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ရှောက်စန်းမြို့ Names and administrative levels of Shaoshan:
တရုတ်ပြည်သူ့သမ္မတနိုင်ငံ အထူးအုပ်ချုပ်ခွင့်ရဒေသများ (၂)ခု - Special Administrative Regions (特别行政区)
ကွမ်တုန်းပြည်နယ် ဟောင်ကောင် နှင့် မကာအို တို့သည် ဗြိတိသျှ နှင့် ပေါ်တူဂီ တို့၏ ကိုလိုနီ မဖြစ်ခင်က ကွမ်တုန်းပြည်နယ်၏ အစိပ်အပိုင်းများ ဖြစ်ခဲ့သည်။ သို့ရာတွင် ယခုအခါ ယင်းတို့သည် အထူးအုပ်ချုပ်ခွင့်ရဒေသ (special administrative regions - SARs) များ ဖြစ်နေပြီဖြစ်သည်။ သို့ဖြစ်၍ ဒေသတွင်းအုပ်ချုပ်ရေးဆိုင်ရာများတွင် ကွမ်တုန်းပြည်နယ်မှ ဝင်ရောက်စွက်ဖက်ခြင်း မပြုနိုင်ပေ။
တာလီမြို့ တာလီမြို့နှင့်ယူနန်ပြည်နယ်မြို့တော်ကူမင်း(ခွန်းမင်)သည် လေကြောင်းဖြင့် မိနစ် ၄၀ ကြာခရီးကွာဝေးသည်။ . Dali's newly finished administrative district that houses the newly opened Dali International Convention Center is in Longshan District. The Dali government's urban planning keeps its old and new districts separate, to encourage tourism.
ရှိန်းကျိန့်မြို့ Mandarin native speakers, whose majority is out-of-province immigrants and their descendants are found unwilling to learn any of Cantonese, Hakka or Teochew, probably due to Mandarin's dominance, advantages, administrative legitimacy, educational priority, societal bias, and official statuses at national, provincial, and municipal levels, as well as those languages' inherent complexities and difficulties.
ရှိန်းကျိန့်မြို့ According to the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, in 2002, 7,200 Hong Kong residents commuted daily to Shenzhen for work, and 2,200 students from Shenzhen commuted to school in Hong Kong. Though neighbouring each other, daily commuters still need to pass through customs and immigration checkpoints, as travel between the SEZ and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) is restricted.
စန်ကာကူကျွန်းအငြင်းပွားမှု The United States Department of State has stated that it does not take an official position on who owns the islands. Top US government officials, however, have declared in 2004, 2010, and September 2012, that as Japan maintains effective administrative control on the islands, the islands fall under the 1960 Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan which requires the US to assist Japan in defending the islands if anyone, including China, attacks or attempts to occupy or control them.[73]
သောက္ကတဲ From then on, as a part of modern nation building process, modern national Siamese or Thai history comprises the history of Sukhothai. Sukhothai was said to be the 'first national capital', followed by Ayutthaya, Thonburi until Rattanakosin or today Bangkok. Sukhothai history was crucial among Siam/ Thailand's 'modernists', both 'conservative' and 'revolutionary'. Rama IV (King Mongkut) said that he found 'the first Stone Inscription' in Sukhothai, telling story of Sukhothai's origin, heroic kings such as Ramkhamhaeng, administrative system and other developments, considered as the 'prosperous time' of the kingdom.
စန်ကာကူကျွန်းအငြင်းပွားမှု The Nixon Administration removed the Senkakus from its inclusion in the concept of Japanese "residual sovereignty" in presenting the Okinawa Reversion Treaty to the U.S. Senate for ratification. On October 20, 1971, Secretary of State William Rogers sent a letter to U.S Congress. In his letter, Acting Assistant Legal Adviser Robert Starr stated "The United States believes that a return of administrative rights over those islands to Japan, from which the rights were received, can in no way prejudice any underlying claims. The United States cannot add to the legal rights Japan possessed before it transferred administration of the islands to us, nor can the United States, by giving back what it received, diminish the rights of other claimants... The United States has made no claim to the Senkaku Islands and considers that any conflicting claims to the islands are a matter for resolution by the parties concerned."[72] Several experts have attributed this Nixon Administration policy shift as having been influenced by White House overtures to China during 1971-1972, culminating in the Nixon visit to China.[69]