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Most travelers will need a visa to visit mainland China. In most cases, this should be obtained from a Chinese embassy or consulate before departure. Citizens from most Western countries do not need visas to visit Hong Kong and Macau for up to 90 days.

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is a key area of historically, politically, and economically.
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is a place with multiple personalities; the population is mainly Cantonese Chinese but British influence is quite visible.
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is a Special Administrative Region of and one of the world's most densely populated spots.
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We treat two adjacent areas together as the Northern Central Region of .
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Northeast . In ancient times, this was an area of steppes and fierce nomadic tribes, outside the built to protect China from those tribes.
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North West was historically a border region with the beginning of the ancient Silk Road, much desert terrain, and mainly Muslim inhabitants including some nomads and rather fierce tribal groups.
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The Southern Central Region of is largely an agricultural area, but it has some quite large cities and considerable industry as well.
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Southeast has always been outward-looking. Many of China's mariners and traders have come from this region and most overseas Chinese can trace their ancestry to the Southeast.
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is the most exotic area of , home to many minority ethnic groups.
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