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Changchun (chäng´chŏŏn´), city (1994 est. pop. 1,810,400), capital of Jilin prov., China, on the railroad between Harbin and Dalian. An industrial city, it is one of the country's major center of transportation equipment production, including motor vehicle parts. Railroad cars, buses, tires, pharmaceuticals, and textiles are also manufactured. An aluminum plant is west of the city. Changchun is also a center for motion picture production. As Hsinking or Xinjing [Chin.,=new capital], it was the capital of the former state of Manchukuo (1932–45). During this period the city was rebuilt along modern lines. Many of the large administrative buildings have been converted into universities; these include Jilin Univ., a polytechnical university, a medical college, and several technical institutes.

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Changchun

Changchun (Ch'ang-ch'un) Capital of Jilin, ne China. As Hsinking it was the capital (1932–45) of the Japanese-occupied) state of Manchukuo. It is an industrial city. Industries: chemicals, textiles, motor vehicles. Pop. (2002 est.) 1,886,500.

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