ISO 3166-2 codes for the People's Republic of China. The purpose of this family of standards is to establish a worldwide series of short abbreviations for places, for use on package labels, containers and such. Anywhere where a short alphanumeric code can serve to clearly indicate a location in a more convenient and less ambiguous form than the full place name. US readers may wish to consider them as the equivalent of worldwide zip or postal codes. Within the Wikipedia, the codes from the country pages link to the pages for the locations they identify.

Codesystem: 2-character-numeric

Latest Change: ISO 3166-2:2002-05-21

Table of contents
1 Encoding list (34)
2 See also

Encoding list (34)

Municipalities (4)

CN-11 Beijing
CN-50 Chongqing
CN-31 Shanghai
CN-12 Tianjin

Provincies (23)

CN-34 Anhui
CN-35 Fujian
CN-62 Gansu
CN-44 Guangdong
CN-52 Guizhou
CN-46 Hainan
CN-13 Hebei
CN-23 Heilongjiang
CN-41 Henan
CN-42 Hubei
CN-43 Hunan
CN-32 Jiangsu
CN-36 Jiangxi
CN-22 Jilin
CN-21 Liaoning
CN-63 Qinghai
CN-61 Shaanxi
CN-37 Shandong
CN-14 Shanxi
CN-51 Sichuan
CN-71 Taiwan (disputed province)
CN-53 Yunnan
CN-33 Zhejiang

Autonomous Regions (5)

CN-45 Guangxi
CN-15 Nei Mongol
CN-64 Ningxia
CN-65 Xinjiang
CN-54 Xizang

Special administrative regions (2)

CN-91 Hong Kong
CN-92 Macau

See also

  • ISO 3166-2, the reference table for all country region codes.
  • ISO 3166-1, the reference table for all country codes, as used for domain names on the internet.

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