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China Guide > Zhejiang>Zhoushan Municipality; [??????] [Pinyin:Zhè Jiang Sheng Zhou Shan Shì]

Zhoushan Municipality, A prefecture-level city under Zhejiang Province , In Chinese [???]

Facts & Informations :

Administrative Division Code : 330900;
Post Code : 316000;
Phone Area Code :0580
The Prefix of Motor Vehicle License Plate : 浙L
The Prefix of Citizen Identity Card Number: 330900
Area Coverage: 1440 square kilometers;
Population : 970,000 persons (Including the subordinate cities and counties);
The Seat : Dinghai District
Zhoushan in Pictures
The adminitrative division form of Zhoushan is Municipality, which is one of the four administrative divisional forms at the the second level of China local administrative division system .
Municipality is also referred to as a prefecture level city (地级市). Most of Chinese big cities belong to this variety.
A prefecture-level municipality is subject to the juridiction of a provincial government ,and directly controls some urban districts while overseeing some counties or smaller cities on behalf of the provincial government.
Thus it's normal to see a large City (a Municipality) have jurisdiction over some small cities in China.
Urban Subdivisions of Zhoushan City
S/NFull NameIn Chinese In PinyinDivison type
1Putuo District普陀区Putuo QuDistrict
2Dinghai District定海区Dinghai QuDistrict
Subdivisions Under the jurisdication of Zhoushan Municipality
The components of greater Zhoushan Municipality
S/NFull NameIn Chinese In PinyinDivison type
1Shengsi County嵊泗县Shengsi XianCounty
2Daishan County岱山县Daishan XianCounty
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Overview


Zhoushan Archipelago, or Zhoushan Islands, is a large group of islands located at the mouth of Hangzhou Bay in the East China Sea where the latter meets the Yellow Sea. Put slightly differently, the Zhoushan island complex lies just beyond the mouth of the Yangtze River, where the Yangtze empties into the Pacific Ocean (or the East China Sea, as it is called locally). Known as "Chushan" by foreign powers during the Colonial Era in China (viz., the Unequal Treaties (1842-1933) period, when trade and territorial concessions were forced upon the then Qing (CE 1644-1911) .....
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