Zizhiqu

Zizhiqu

In China, an autonomous region. A zizhiqu is like a sheng (or province), but theoretically is subject to less control from the central government.
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Research of sustainable utilization of Cordyceps sinensis resources in Naqu region of Xizang Zizhiqu. Ecological Economy, 6: 112-114
7.4-7, 11-12) and Zhangjiecun in the Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region (6th-4th century; Ningxia Huizu zizhiqu wenwu kaogu yanjiusuo and Pengyangxian wenwuzhan 2002).
Also, when listing the autonomous administrative hierarchy for ethnic nationalities in China, it is erroneous to put zizhiqu after zizhizhou and zizhixian (p.
Wentai, Blenging Fly Ash Compound Cement Soil Mechanical Properties and Durability Research, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Neimenggu Zizhiqu, China, 2013 (Chinese).
(22) Gongshang Zongju Jingzheng Zhifa Ju [SAIC Anti-Monopoly Bureau], Guanyu Nei Menggu Zizhiqu Yancao Gongsi Chifcngshi Gongsi Lanyong Shichang Zhipei Diwei Xingwei de Chufa Jueding [Decision regarding the Penalty on the Abuse of Dominant Behavior of Tobacco Company in Chifeng, Nei Menggu Municipality], Jingzheng Zhifa Gonggao 2014 Nian Di 15 Hao [Competition Law Enforcement 2014 No.
"Main Data Bulletin about the 2010 Sixth National Census in Xinjiang [xinjiang weiwuer zizhiqu 2010 nian diliuci quanguo renkou pucha zhuyao shuju gongbao]." Xinjiang Statistical Bureau, May 6th, 2011.
Guangxi Zhuangzu Zizhiqu di fang zhi bian zuan wei yuan hui [Committee for the Compilation of Local Gazetteers in the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region] 1992.
autonomous regions (zizhiqu), four municipalities, and two special
Edited by Xinjiang Weiwu'er Zizhiqu Hami diqu wenhuachu.
Zizhiqu (meaning autonomy), which officially predicates the right to each nationality group to develop its own culture and language (Quan, 2003), to exercise self-government, and to determine the use of natural resources and course of development, is what China maintains it now practices in minority regions.
Left: camels and horses approach the dunes to the south of Maralbushi in Turkestan (today part of the autonomous region of Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu in southwestern China) during Stein's third expedition to the region, c.
The People's Republic of China is divided into 23 provinces (sheng), five autonomous regions (zizhiqu), abbreviated hereafter as A.R., four municipalities (shi), abbreviated hereafter as M, and two special administrative zones: Hong Kong and Macao.