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South-central China

The Southern Central Region of China is largely an agricultural area, but it has some quite large cities and considerable industry as well. This area is generally poorer than the coastal provinces on the eastern and southern coasts and is the main source of migrant laborers for those provinces.

South-central China Hotels

Search for hotels in Wuhan, in Chongqing, in Chengdu, in Jiuzhaigou and in Hefei.

Wuhan is the capital of Hubei Province in China and a major port on the Yangtse River.
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Hubei is a province in the southern central region of China.
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Chongqing, is becoming the most economically important city in West China, with an urban population of around 7 million.
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Hunan is a province in central China, home of Mao Zedong.
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Chengdu is the provincial capital and largest city of Sichuan Province in southwest China.
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Anhui is a province in the southern central region of China.
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Jiuzhaigou is a nature reserve in the north of Sichuan province in south western China.
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Jiangxi is a largely agricultural province in the southern central region of China.
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Hefei is the capital city of Anhui Province in China. It is an industrial, administrative and commercial centre bare of any special attractions.
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Hengyang is located in the middle reaches of Xiangjiang River and to the south of Mount Heng in Hunan Province.
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Litang, also Lithang, formally known as Gaocheng Town, is the county seat of Litang Couty, in western Sichuan Province, south-west China.
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Sichuan, is a province in the west of the Southern Central Region of China.
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Wenchuan is a small town in Sichuan’s Aba Tibetan-Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, which straddles the confluence of the Min and Zagunao Rivers.
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Changsha is the capital of Hunan Province. It is also known among the Chinese for being the site of the Battle of Changsha, which was the first major victory the Chinese scored against the Japanese during World War II.
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