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  Survivor Skills - China- Survivor 15: China
Central China consists of smaller mountains and foothills, deserts, salt lakes and the dry grasslands south of Mongolia.
Jiangxi is a southern province of the People's Republic of China, spanning from the banks of the Yangtze River in the north into hillier areas in the south.
Mountains surround Jiangxi on three sides, with the Mufu Mountains, Jiuling Mountains, and Luoxiao Mountains on the west; Huaiyu Mountains and Wuyi Mountains on the east; and the Jiulian Mountains and Dayu Mountains in the south.
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  Hunan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Communists maintained a guerilla army in the mountains along the Hunan-Jiangxi border until 1934, when under pressure from the Nationalist (Kuomintang, KMT) forces they began the famous Long March to bases in Shaanxi Province.
After the departure of the Communists, the KMT army fought against the Japanese in the second Sino-Japanese war, defending the capital Changsha until it fell in 1944, when Japan launched Operation Ichigo to control the railroad from Wuchang to Guangzhou (Guanghan Railway).
The east, south and west sides of the province are surrounded by mountains and hills, such as the Wuling Mountains to the northwest, the Xuefeng Mountains to the west, the Nanling Mountains to the south, and the Luoxiao Mountains to the east.
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 Jiangxi - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Mountains surround Jiangxi on three sides, with the Mufu Mountains, Jiuling Mountains, and Luoxiao Mountains on the west; Huaiyu Mountains and Wuyi Mountains on the east; and the Jiulian Mountains and Dayu Mountains in the south.
The southern half of the province is hilly with ranges and valleysinterspersed; while the northern half is flatter and lower in altitude.
The highest point in Jiangxi is Mount Huanggang in the Wuyi Mountains, on the border withFujian.
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 JiangXi-China
In terms of topography the province is characteristic of mountains and hills.
Mountainous areas take up 36% of the total land, hills 42% and plains and water field 22%.
The chief mountain ranges are along the border areas, Mt.Huaiyu in the northeast embracing the largest copper reserves of the province.
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 Jiangxi - The Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Its encirclement by mountains has allowed the lands of Jiangxi to develop as a separate geographic entity.
The southern half of the province is hilly with ranges and valleys interspersed; while the northern half is flatter and lower in altitude.
The highest point in Jiangxi is Mount Huanggang in the Wuyi Mountains, on the border with Fujian.
www.the-encyclopedia.com /description/Jiangxi   (1634 words)

  
 Jiangxi Province   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
The topographies of Jiangxi are dominated by mountainous and hilly land, with mountains covering 36 percent of the province's total territory, hills, 42 percent.
Precipitation is richer in its southern, eastern and mountainous regions and less in the northern, western and basin areas.
The average annual rainfall in the mountains of Wuyi, Huaiyu and Jiuling can be as high as 1,800-2,000 mm while that of the area along the Yangtze River and the Poyang Lake and the Jitai Basin is between 1,350 mm and 1,400 mm.
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 americasroof news - hiking and climbing the highest mountains and hills in the world and U.S.
It is surrounded by Wuling, Wushan, Daba, Wudang, Tongbai, Dabie and Mufu mountains on the west, north and east.
It is bordered by hills and mountains, the land generally sloping towards Poyang Lake in the north.
The Mufu, Jiuling, Wugong and Wanyang mountains lie in the west; the Dayuling and Jiulian mountains in the south; the Huaiyu and Wuyi mountains in the east; and Lushan Mountain in the north.
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 Hunan Province
Hunan is surrounded with mountains on three sides: Mufu and Luoxiao mountains in the east, Nanling Mountain in the south, and Wuling and Xuefeng mountain in the west.
Among the total area of Hunan, mountainous regions account for 51.2 percent, while basins, plains and hilly areas account for 13.9 percent, 13.1 percent and 15.4 percent respectively.
Third, areas with an abruptly changeable climate are surrounded by mountains in three directions, especially in the mountainous regions in west and south Hunan.
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 Changingtrip.com
In the strip of land dividing the two provinces of Jiangxi and Hu'nan in central China lies the Jinggang Mountains which is actually the middle section of the Luoxiao Mountain Range.
This is the poem known as "The Jinggang Mountains-to the melody of Xijiangyue".
Ciping, considered the heart of the Jinggang Mountains, is a small-size basin in the rugged hills.
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 Untitled Document
As one of the five sacred mountains in China, Mt Hengshan, different with Mt Hengshan in Shanxi Province, is esteemed as Nan Yue (South Mountain).
The mountain is a nice summer getaway and the only place in south China to watch snow in winter.
Hunan is surrounded by mountains on the east, west, and south, and by the Yangtze River on the north.
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 Hunan Atlas
Climatic features: Subtropical, humid, monsoonal climate; short winters with low temperatures in the south and the northwestern mountains; frequent rainstorms between spring and summer; droughts from summer to autumn.
Physical features: Mountains and hills cover 80 percent of the province; a small plain surrounds Dongting Lake in the central north.
Mountains: Wuling Mountains in the northwest; Xuefeng Mountains in the central west; Luoxiao Mountains in the east; Nanling Mountains in the south.
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 :: APMN | mountains - North and East China ::
Most of the mountains of China are physiographically related to those of Central Asia.
The mountains of China south of the Huang River and east of the Wuhan Basin are basically hill ranges that appear prominent owing to the surrounding lowlands.
In contrast to the hills of coastal mainland China, those across the Formosa Strait in Taiwan are truly mountainous.
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 Jiangxi
Most of the region is mountainous areas, among those mountains there are Lu Shan, Jinggang Shan, Longhu Shan (Mountain of Dragon and Tiger) and Sanqing Shan, etc. Tengwang Pavilion is one of the three famous pavilions in southeast China.
The province of Jiangxi stretched between the Yangzi river in the north and a mountainous border in the south.
Lushan, or Kuling, as it was called in English, was established as a mountain resort town by European and American settlers late last century as an escape from lowland China's sweaty summers.
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 SITUATION
There is Luoxiao Mountain on the east, Nanling Mountain on the south, and Wuling Mountain, Xuefeng Mountain on the west.
The founding of primitive social relics on Chengtou Mountain of Li county, Changde, early nearly 2000 years of the civilization history of China.
The tin mountain in Xinhua is of hundred-year history, and it is called the world tin city.
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 Hunan - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Autumn Harvest Uprising of 1927 led by Hunanese native
The Communists maintained a guerilla army in the mountains along the Hunan-
The east, south and west sides of the province are surrounded by mountains and hills, such as the Wuling Mountains to the northwest, the
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 China Travel/Tour Resource
Most of the region is mountainous areas, among those mountains there are Lu Shan, Jinggang Shan, Longhu Shan (Mountain of Dragon and Tiger) and Sanqing Shan, etc. Tengwang Pavilion is one of the three famous pavilions in southeast China.
The province of Jiangxi stretched between the Yangzi river in the north and a mountainous border in the south.
The remote Jinggangshan region, in the Luoxiao mountains along the Hunan-Jiangxi border, played a crucial role in the early Communist movement.
www.2002china.net /china_columns/provinces/jiangxi.shtml   (587 words)

