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County-level city
Yangchun is located in China
Location of the county
Country China
Province Guangdong
Prefecture-level city Yangjiang
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Postal code 529611
Licence plates 粤QX, 粤QY

Yangchun (Chinese Postal Map Romanisation: Yeungchun; simplified Chinese: 阳春; traditional Chinese: 陽春; pinyin: Yángchūn; Jyutping: joeng4ceon1; literally: "sunny spring") is a city located in the southwest of Guangdong Province in southern China. It is a county-level city under the administration of Yangjiang. Yangchun has an area of 4,055 km² and has approximately 1.05 million inhabitants (2003). The seat of government is the urban district Chuncheng (春城 more fully 春城街道).

Administrative divisions

Yangchun is divided into the urban quarter, called Yangchun, and fifteen large municipalities or townships (镇).[1]

The municipalities are:

  • 河塱镇 Helang Town
  • 松柏镇 Songbai Town
  • 石望镇 Shiwang Town
  • 春湾镇 Chunwan Town
  • 合水镇 Heshui Town
  • 陂面镇 Baimian Town
  • 圭岗镇 Kyu Kong Town
  • 永宁镇 Yongning Town
  • 马水镇 Mashui Town
  • 岗美镇 Gangmei Town
  • 河口镇 Hekou Town
  • 潭水镇 Tanshui Town
  • 三甲镇 Sanjia Town
  • 双滘镇 Shuangjiao Town
  • 八甲镇 Bajia Town


  1. ^ "阳春市 (Yangchun [index])" (in Chinese). 


  • "阳春市 (Yangchun [index])". 
  • "阳春市概况地图 (Yangchun overview map)". 

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