Provincial-level administrative divisions (Chinese: 省级行政区; pinyin: shěng-jí xíngzhèngqū) or first-level administrative divisions (Chinese: 一级行政区; pinyin: yī-jí xíngzhèngqū), are the highest-level Chinese administrative divisions.

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  • Provinces (Chinese: 省; pinyin: Shěng), formally provincial-level administrative divisions (Chinese: 省级行政区; pinyin: Shěng Jí Xíngzhèngqū) or first-level administrative divisions (Chinese: 一级行政区; pinyin: Yī Jí Xíngzhèngqū), are the highest-level Chinese administrative divisions. There are 34 such divisions, classified as 23 provinces (including Taiwan Province, which is actually controlled by the People's Republic of China), four municipalities, five autonomous regions, and two Special Administrative Regions.The People's Republic of China (PRC) claims sovereignty over the territory administered by the Republic of China (ROC), claiming most of it as its Taiwan Province. The ROC also administers some offshore islands which form Fujian Province, ROC. These were part of an originally unified Fujian province, which since the stalemate of the Chinese Civil War in 1949 has been divided between the PRC and ROC.Note that every province (except Hong Kong and Macau, the two special administrative regions) has a Communist Party of China provincial committee (Chinese: 省委; pinyin: shěng wěi), headed by a secretary (Chinese: 书记; pinyin: shūjì). The committee secretary is in effective charge of the province, rather than the nominal governor of the provincial government. (en)
  • Provincial-level administrative divisions (Chinese: 省级行政区; pinyin: shěng-jí xíngzhèngqū) or first-level administrative divisions (Chinese: 一级行政区; pinyin: yī-jí xíngzhèngqū), are the highest-level Chinese administrative divisions. There are 33 such divisions, classified as 22 provinces (Chinese: 省; pinyin: shěng) (not including Taiwan, which is claimed but has never been controlled by the People's Republic of China (PRC), Taiwan is currently controlled by the opposing democratic Republic of China (Taiwan)), four municipalities, five autonomous regions, and two Special Administrative Regions.The People's Republic of China (PRC) claims sovereignty over the territory administered by the Republic of China (Taiwan), this claim is rejected by the President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Taiwanese government. The Republic of China (Taiwan) administers some offshore islands which form Fujian Province, ROC. These were part of an originally unified Fujian province, which since the stalemate of the Chinese Civil War in 1949 has been divided between the two rival countries of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and the Republic of China (Taiwan).Note that every province (except Hong Kong and Macau, the two special administrative regions) has a Communist Party of China provincial committee (Chinese: 省委; pinyin: shěngwěi), headed by a secretary (Chinese: 书记; pinyin: shūjì). The committee secretary is in effective charge of the province, rather than the nominal governor of the provincial government. (en)
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  • Map comparing administrative divisions as drawn by the PRC and ROC. (en)
  • Map of the PRC in 1949. (en)
  • Administrative divisions of the Republic of China (1912–49). Note: this map depicts the theoretical administrative divisions of the Republic of China, which are not synchronized with the actual administrative divisions of the People's Republic of China. The ROC controls Taiwan and nearby islands while the PRC controls Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau. (en)
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  • 特别行政区 (en)
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  • 特別行政區 (en)
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  • province-level administrative divisions (en)
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  • Provincial-level administrative divisions (Chinese: 省级行政区; pinyin: shěng-jí xíngzhèngqū) or first-level administrative divisions (Chinese: 一级行政区; pinyin: yī-jí xíngzhèngqū), are the highest-level Chinese administrative divisions. (en)
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  • Provinces of China (en)
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