  
 Scenarios_places   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Emei Shan is a sacred Buddhist mountain and has long been a place of pilgrimage for the devout as well as for nature lovers.
Tibet, truly on the "roof of the world", has an average altitude of over 4,000 meters (13,200ft) and is situated on a massive plateau beside the mighty Himalaya and some of the world’s highest mountains.
The lofty and majestic Jinggang Mountains, covering 670 square km, tower in the central part of Mount Luoxiao and stretch over the border of Hunan and Jiangxi provinces.
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 China Travel Service - China Travel Guide
The majority of local minorities live in the mountainous regions of west, south and east Hunan.
The Communists maintained a guerilla army in the mountains along the Hunan-Jiangxi border until 1934, when under pressure from the Nationalist (Guomindang) forces they began the famous Long March to bases in Shaanxi Province.
Mountains: Wuling Mountains in the northwest; Xuefeng Mountains in the central west; Luoxiao Mountains in the east; Nanting Mountains in the south
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 Save Chinas Tigers > Articles > Tigers in China > SOUTH CHINA TIGER RESERVES
One of the areas is Meihua (Plum Blossom) Mountain, an ideal environment for tiger habitation.
The Meihua Mountain, known as Meihuashan in Chinese, is a Nature Reserve under China’s first grade protection.
In October 1998, with the backing of the State Forestry Administration of China, a programme to re-establish the South China Tiger in Meihua Mountain was put into place, and the South China Tiger Research and Rehabilitation Centre was created.
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 Mt.Jinggangshan Revolutionary Martyrs Cemetery
Ciping is the central view in the area, which is a basin surrounded by green mountains.
On the walls were carved the directories of 15,744 martyrs of 7 counties of the base area during the struggle on Jinggang Mountains.
Located at the face of the Buddha style mountain, the monument is at the top of the cemetery.
www.chinatravelz.net /china/Jiangxi/Mt.Jinggangshan/Jinggangshan-Cemetery/index.asp   (1257 words)

  
 Travel in China,Jinggang Mountain
The lofty and majestic Jinggang Mountains, covering 670 square km, tower in the central part of Mount Luoxiao and stretch over the border of Hunan and Jiangxi provinces.
The breathtaking mountains boast 100-odd peaks unique in shape, of the peaks, some look like tigers leaping over the deep stream, appearing in all their glory as if they were made by uncanny craftsmanship.
When floating halfway up to the mountain, it becomes strips of clouds; when drifting among the peaks, it turns into the valley for.
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 Save Chinas Tigers - Version imprimable
In August we went up to the mountain with two dogs, and when we were walking, the dogs barked at something.
Daily ground surveys will be conducted by walking mountain trails at different altitudes and in different habitat types as well as checking previously determined tiger sign locations.
The artificial spruce is continuously planted and cut on the lower mountain slopes.
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 Jiangxi -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Jiangxi is centred on the (Click link for more info and facts about Gan River) Gan River valley, which provides the main north-south transport route of China.
The highest point in Jiangxi is Mount Huanggang in the Wuyi Mountains, on the border with (Click link for more info and facts about Fujian) Fujian.
It has an altitude of 2157 (The 13th letter of the Roman alphabet) m.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/J/Ji/Jiangxi.htm   (2601 words)

