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  Qinghai
The province lies in the upper reaches of the Yangtze and the Yellow river valleys in the southern part of northwestern China.
Qinghai is the origin of the Yangtze and Yellow rivers, abundant in river branches, streams, lakes as well as wildlife resources.
The scenic quality of Qinghai's widely varying landscape is superb and enticing, offering from the ranges of gleaming mountains with glacier-capped peaks over 6,000 meters high to the Gobi desert dunes of Qaidam, from lush ranch land to the sapphire-like lakes of vast area, all this has created a land of marvel, mystery and diversity.
www.chinaculture.org /gb/en_map/2003-09/24/content_21654.htm   (606 words)

  
 English Channel
Qinghai province is in the north west of China where the Yangtze and Yellow rivers originate.
Qinghai is ranked among the top 10 provinces that hold the largest amount of mineral reserves for 51 of these resources in terms of China's total reserves.
Qinghai is one of the least populated provinces in China.
www.cctv.com /english/tc/sanji/qinghai.html   (1292 words)

  
 Discovering China: CityScape
Qinghai was named after Qinghai Lake, the largest saltwater lake in China.
The population of Qinghai is a mixture of cultures, religions, and ethnicity.
With the exception of the eastern area around the provincial capital Xining, Qinghai was not incorporated into the Chinese Empire until the early 18th century.
library.thinkquest.org /26469/cityscape/qinghai.html   (653 words)

  
 Province View-china.org.cn
Qinghai Province got its name from its Qinghai Lake, the largest inland saltwater lake in the country.
Qinghai is one of the five major pasturelands in China.
Qinghai has 290 kinds of birds and 109 species of mammal beasts, 21 of them being under first-class state protection, 53 being under second-class state protection, 36 being under provincial protection, and 22 having been listed in the International Trade Convention on Endangered Wild Animals and Plants, Appendixes I and II.
www.china.org.cn /english/features/ProvinceView/156206.htm   (1246 words)

  
 Qinghai
Most areas of the province are mountainous and at high elevations, and the province is also the source of the Yangzie River and the Huanghe River.
The province is naturally divided into two parts by Riyue Mountain, with a pastoral area in the west and agricultural area in the east.
The population density of Qinghai was low on the whole, but it is higher in the east and lower in the west.
www.unescap.org /esid/psis/population/database/chinadata/qinghai.htm   (2617 words)

  
 China Travel Service - China Travel Guide
Qinghai Province, abbreviated as "Qing" in Chinese, got its name from its Qinghai Lake, the largest inland saltwater lake in the country.
Qinghai is inhabited by 55 ethnic groups, and the population of minority ethnic groups has reached 2.35 million, or 45.5 percent of the province¡¯s total.
Qinghai is the original place of several rivers and is thus important to the ecological balance of the entire region.
www.landingchina.com /city_guide/Qinghai_Province.htm   (1238 words)

  
 Qinhai [Definition]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Qinghai was historically part of the Amdo province of Tibet Tibet (Tibetan : བོད་;, (Bod) pronounced Pö, Chinese: 西藏, pinyin: Xīzàng) is a region of Central Asia and the home of the Tibetan people.
Qinghai's economy is amongst the smallest in all of China.
The province of Qinghai boasts a population of 5.2 million, among which the Han Han Chinese (Simplified: 汉; Traditional: 漢; Pinyin: hàn) is a term which refers to the majority ethnic group within China and the largest single human ethnic group in the world.
www.wikimirror.com /Qinhai   (3332 words)

  
 Tibet Information Network News Update 30 July 1999   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Qinghai is known among Tibetans as the birthplace of key spiritual figures - most notably the Dalai Lama - and also of secular writers, poets, artists and educationalists who prefer the power of the pen to participation in street protests as witnessed in Lhasa in the late 1980s.
Qinghai Province was established by the Guomindang-led Republic of China at the beginning of 1929.
Not one is in Qinghai (64 are in the TAR; one is in Kardze TAP in Sichuan Province).
www.tibetinfo.net /news-updates/nu300799.htm   (4783 words)

  
 QINGHAI PROVINCE (tdctrade.com)
Qinghai - abbreviated as Qin(青)- is situated in the western part of China at the north-east of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau(青藏高原).
The province is also rich in mineral resources including nonferrous metals, rare metals, salt, potassium chloride, magnesium chloride, lithium, boron and lead, of which, reserve of potassium account for 97% of the country's total.
Qinghai is the major livestock husbandry base in China with husbandry area accounting for 90% of the province.
www.tdctrade.com /mktprof/china/mpqih.htm   (1159 words)

