Jiamusi

and Japan, including the Development Group of Manchuria and Mongolia. 开拓团:没有枪的殖民者 After the construction of and Tumen (Tumen, Jilin)-Jiamusi and Suihua-Jiamusi Railway continuously completed in 1937 and 1940, Jiamusi has become an agricultural products distribution center in northeastern Manchuria. Encyclopedia Britannica:Jiamusi http: www.britannica.com EBchecked topic 110111 Jiamusi

million, increased 197.5% year on year. Russia is Jamusi’s largest foreign trade partner. In 2011, foreign trade with Russia amounted to US$900 million, increased 24.5% over the previous year, accounting for 24.66% of the city’s foreign trade. The utilized FDI in Jiamusi hit US$150 million in 2011, increased 33.5% over the previous year. Transportation Railway Jiamusi is a transportation hub in northeast Heilongjiang Province. Suijia(Suihua-Jiamusi

, and the longitude 125° 42′ – 130° 10' E. Neighbouring prefectures are Yichun (Yichun, Heilongjiang) to the north, Jiamusi and Qitaihe to the northeast, Mudanjiang to the southeast, Daqing to the west, and Suihua to the northwest. On its southwestern boundary is Jilin Province. The terrain of the city is generally flat, with an average elevation of around . There are more than 1,900 rivers in Heilongjiang, including the Songhua River


Qiqihar

of the Nen River and the hinterland of Songnen Plain, which is adjacent to the Greater Khingan Range and Hulunbuir Prairie. Bordering prefecture cities are: *Baicheng, Jilin (S) *Daqing (E) *Heihe (N) *Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia (W) *Suihua (NE) *Hinggan League, Inner Mongolia (W) The city's metro area is located from

Daqing, and .


Heihe

; ref Geography Heihe is located at the right bank of the Amur (Amur River), opposite to the city of Blagoveshchensk in Russia's Amur Oblast. Its jurisdictional area stretches for , which spans from 124° 45' to 129° 18' E longitude and 47° 42' to 51° 03' N latitude. Domestically, Heihe City borders Da Hinggan Ling Prefecture to the north, Yichun (Yichun, Heilongjiang) to the southeast, Suihua to the south, Qiqihar to the southwest


Mudanjiang

′ N, and the longitude 125° 42′ – 130° 10' E. Neighbouring prefectures are Yichun (Yichun, Heilongjiang) to the north, Jiamusi and Qitaihe to the northeast, Mudanjiang to the southeast, Daqing to the west, and Suihua to the northwest. On its southwestern boundary is Jilin Province. The terrain of the city is generally flat, with an average elevation of around . Major cities: Harbin, Daqing, Qiqihar, Mudanjiang


Harbin

prefecture-level cities are Yichun (Yichun, Heilongjiang) to the north, Jiamusi and Qitaihe to the northeast, Mudanjiang to the southeast, Daqing to the west, and Suihua to the northwest. On its southwestern boundary is Jilin province. The main terrain of the city is generally flat and low-lyling, with an average elevation of around . However, the territory that comprises the 10 county-level divisions in the eastern part of the municipality

for specialized programming. * Long Guang, ''Dragon Broadcast'', formerly Heilongjiang People's Broadcasting Station, the radio station group that serves the whole Heilongjiang region, providing seven channels including a Korean language broadcast station. * Harbin People's Broadcasting Station (HPBS), broadcasts music, news, traffic, economy and life in Harbin and adjacent areas including Daqing, Suihua and Fuyu. Printed Media Major local newspapers include the Harbin Daily, New

and Shanghai. thumb Siping Railway Station (File:Siping railway station.jpg) Siping is a transportation hub in Jilin Province. The Qiqihar-Siping Railway, the Siping-Meihekou Railway, the Beijing-Harbin Railway, the Beijing-Harbin Highway and the Daqing-Guangzhou Expressway run through the city. Transport The railway station of Suihua is located at the crossing of Taiping Road(太平路) and Beilin Road(北林路) in the eastern region of the city proper. The Harbin- Jiamusi


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