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This map, of the People's Republic of China, was based on results from retrospective questions in the 1990 census.

It indicates that the six coastal provinces and municipalities of Guangdong (mislabelled on this map as Guangzhou, the name of its capital), Beijing, Shanghai, Liaoning, Tianjin, and Jiangsu had substantial net immigration from other provinces in the late 1980s. Guangdong, a centre of modernisation and industrialisation, is easily the "winner" of the 1979 communist economic reforms. Between 1985 and 1990, some 1.26 million people from other Chinese provinces migrated to this province. Only 250,000 people left Guangdong for other provinces.

Among the "losers" are Guangxi, Zhejiang, Hunan, Heilongjiang, Anhui, and Hebei - all provinces with large agricultural sectors and low economic growth.

Though this map is confined to the period 1985-1990, some of the basic outlines of interprovincial migration should still hold true.

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