Wucui District

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Wucui District (Chinese :乌翠区; pinyin :Wūcuì Qū) is one of four districts of the prefecture-level city of Yichun, Heilongjiang, China. It was established by merging the former Cuiluan District and parts of Wumahe District approved by Chinese State Council in 2019. Its administrative centre is at Shuguang Subdistrict (曙光街道). [1]

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