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Postal code of China

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Postal code of China

2-digit postcode areas China (defined through the first two postcode digits)

Postal codes (邮政编码 or 邮编/郵政編碼 or 郵編; Pinyin: yóuzhèng biānmǎ or yóuzhèng) in China are a numeric six-digit system for the whole country.

The first two digits show the province, province-equivalent municipality, or autonomous region; the third digit the postal zone; the fourth digit the prefectures or prefecture-level city; the last two digits the delivery post office.

Hong Kong and Macau, which have their own postal systems, have Chinese postcodes.[1][2] However, they are not widely used.

Partial list (provincial capitals, municipalities, sub-provincial cities):

Ranges:

References

  1. ^ http://www.cpi.com.cn/cpi-eng/code/HangKong.asp
  2. ^ http://www.cpi.com.cn/cpi-eng/code/Macao.asp

External links

  • Name Address Database of China Post (Chinese)
  • Chinese National Philatelic Corporation Postal Codes in China (in English, incomplete)
  • Hong Kong Postal code and Postal address Likely Malware Site or Hi-Jacked domain
  • China Zip Code Search at www.ChinaTour360.com
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