YONGCHUN (Chinese : 永春; pinyin : Yǒngchūn;
Min Nan :
Éng-chhun; lit. 'eternal spring') is a county of
Many overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia have ancestors from Yongchun.
The county's historical sites include the Dongguan Bridge , an ancient covered bridge with a number of shrines inside. Originally built in 1145 and renovated a number of times since, the bridge is located in Dongmei village of Dongguan Township, on the road from Yongchun to the neighboring Xianyou County .
* 1 Administration
* 1.1 Towns (镇, zhen) * 1.2 Townships (乡, xiang)
* 2 References * 3 External links
TOWNS (镇, ZHEN)
The county oversees 18 towns:
* Taocheng (桃城镇)—the county seat * Xiayang (下洋镇) * Penghu (蓬壶镇) * Wulijie (五里街镇) * Hushan (岵山镇) * Huyang (湖洋镇) * Yidu (一都镇) * Kengzaikou (坑仔口镇) * Yudou (玉斗镇) * Jindou (锦斗镇)
* Dapu (达埔镇) * Wufeng (吾锋镇) * Shigu (石鼓镇) * Dongping (东平镇) * Dongguan (东关镇) * Guiyang (桂洋镇) * Sukeng (苏坑镇) * Xianjia (仙夹镇)
TOWNSHIPS (乡, XIANG)
There are 4:
* Hengkou Township (横口乡) * Chengxiang Township (呈祥乡) * Jiefu Township (介福乡) * Waishan Township (外山乡)
* ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on April 12, 2011. Retrieved April 23, 2010. * ^ "20-3 年末户籍统计人口数（2009年）". 福建统计年鉴—2010 (IN CHINESE). FUJIAN STATISTICS BUREAU. * ^ Rethinking Chinese transnational enterprises: cultural affinity and business - (2001) By Leo Douw, Cen Huang, David Fu-Keung Ip * ^ CHINA’S HISTORIC BRIDGES: ARCHITECTURE OVER WATER. Fujian Province. Images by Ronald G. Knapp, Larissa L. Mentzer, and Jeffrey D. Knapp * ^ A B 2011年统计用区划代码和城乡划分代码：永春县 (in Chinese). National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China. Retrieved 2012-12-30.
* Official website
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County-level divisions of