Lidan Subdistrict
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Lidan Subdistrict

Lidan Subdistrict (Chinese: ?; pinyin: L?dàn Ji?dào) is a subdistrict of Li County in Hunan, China. The subdistrict is the former Lidan Rownship (Chinese: ) reorganized as a subdistrict in 2013.[1] It has an area of 50.57 km2 (19.53 sq mi) with a population of 39,600 (as of 2017). The subdistrict has 4 villages and 12 communities under its jurisdiction, its seat is Dengjiatan Village (Chinese: ?).[2]

History

The subdistrict of Lidan is originally the former Lidan Township.[1] the former Lidong Township (Chinese: ) ceased to be a separate township in 2015, 6 villages of which were merged to it.[3]Minyan Village (Chinese: ) of Cennan Town was transferred to it in 2017.[2]

Subdivisions

The subdistrict of Lidan had 12 communities and 6 villages at its establishment in 2015. Through the amalgamation of villages in 2016, its villages were reduced to 3.[4] in 2017, Minyan Village (Chinese: ) of Cennan Town was transferred to it in 2017, the subdistrict of Lidan has 4 villages and 12 communities under its jurisdiction.

4 villages
  • Caikoutan Village (Chinese: ?), established at merging two villages of Changqing (Chinese: ) and Chejiaxi (Chinese: ?) in 2016.
  • Dengjiatan Village (Chinese: ?)
  • Lidong Village (Chinese: )
  • Minyan Village (Chinese: )
12 communities

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References

  1. ^ a b 2013?35? see xzqh.org (2015-03-27) or xzqh.org (2016-01-22)
  2. ^ a b ?( 2017?4?) see mzt.hunan.gov (2018-02-13)
  3. ^ 2015?67?)? see rednet.cn (November 23, 2015)
  4. ^ Notice on the amalgamation of village-level divisions (in 2016) / (2016?) see li-xian.gov (2016-06-07)


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