  
 Destination » China » QingHai | Javisatravel.ca
Qinghai Lake, with an area of 4,580 square kilometres and a maximum depth of 33 metres, is the largest natural lake in China.
Situated in the eastern end of the desert environment of the Qaidam Basin in Qinghai Province, the lakes main source of recharge water is snowmelt from the encircling mountain ranges that rise in excess of 4,265 metres.
Qinghai Lake, one of many inland saline lakes in west-central and northwest China, exhibits sand deposits on its western shoreline as well as its eastern shoreline where the deposits extend into the lake.
www.javisatravel.ca /chinguid/qinghai.htm   (524 words)

  
 Xining   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Xining (西宁;) is the capital of Qinghai Province, China.
Qinghai Medical College (青海医学院) Note: Institutions without full-time bachelor programs are not listed.
Qinghai Hotel Provides hotel accommodations located in the city.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-Xining.html   (126 words)

  
 Environment, Science & Technology SectionBeijing Environment, Science and Technology Update June 14, 2002
Qinghai's high plateaus, however, are at risk of desertification due to rising annual temperatures as well as intensifying human damage.
As a result of all this grazing, Qinghai Province environmental and agricultural officials report that about 90% of the province's natural grasslands are damaged to some extent, with 33% of usable pastureland is seriously degraded.
Forest protection is assisted by the fact that some 320,000 square kilometers in Qinghai Province, representing 44% of the province's land area, are designated as wildlife protection zones, with a core of 30,000 square kilometers entirely closed to economic activity or hunting.
www.usembassy-china.org.cn /sandt/Water-Tower.htm   (2554 words)

  
 Beauty, the Land of China - Qinghai
The Qinghai Province is located in the western part of China in the North-eastern part of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
The Chinese province of Qinghai is a desolate mountain country that serves as a domain of nomadic Tibetan herders, hospitable Buddist monks, and a seemingly endless number of sheep and yaks.
Qinghai Lake, or "Green Lake", is China's biggest salt-water lake with a circumference of more than 360 kilometers and an area of 4,635 square kilometers.
library.thinkquest.org /20443/qinghai.html   (537 words)

  
 Scenes of Qinghai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Qinghai Province is a sparking jewel set on the northwest plateau of China, wherein the Changjiang (Yangtze, and Huanghe (Yellow) River as well as the Lancang (Mekong) River take their source.
The scenic quality of Qinghai's widely varying landscape is superb and enticing, offering from the ranges of gleaming mountains with glacier-capped peaks over 6000 meters high to the gobi desert dunes of Qaidam, from lush ranchland to the sapphire-like lakes of vast area, all this has created a land of marvel, mystery and diversity.
Qinghai Lake, nation's largest, also known as Koko Nor, is a photographer and artist's paradise of mirrored pastel sunrises, azure beauty in midday and the indigo blues of sunset.
www.chinavista.com /travel/qinghai/part1.html   (496 words)

  
 Teach English in Qinghai, Teach in Qinghai, Summer in Qinghai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Qinghai is located on the northeastern part of the Tibetan Plateau.
Qinghai lies in the Tibetan highlands at an average elevation of 9,800 ft (3,000 m) and is mainly a high, desolate plateau.
The chief economic area and the most densely settled part of the province is in the NE around Xining; there coal is mined and grain and potatoes are grown.
teachingenglishinchina.com /netapps/Public/Provinces/Qinghai.aspx   (502 words)

  
 Qinghai Province - Finance and Taxation - China guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
The capital city of the province is Xining, a railway hub and a rising industrial center situated 2,200 m above seal level in eastern Qinghai Province.
The province with its high terrain is topographically known as the Qinghai Plateau, which is an important part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau.
Qinghai is rich in petroleum, lead, zinc, copper, chromium, cobalt, nickel, iron, asbestos, mirabilite, gypsum, lake salt, potassium, boron and coal.
www.chinaguide.com /city/qinghai.htm   (500 words)

  
 Qinghai Province China - China tourist & travel guide for Qinghai Province, China
Qinghai is the origin of the Yangtze River, the Yellow River and the Lancang River.
Qinghai is one of the main pastoral areas in China.
Qinghai is at the source of the rivers in Ximalaya.
www.orientaltravel.com /province/Qinghai.htm   (230 words)

  
 Trace Foundation - Programs in Education
Xining (Siling), Qinghai (Tsong'on) Province and Beijing Municipality
Qinghai Normal University is responsible for the administration of the program and provision of dormitories, classrooms, and local teaching staff.
Qinghai Normal University selected 25-30 students from a pool of mid-level managers from private and public enterprises in Qinghai Province; administered a selection examination; conducted the training; and issued a graduation certificate.
www.tracefnd.org /program/education/edu_grants.html   (1173 words)

