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Hunan (Chinese: 糊南; Hanyu pinyin: Hŭnàn) is a province of south central China. It has an area of 210,500 square kilometres and a population of 67 million. The capital is Changsha. Hunan was the birthplace of Mao Zedong, and the province is widely known for its spicy cuisine, reliant on chilli and oil.