List of Villages in China
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List of Villages in China
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This is a list of villages in China. A village is a clustered human settlement or community, larger than a hamlet but smaller than a town, with a population ranging from a few hundred to a few thousand. In China, an administrative village (Chinese: ?; pinyin: c?n) is a type fifth-level administrative division, underneath a township, county, city, and province. There are more than six hundred thousand administrative villages in China.[1] Some villages are not administrative villages but natural villages, which are not administrative divisions. The below list is divided by province, and ideally lists the name of the village followed by the three higher-administrative divisions (e.g. township, county, and city) to which it belongs administratively.

Villages in China

Beijing Municipality

Tianjin Municipality

Hebei Province

Shanxi Province

Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region

In addition to villages, a gaqa (, ?) is another type of fifth-level administrative division, found only in Inner Mongolia; the name is derived from the Mongolian language.[2]

  • Hanggai, Tiemao, Tumot Left Banner, Hohhot

Liaoning Province

Jilin Province

Heilongjiang Province

Shanghai Municipality

Jiangsu Province

  • Huaxi, Jiangyin, Wuxi
  • Wangtan, Jieji, Sihong, Suqian
  • Zhufan, Shilianghe, Donghai, Lianyungang

Zhejiang Province

Anhui Province

Fujian Province

  • Qiaodou, Huangshi, Licheng, Putian
  • Sanji, Chengjiao, Shaowu, Nanping

Jiangxi Province

Shandong Province

Henan Province

Hubei Province

Hunan Province

Guangdong Province

  • Boshe, Jiaxi, Lufeng, Shanwei
  • Cuiheng, Nanlang, Zhongshan
  • Dongzhou, Cheng, Shanwei
  • Fengjian, Xingtan, Shunde, Foshan
  • Shangba, Xinjiang, Wengyuan, Shaoguan
  • Taishi, Dongchong, Nansha, Guangzhou
  • Wangtang, Jianggu, Sihui, Zhaoqing
  • Wukan, Donghai, Lufeng, Shanwei
  • Xiqi, Shuaibu, Taishan, Jiangmen

Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region

Hainan Province

Most counties in Hainan are not subordinate to a prefecture-level subdivision (see List of administrative divisions of Hainan), and so some entries below list only the town and county-level divisions to which the village belongs.

Chongqing Municipality

Sichuan Province

Guizhou Province

Yunnan Province

Tibet Autonomous Region

Shaanxi Province

Gansu Province

Qinghai Province

  • Taktser, Shihuiyao, Ping'an, Haidong

Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region

Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region


See also


  1. ^ "?:". Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. 11 March 2014. Retrieved 2015.
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