  
 Qinghai Summary
Qinghai is the fourth-largest official province in China, having six autonomous prefectures, thirty counties, and seven autonomous counties spread across 721,000 square kilometers.
Qinghai is known as "China's Siberia" due to the huge population of prisoners sent there from the rest of the nation to work in the prison factories.
The province of Qinghai boasts a population of 5.2 million, among which the Han are the largest group.
www.bookrags.com /Qinghai   (1330 words)

  
 TOURISM.com.cn - Qinghai Province   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Named after Qinghai Lake, the largest inland salt - water lake in China, Qinghai Province is located in the northeastern part of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau in western China.
Qinghai covers an area of 720,000 square kilometers (about 278,000 square miles), which makes it the fourth largest province in China.
Two of Qinghai's biggest highlights, Ta'er Monastery (Kumbum Monastery), which is considered one of the six great monasteries of Gelukpa in Tibetan Buddhism and vast Qinghai Lake, attract nature lovers who enjoy camping, hiking and bird-watching as well as people who have a fascination with Buddhism.
www.tourism.com.cn /qinghai.html   (271 words)

  
 Qinghai Province   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Qinghai, which is located more than 1, 500 km from the East China coast, has little rainfall and plenty of sunshine.
The province has a mean annual temperature of 0¡ãto -8¡ãC in the Southern Qinghai Plateau and the Qilian Mountain Area and 0¡ã£­6¡ãC in other parts.
Qinghai is rich in petroleum, lead, zinc, copper, chromium, cobalt, nickel, iron, asbestos, mirabilite, gypsum, lake salt, potassium, boron and coal.
www.greatwalltour.com /greatwall_pages/provinces/qinghai/qinghai.htm   (255 words)

  
 China Qinghai Province hotels and travel guide
Qinghai Province, China is for the most part a huge, empty wilderness in the middle of China with a population of just 4.5 million.
The number of inmates held in Qinghai prison and labour camps, including those released but who must remain in the province because they cannot regain residency rights in their home towns, is estimated to reach four hundred thousand - almost one in ten of the population of Qinghai.
Qinghai is in many respects itself a part of Tibet, and in addition to the substantial Tibetan minority who live here, the splendid Ta'er Si, one of the major Tibetan lamaseries in all China, is located just outside Xining.
www.chinastage.com /travel-guide/Qinghai.html   (421 words)

  
 Qinghai Province travel guide - China travel guide, Qinghai China travel services, Qinghai tours
Qinghai Province is one of the five largest pasturelands in China.
Qinghai is very proud that the worldfamous Changjiang (Yangtze) and Huanghe (Yellow) rivers descend from its territory.
Qinghai Province is attractive not only for its beautiful scenery but also for its colorful local customs.
www.chinaplanner.com /qinghai/index.htm   (235 words)

  
 QINGHAI - Xining (Capital of Qinghai Province) Xining is the Capital of Qinghai Province
QINGHAI - Xining (Capital of Qinghai Province) Xining is the Capital of Qinghai Province
is located in the east part and is the Capital of Qinghai Province, it also is the important entrance of transport and commercial pass between of Tibetan and Chinese inland.
Golmud City is the largest city of the Qinghai province, and located in the hinterland of Qingzang highland, in the Qinghai province.
www.chinaexplorers.com /cities/Qinghai.htm   (186 words)

  
 Teach and Study in Qinghai,Teach English Jobs Qinghai
The province is home to a number of ethnic peoples, including the Hans, Tibetans, Huis and Tus, Salas and Mongols, but the Qiangs were the earliest settlers.
Qinghai is a major pastoral region, and there is so much to see in the province, such as snow-clad mountains and glaciers, lakes and rivers, dense forests, folkways, scenic spots and places of historical interest.
The 4,635-square-km Qinghai Lake in the northeast part of the province is the largest inland saltwater lake in Chin.
www.tefl.cc /QingHai   (572 words)

  
 Trace Foundation - Program in Education - Recent Grants - English
Qinghai Normal University is responsible for the administration of the program and provision of dormitories, classrooms, and local teaching staff.
Qinghai Normal University selected 25-30 students from a pool of mid-level managers from private and public enterprises in Qinghai Province; administered a selection examination; conducted the training; and issued a graduation certificate.
Qinghai Normal University selected the 25-30 participants; provided accommodation for the duration of the workshop; conducted the training; and issued a certificate to those who successfully completed the workshop.
trace.org /program/education/edu_grants-eng.html   (1350 words)

  
 Qinghai   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Qinghai ( Chinese : 青海 Hanyu Pinyin : Qīnghǎi, Wade-Giles : Ch'ing-hai, Postal pinyin : Tsinghai) is a province of the People's Republic of China, named after the enormous Qinghai Lake (Koko Nor).
Qinghai was historically part of the Amdo province of Tibet.
The Yellow River originates in the middle of the province, while the Yangtze and Mekong have their sources in the southern part.
www.wikiverse.org /qinghai   (259 words)

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