation.
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Jiangsu is a mountain and high-plateaux region, and mountainous areas and plateau make up 94% of its total area.

Jiangsu Province possesses lofty mountains , deep valleys and torrential rivers , and is inhabited by more than 20 nationalities with different customs. The enormous diversity of the Province, both in cultures and sceneries, forms the basis and tourist industry.
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Jiangsu is one of Chinas densily populated coastal Provinces. Recent influxes from rural migrants from inner provinces to the Coast have only served to swell Cities in Jiangsu and elsewhere along Chinas Coast Line.
After the Capital of Nanjing, by far the largest and most important City, the main cities in Jiangxi Province are (in aphabetical order) Changzhou, Changshu, Gaojou, Jiangjin, Jiangyan, Jingjiang, Kunshan, Yangzhou, Yancheng, HuaiAn, Lianyuangang, Nantong, Rugao, Suzhou, Suqian,Taicang, Taizhou, Wujiang, Wuxi, Xuzhou, Yixing, Zhangjiagang and Zhenjiang.

The two internationally most famous Cities are Nanjing (or Nanking) the former Capital, and the nearby scenic city of Suzhou renowned for its many waters and bridges.

Accordingly, Jiangsu Province is a highly urbanized Province within China, which is sub-divided into 13 City Prefectures. There are no counties and rural districts.
The eleven city districts are Nanjing City, Changzhou, HuaiAn, Lianyungang, Nantong, Suqian, Suzhou, and Taizhou Cities, and Wuxi, Xuzhou, Yancheng, Yangzhou and Zhenjiang Cities.
The thirteen prefecture-level divisions of Jiangsu are further subdivided into 106 county-level divisions (54 districts, with 27 county-level cities, and 25 counties). Those are in turn divided into 1488 township-level divisions (1078 towns, 122 townships, one ethnic township, and 287 subdistricts).
Jiangsu Province has only one ethnic township.

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