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Xiangxiang is located in Hunan
Xiangxiang
Xiangxiang
Location in Hunan
Coordinates: 27°43?07?N 112°33?01?E / 27.7186489581°N 112.5502288824°E / 27.7186489581; 112.5502288824Coordinates: 27°43?07?N 112°33?01?E / 27.7186489581°N 112.5502288824°E / 27.7186489581; 112.5502288824
CountryPeople's Republic of China
ProvinceHunan
Prefecture-level cityXiangtan
Area
 o County-level city1,966.6 km2 (759.3 sq mi)
 o Urban
26.00 km2 (10.04 sq mi)
Population
(2017)[1]
 o County-level city946,000
 o Density480/km2 (1,200/sq mi)
 o Urban
235,000
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)

Xiangxiang (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Xi?ngxi?ng) is a county-level city under the administration of Xiangtan, Hunan province, China.[2] Located on Central Hunan and the west of Xiangtan, Xiangxiang is bordered by Ningxiang County and Shaoshan City to the north, Xiangtan County to the east, Shuangfeng County to the south, Louxing District of Loudi City to the west, it has an area of 1,912.7 km2 (738.5 sq mi) with a population of rough 850,000 (as of 2012).[3] It has four subdistricts, 15 towns and three townships under its jurisdiction, the government seat is Wangchunmen ().[4]

History

As a place name, 'Xiangxiang' dates back to BCE 3 in the Eastern Han Dynasty when Emperor Ai of Han () bestowed it upon Changsha Prince Liu Chang (). In the years leading up to 1952, Xiangxiang's territory included present day Shaoshan, Shuangfeng County and Loudi.[5]

Administrative divisions

There are numerous township-level divisions in Xiangxiang.[6]

Name Chinese Population (2005) Area (Km2) Note
Wangchunmen 38,000 7.8
Dongshan ? 40,161 3.98
Xinxianglu 89,000 20.03
Kunlunqiao 38,139
Quantang 49,700
Zhongsha 26,230 68.5
Hutian 49,580 144.7
Shanzao 50,430 101.7
Yueshan 69,880 146.5
Lishan 27,100 67.8
Meiqiao 50,900 137.6
Qizi 53,000 138.9
Maotian 21,480 78
Tanshi 47,600 127.8
Baitian 48,000 105.73
Fanjiang 42,880 133.39
Yutang 38,000 94.6
Jinshi 35,860 88.9
Longdong 29,200 76.8
Dongjiao 15,000 162
Yuduan 39,860 88
Jinsou 29,420 (2010)[7]

Notable people

Climate

References

  1. ^ a b Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development, ed. (2019). China Urban Construction Statistical Yearbook 2017. Beijing: China Statistics Press. p. 68. Retrieved 2020.
  2. ^ (in Chinese) Profile of Xiangxiang, Official website of Xiangxiang Government, visited on May 29, 2008.
  3. ^ ?72 (2012?4?25?-?2012?11?) (in Chinese). Xiangtan People's Government.
  4. ^ ?. xzqh.org (in Chinese). 2016-02-02.
  5. ^ Jiang, Junfeng (June 2008). Xiangxiang Fangyan Yuyin Yanjiu. Changsha: Hunan Normal University. Retrieved 2018.
  6. ^ 2016: [2016 Statistical Area Numbers and Rural-Urban Area Numbers: Xiangxiang City] (in Chinese). National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China. 2016. Retrieved 2018. ? 430381001000 430381002000 430381003000 430381004000 ? 430381100000 430381101000 430381102000 430381103000 430381104000 430381105000 430381106000 430381107000 430381108000 430381109000 430381110000 430381111000 430381112000 430381113000 430381114000 430381200000 430381202000 430381203000
  7. ^ http://www.xzqh.org/html/show/hn/15786.html
  8. ^ Baosun Zeng (2002). Confucian Feminist: Memoirs of Zeng Baosun (1893-1978). American Philosophical Society. p. 61. ISBN 978-0-87169-921-3.
  9. ^ (1981-2010) (in Chinese). China Meteorological Data Service Center. Retrieved 2018.

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