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Tiền Giang Province
Tỉnh Tiền Giang
Province
Mỹ Tho
រហស្សនាម: Anterior River
Location of Tiền Giang within Vietnam
កូអរដោនេ: 10°25′N 106°10′E / 10.417°N 106.167°E / 10.417; 106.167Coordinates: 10°25′N 106°10′E / 10.417°N 106.167°E / 10.417; 106.167
Country Vietnam
RegionMekong Delta
CapitalMỹ Tho
រដ្ឋាភិបាល
 • People's Council ChairĐỗ Tấn Minh
 • People's Committee ChairNguyễn Hữu Chí
ផ្ទៃក្រឡា
 • សរុប២៣៦៧ គម (៩១៤ ម៉ាយ ការ)
ប្រជាជន (2009)
 • សរុប១,៦៣៥,៧០០
 • សន្ទភាពBad rounding here០,០០០៦៩/គម (Bad rounding here០,០០១៨/ម៉ាយ ការ)
Demographics
 • EthnicitiesVietnamese, Hoa, Khmer, Tày
ល្វែងម៉ោងICT (ម.ស.ស.+7)
Calling code73
ក្រមអ.ម.អ. ៣១៦៦VN-46
គេហទំព័រtiengiang.gov.vn

Tiền Giang (listen ) is a province in the Mekong Delta region of southern Vietnam.

Administrative divisions[កែប្រែ]

The province comprises one city (thành phố), one town (thị xã), and eight districts (huyện):

  1. Thành phố Mỹ Tho
  2. Thị xã Gò Công
  3. Gò Công Đông
  4. Gò Công Tây
  5. Chợ Gạo District
  6. Châu Thành
  7. Tân Phước
  8. Cai Lậy
  9. Cái Bè
  10. Tân Phú Đông

Notable people from Tiền Giang[កែប្រែ]

  1. Empress Dowager Từ Dũ (1810–1902), mother of the Nguyễn Dynasty's Emperor Tự Đức
  2. Empress Nam Phương (1914–63), consort of Emperor Bảo Đại, the only empress consort of the Nguyễn Dynasty
  3. Nguyễn Hữu Huân (1830–75), a scholar and leader of an anti-French colonialist movement in Cochinchina
  4. Nguyễn Thị Thập (1908–96), Deputy Chairwoman of the National Assembly of Vietnam (1960–75), and Chairwoman of the Women's Federation of Vietnam (1956–74)
  5. Trương Mỹ Hoa (1945-...), Vice President of Vietnam (2002–07), Deputy Chairwoman of the National Assembly of Vietnam (1997–2002), Chairwoman of the Women's Federation of Vietnam (1992–98)
  6. 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)
  7. 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 its pro-China stance.

Etymology[កែប្រែ]

The province's name derives from Sino-Vietnamese , which means "the Front River".

External links[កែប្រែ]

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