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甘肅省.com, 廣東省.net, 濟南.net, 西寧.net [Provinces & Capitals)

Language: Chinese --> 甘肅省.com --> Gansu (Chinese Province) [Trad.] --> 廣東省.net --> Guangdong Province [Trad.] --> 濟南.net --> Ji'nan (capital of Shandong province) [Trad.] --> 西寧.net --> Xining, capital of Qinghai province in west China [Trad.]

A province, in the context of China, is a translation of sheng (省 shěng), which is an administrative division of China. Together with municipalities and autonomous regions, provinces make up the first level (known as the province level) of administrative division in Mainland China. The Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau are often said to be province-level as well, though in reality they have much more autonomy than regular provinces, autonomous regions, or municipalities.

Theoretically, provinces are also the first level division of the Republic of China on Taiwan, though this role has been greatly diminished.

The People's Republic of China currently administers 22 provinces, out of a total of 33 province level divisions,
甘肅省 (Gansu Province)
Gansu is a province located in the northwest of the People's Republic of China. It lies between Qinghai, Inner Mongolia, and the Huangtu Plateaus, and borders Mongolia to the north. The Huang He river passes the southern part of the province. It has a population of approximately 25 million (1997) and has a large concentration of Hui Chinese. The capital of the province is Lanzhou, located in the southeast part of Gansu.
廣東省 (Guangdong Province)
Guǎngdōng is a province on the south coast of the People's Republic of China. Sometimes, "Canton Province" (based on an obsolete French-derived transliteration of "Guangdong") is used to mean Guangdong.
The province is now one of the richest in the nation, with the highest total GDP among all provinces, and has managed to attract 30 million migrants. Its nominal GDP for 2003 was 165 billion USD, increased to 265 billion USD in 2005 (about the same size as Denmark) and it contributes approximately 12% of national economic output. Guangzhou and Shenzhen are among the four most important cities in China.
濟南 (Jinan)
Jinan is a sub-provincial city and the capital of Shandong province, People's Republic of China. Located in western Shandong, it borders Liaocheng to the southwest, Dezhou to the northwest, Binzhou to the northeast, Zibo to the east, Laiwu to the southeast and Tai'an to the south.
Population: 5,900,000
西寧 (Xining)
Xining is the capital of Qinghai Province, People's Republic of China.
As of 1999, the total population of Xining is approximately 695,000, with an urban population of 586,700.

Looking for offers in the $xxx - $xxxx for the Capitals and $xxxx for the Provinces.
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Re: 甘肅省.com, 廣東省.net, 濟南.net, 西寧.net [Provinces & Capitals)

Really good ones.
but why in traditional Chinese?
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