Chou-shan Archipelago

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Chou-shan Archipelago:

see Zhoushan ArchipelagoZhoushan Archipelago
, NE Zhejiang prov., China, in the East China Sea, at the entrance to Hangzhou Bay. It includes the main island of Zhoushan and about 100 lesser islands; Dinghai on Zhoushan is the major population center.
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