Rongjiang County

Rongjiang County (simplified Chinese: 榕江县; traditional Chinese: 榕江縣; pinyin: Róngjiāng Xiàn) is a county in southeastern Guizhou province, China. It is under the administration of the Qiandongnan Miao and Dong Autonomous Prefecture.

Rongjiang County

榕江县

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Rongjiang is located in Guizhou
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Location of the seat in Guizhou
Rongjiang is located in Southwest China
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Rongjiang (Southwest China)
Coordinates (Rongjiang County government): 25°55′55″N 108°31′19″E / 25.9319°N 108.5219°E / 25.9319; 108.5219Coordinates: 25°55′55″N 108°31′19″E / 25.9319°N 108.5219°E / 25.9319; 108.5219
CountryPeople's Republic of China
ProvinceGuizhou
Autonomous prefectureQiandongnan
Township-level divisions
  • 9 towns
  • 4 townships
  • 6 Ethnic townships
County seatGuzhou Town (zh:古州镇)
Area
 • Total3,315.8 km2 (1,280.2 sq mi)
Population
 (2013)
 • Total351,146
 • Density110/km2 (270/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
557200
Area code(s)0855
Websitewww.rongjiang.gov.cn

AdministrationEdit

Rongjiang County is divided into 9 towns and 4 townships and 6 Ethnic townships. Guzhou Town is the county seat which houses Rongjiang County Government and Rongjiang County Council.

  • Towns: Guzhou (古州镇), Zhongcheng (忠诚镇), Zhaihao (寨蒿镇), Pingyong (平永镇), Leli (乐里镇), Langdong (朗洞镇), Zaima (栽麻镇), Pingjiang (平江镇), Bakai (八开镇)
  • Townships: Congyi (崇义乡), Pingyang (平阳乡), Liangwang (两汪乡), Jihua (计划乡)
  • Ethnic Townships (all for the Sui people except Tashi): Renli (仁里水族乡), Sanjiang (三江水族乡), Dingwei (定威水族乡), Xinghua (兴华水族乡), Shuiwei (水尾水族乡), Tashi Yao and Sui (塔石瑶族水族乡)

A 2019 video clip of three young girls in Rongjiang county's Jiatui village crying and begging their parents not to leave for their jobs in the city has received hundreds of thousands of views.[1]

TransportationEdit

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  • S308, S202, S222, S221

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Yan, Alice (2019-02-15). "'Left behind' sisters cry when parents leave home to go to work". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 2019-12-18.

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