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Sinuiju Special Administrative Region
... Sinŭiju Special Administrative Region is a special administrative region (SAR) of North Korea proclaimed in 2002 (but have not put into de facto operation till now), on the border ... The special administrative region was modelled after China's Special Administrative Regions (SARs), Hong Kong and Macau, and, like them, has a "Basic Law ...
Immigration To Canada - Immigration Rate - Canadian Permanent Resident Population By Country of Birth (2006)
... These figures exclude the special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau, which are included separately in this table ... Hong Kong 215,430 3.5% 0.7% Special administrative region of the People's Republic of China ...
History Of The Administrative Divisions Of China - Republic of China - Government On Taiwan (1949–2005)
... In 2005, the nominal political divisions of the Republic were 35 provinces, 1 special administrative region, 2 regions, 14 special municipalities (adding Taipei and Kaohsiung to the original list), 14 ... For second-order divisions, under provinces and special administrative regions, there are counties, province-controlled cities (56), bureaus (34) and management bureaus (7) ... Provinces (省, shěng) and Special Municipalities (直轄市, zhíxiáshì) Counties (縣, xiàn) and Provincial Cities (市, shì) Changes made to Province-level ...
List Of Cities In The People's Republic Of China - Municipalities and Special Administrative Regions
... Municipalities and special administrative regions are provincial-level divisions.) Municipalities Beijing (北京) Chongqing (重庆) Shanghai (上海) Pudong ...

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