Tiền Giang ( listen) is a province in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam.
Administrative divisions 
The province comprises one city (thành phố), one town (thị xã), and eight districts (huyện):
- Thành phố Mỹ Tho
- Thị xã Gò Công
- Gò Công Đông
- Gò Công Tây
- Chợ Gạo
- Châu Thành
- Tân Phước
- Cai Lậy
- Cái Bè
- Tân Phú Đông
Notable people from Tiền Giang 
- Empress Dowager Từ Dũ (1810–1902), mother of the Nguyễn Dynasty's Emperor Tu Duc
- Empress Nam Phuong (1914–1963), consort of Emperor Bao Dai, the only empress consort of the Nguyễn Dynasty
- Nguyễn Hữu Huân (1830–1875), a scholar and leader of an anti-French colonialist movement in Cochinchina
- Nguyễn Thị Thập (1908–1996), Deputy Chairwoman of the National Assembly of Vietnam (1960–1975), and Chairwoman of the Women's Federation of Vietnam (1956–1974)
- Truong My Hoa (1945-...), Vice-President of Vietnam (2002–2007), Deputy Chairwoman of the National Assembly of Vietnam (1997–2002), Chairwoman of the Women's Federation of Vietnam (1992–1998)
- Lê Thanh Hải (1950-...), member of the Politburo of the Communist Party of Vietnam, Secretary of the Ho Chi Minh City's Communist Party Committee (2006-date)
- Viet Khang (1973-), Vietnamese song writer and singer, now arrested and held in captivity by the Vietnamese communist regime, for his patriotic songs that highly criticized the regime and it's pro-China stance.
The province's name derives from Sino-Vietnamese 前江, which means "the Front River".
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