Jilin Province (Jílín Shěng 吉林省)

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Jilin Province in northeast China is both an important industry base and a rich source of the country’s commodity grains. Ethnic Koreans make up a relatively large part of its population. Jilin is about the size of the state of North Dakota with roughly forty-three times the population.

Jilin Province is located in the northeastern region of China. Bordering Russia on the east and North Korea on the southeast, Jilin also….

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