  
 Hills
Most of them are interspersed with the mountains from which they were formed through age-old erosion.
The southern section of this hilly region protrudes between the Huanghai and Bohai seas to form the Liaodong Peninsula and its middle section is crossed by the Qianshan Mountains from north to south.
The Jiannan Hills comprise vast low-hill areas south of the Yangtze River, north of the Nanling range, east of the Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau and west of the Wuyi Mountains.
www.china.org.cn /english/travel/40484.htm   (488 words)

  
 Hunan Province
Annual average rainfall: 1,250 - 1,750 mm; high precipitation on the seaward side of mountains; 40 percent of the rain falls from April to June
Elevation extremes: The land in Hunan generally slopes from the east, south and west towards the north like the shape of a horse's hoof.
Among the total area of Hunan, mountainous regions account for 51.2%, while basins, plains and hilly areas account for 13.9%, 13.1% and 15.4% respectively.
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 JiangXi-China
Infrastructure in these sites will be further enhanced to realize the all-around development of “Red tourism,” the goal of the second phase, according to the program.
Located on the border of Jiangxi and Hunan provinces, Jinggang Mountain is the mid point of the Luoxiao Mountain Range.
In late April, 1928, the remaining army led by Zhu De and Chen Yi met there to join the army led by Mao Zedong and to set up the 4th Red Army.
www.jxcn.cn /269/2005-3-14/30012@147224.htm   (291 words)

  
 Tourism Investment Expected At Old Revolutionary Base
An ambitious local government has planned to attract 4 million tourists annually by 2005.
Jinggangshan, located in the middle section of the Luoxiao Mountains in the southwest part of Jiangxi Province, was the first revolutionary base established in the countryside by the first generation of Chinese Communist Party leaders like Mao Zedong and Zhu De.
The number of tourists here has kept increasing at an annual rate of 20 percent in recent years, and the figure even reached a peak of 40 percent in the first half of the year, local statistics indicate.
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The starting section Mashi (Taihe)- Luomukeng(Nankang) is hilly area with sharp undulation in landform, steep mountains and numerous gullies.
(5) The RIP road Suichuang-Chezi' ao is featured with hilly and low mountain topography, with a terrain strikes from southeast upward gradually to northwest.
In the Ji' an prefecture, there are 3 scenery spots such as Jinggangshan Mountain, Qingyuanshan Mountain and Yusishan Monutain.
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 Tourism Investment Expected at Old Revolutionary Base   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
An ambitious local government has planned to attract 4 million tourists annually by 2005.
Jinggangshan, located in the middle section of the Luoxiao Mountains in the southwest part of Jiangxi Province, was the first revolutionary base established in the countryside by the first generation of Chinese Communist Party leaders like Mao Zedong and Zhu De.
The number of tourists here has kept increasing at an annual rate of 20 percent in recent years, and the figure even reached a peak of 40 percent in the first half of the year, local statistics indicate.
www.china.com.cn /english/MATERIAL/15121.htm   (301 words)

  
 Changsha China Vacations Changsha Tour Information, Changsha Hotels reservation
The date of September 19 usually heralds the arrival of autumn, when the leaves covering the mountains turn red, providing a sharp contrast with the crystal-blue water of the Xiangjiang River running nearby.
A large section of northeast Changsha is actually an extending part of the Mufu-Luoxiao mountain ranges, and its north west part is linked with the Xuefeng Mountain.
The mountainous areas account for 29.52 percent of Changsha's total area, hilly areas 41.02 percent, plateaus 25.30 percent and lakes and rivers 4.16 percent.
www.chinahotelsreservation.com /china_cities/changsha.html   (1450 words)

  
 Peoples in Middle and Southeast China_Virtual Science Museum of China
The Yao nationality has a long history and is famous for its industriousness and wisdom.
Except for some small parts that live in the hills and river valleys, most of them are scattered in high mountains, such as Wuling Mountain, Shiwan Mountain, Duyang Mountain, Xuefeng Mountain, Luoxiao Mountain, Liuxiao Mountain and Ailou Mountain.
Originated from the "savage Changsha and Wuling tribes", the Yao ancestors lived around Changsha and Wuling counties, which are today's river valley areas along Xiangjiang River, Zijiang River, Yuan River and the Dongting Lake.
www.kepu.com.cn /english/nationalitymse/yao/200312240070.html   (365 words)

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