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Location of the district in Meizhou
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|• Total||2,755.36 km2 (1,063.85 sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
|Literal meaning||Plum County|
|Former Name (Qing dynasty)|
Its original name was Chengxiang county (程乡) during the southern Han Dynasty where it was first created, all the way to the Song, Yuan and Ming Dynasties, and then renamed Jiaying county during the Qing Dynasty. It only obtained the name Meixian in 1911 during the Xinhai Revolution where it was finally re-named to Meixian.
Meixian almost completely surrounds Meizhou's central urban Meijiang District. This is due to the old urban core of Meixian becoming separated from the bulk of the county in the territorial reorganisations following the 1949 establishment of the People's Republic of China, when it was given equal status.
- Chendong (城东镇)
- Shisan (石扇镇)
- Meixi (梅西镇)
- Daping (大坪镇)
- Shikeng (石坑镇)
- Shuiche (水车镇)
- Meinan (梅南镇)
- Bincun (丙村镇)
- Baidu (白渡镇）
- Songyuan (松源镇)
- Longwen (隆文镇)
- Taoyao (桃尧镇)
- Shejiang (畲江镇)
- Yanyang (雁洋镇)
- Songkou (松口镇)
- Nankou (南口镇)
- Chengjiang (程江镇)
- Fuda (扶大镇)
- 国务院批准广东梅县"撤县设区" 政府驻地不变. China News (in Chinese). 11 November 2013. Retrieved 26 February 2014.
- "Mei County (梅县)" (in Chinese). National Bureau of Statistics of the People's Republic of China. 2013. Retrieved February 27, 2014.
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