One of my friends tells me she likes accent about south China.And I don't think it is right,but I don't know how to articulate that correctly.Can you help me?Thank you so much.
We use "the South China ..." only if it is followed by a noun, as Paul did in "the South China accent". In this case the name "South China" is being used as if it were an adjective. The article "the" belongs to "accent", not to "South China". The capital S would signify that "South China" is an established name of a region.[...] What is the difference between the South China,south China and the south of China?