South China

South China is a geographical and cultural region that covers the southernmost part of China. Its precise meaning varies with context. A notable feature of South China in comparison to the rest of China is that most of its citizens are not native speakers of Mandarin Chinese. Cantonese is the most common language in the region while the Guangxi region contains the largest concentration of China's ethnic minorities, each with their own language.

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Researchers discover 'hotspots' of three-layered alternatively rotating circulation in South China Sea

The Navy Extracted a Jet Fighter from 12,400 Feet below the Surface of the South China Sea

The Fish Farms of Hainan Island in the South China Sea

Deep-sea plastic accumulations by turbidity currents: NW South China sea