Category:Autonomous regions of the People's Republic of China
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English: Chinese Autonomous regions (自治区 zìzhìqū) are province-level divisions with a designated ethnic minority, and are guaranteed more rights under the constitution. For example, they have a chairman (where regular provinces have governors), who must be of the ethnic group as specified by the autonomous region (Tibetan, Uyghur, etc) Autonomous regions were established after communist takeover, following Soviet nationality policy. There are five in total.
Español: Las Regiones Autónomas de China (自治区 zìzhìqū) son divisiones a nivel provincial con una minoría étnica determinada, y se les garantiza más derechos en la Constitución. Son cinco en total.
People's Republic of China province-level subdivision
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autonomous administrative territorial entity of China
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This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total.
- Guangxi (21 C, 1 P, 187 F)
- Inner Mongolia (31 C, 2 P, 64 F)
- Maps of autonomous regions of China (6 C, 2 F)
- Ningxia (12 C, 2 P, 99 F)
- Tibet Autonomous Region (9 C, 80 F)
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