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Tianxin is a small town of Longchuan County, Heyuan City, Guangdong Province, China. It is located in east-central part of Longchuan County, upstream of the Han River, with Xingning Town and Huilong Town to its east, Shikeng Town and Tiechang Town to its south, and Chiguang Town to its north. Tianxin was set up as a district in November 1983, and a town in 1990 to now. It has higher topography in the northeast and lower in the southwest, with a chain of undulating hills.

Shifeng District District in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

Shifeng District is one of four urban districts of Zhuzhou City, Hunan province, China. It is named after the Shifeng Park, which lies on the south of the district and the northern bank of the Xiang River.

Tianxin District District in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

Tianxin District is one of six urban districts of Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, China. the district is bordered by Yuetang District of Xiangtan to the south, Yuhua District to the east, Furong and Kaifu districts to the north, Yuelu District across the Xiang river to the west. Located in the southern central Changsha, Tianxin covers 141.05 km2 (54.46 sq mi) with population of 604,600. The district has 14 subdistricts under its jurisdiction, the government seat is at Qingyuan Subdistrict.

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Longchuan County, Guangdong County in Guangdong, Peoples Republic of China

Longchuan County is a county of northeastern Guangdong province, China, bordering Jiangxi to the north and on the upper reaches of the Dong and Han Rivers. It is under the administration of Heyuan City, and in 2004 had a population of 870,000 living in an area of 3,089 km2 (1,193 sq mi). Bordering county-level divisions are Xingning and Wuhua County to the east, Heping County and Dongyuan County to the south and west, and in Jiangxi, Dingnan County and Xunwu County to the north.

Kaifu District, Changsha District in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

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Yuhua District, Changsha District in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

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Lukou District District in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

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Lusong District District in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

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Xiacun, Yanling Township in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

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Hunanao, You County Township in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

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Tian Han Grand Theatre

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The Mi River is one of three largest tributaries of the Xiang River and a right-bank tributary in the middle reaches of the Xiang in Hunan, China. The river rises in Tianxin Village of Xiacun Township, Yanling County. Its main stream runs generally southeast to northwest through Yanling, Chaling, You and Hengdong counties, and it joins the Xiang in Xintang Town of Hengdong. The Mi River has a length of 296 kilometres (184 mi); its drainage basin covers an area of 10,305 square kilometres (3,979 sq mi).

Ningjiaping Town in Hunan, Peoples Republic of China

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Longchuan is a town of Zhuzhou County, Hunan, China. Amalgamating the former Wangshiwan and Tangshi two townships, the town was established on November 26, 2015. It has an area of 160.85 km2 (62.10 sq mi), as of 2015 end, its population is 56,800. The town is divided into 25 villages and a community, its administrative centre is Huashi Village (花石村).