Qianjiang District

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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Qianjiang District (simplified Chinese: ; traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Qiánji ng Q ; Vietnamese: Ki m Giang) is a district in the southeastern part of Chongqing Municipality of the People''s Republic of China. The Miao and Tujia constitute 50.03% of the Qianjiang population, the other half being mostly Han (49.94%). Qianjiang is nicknamed "The Throat of Sichuan and Hubei" ( ) because it sits on the intersection of Sichuan-Hubei and Sichuan-Hunan Roads ( ). There used to be a large region called Qianjiang Prefecture containing this smaller Qianjiang as well. Qianjiang District used to be a county under a now-abolished prefecture (later development area) by the same name. At the beginning of the Han Dynasty, Qianjiang was administratively part of the Fuling District. In 585 (during the Sui Dynasty), Shicheng District ( ) was established as part of Yong Prefecture ( ), with the district seat at today''s Ba Village of Baxiang County ( ). In 607, Yong Prefecture was replaced by Badong Commandery ( ).

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