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Changshu Jiangyin Kunshan Rugao Taixing Taizhou Yancheng Zhangjiagang Jurong Fengxian Gaoyou Taicang Liyang Luhe Yizheng Ganyu Jintan Hongze Suqian Rudong Wuxian Jiangdu Baoying Xinghua Dafeng Sheyang Wujiang Wujin Yixing Zhaoyuan Binhai Donghai Huai'an Ji'an Jiangning Jingjiang Pixian
Governor: Liang Baohua
Government office address: 70 West Beijing Road, Nanjing City
Post code: 210013
Jiangsu, situated at the center of the eastern coast, is between 116018' and 121057' east longitude and between 30045' and 35020' north latitude. It stretches on both banks of the lower reaches of the Yangtze River and boards the Yellow Sea in the east. Its coastline extends some 1,000 km. The province links Anhui and Shandong provinces in the northwest and borders with Shanghai and Zhejiang Province in the southeast. It covers a total area of 102,600 square km, making up 1.06 percent of China's total territory.
By the end of 2002, the province's telephone switching system capacity had expanded to 21.74 million lines. The number of fixed telephone subscribers had reached 16.6 million. The number of mobile phone subscribers increased by 4.66 million in 2002. The number of Internet users reached 3.929 million.
TV and radio stations
The province boasts a total of 14 radio stations, 21 medium and long-wave broadcasting transmission and relay stations, and 14 TV stations. The coverage for the Population is 99.6 percent for radio and 99.5 percent for TV. Jiangsu Cable TV programs can reach Russia in the north, Australia in the south, Japan in the east and Eastern Europe and North Africa in the west through the Asia-II satellite. Voice of Jinling is a radio program devoted mainly to serving Taiwan compatriots.