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Governors of Qinghai: Qinghai, Zhao Leji, Bai Enpei, Song Xiuyan, Zhao Shoushan, Yang Chuantang
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ISBN 9781158392711
REGISTERED: 01/01/18
UPDATED: 04/14/21
Governors of Qinghai: Qinghai, Zhao Leji, Bai Enpei, Song Xiuyan, Zhao Shoushan, Yang Chuantang
Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Qinghai (-)) (Chinese: ; pinyin: Qnghi; Oirat Mongolian: (transcripted into Cyrillic); Tibetan: ; Mongolian: ; Salar: Göxdeñiz Velayat) is a province of the People's Republic of China, named after Qinghai Lake. It borders Gansu on the northeast,


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  • ISBN bar code 9781158392711 ξ1 registered April 08 2016
  • Product category is Governors-of-Qinghai Books-LLC Book

Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Qinghai (-)) (Chinese: ; pinyin: Qnghi; Oirat Mongolian: (transcripted into Cyrillic); Tibetan: ; Mongolian: ; Salar: Göxdeñiz Velayat) is a province of the People's Republic of China, named after Qinghai Lake. It borders Gansu on the northeast, the Xinjiang Autonomous Region on the northwest, Sichuan on the southeast, and Tibet Autonomous Region on the southwest. Although China first controlled the area during Han dynasty about 2000 years ago, Qinghai was relatively recently been made a province of China. A large part of its area, until the early 20th century most often referred to by its Mongol name Kokonur in English, lies outside of China proper and has been an ethnic melting pot for centuries, mixing Tibetan, Han Chinese, Mongol, and Turkic influences. It was a battleground during the Tang and subsequent Chinese dynasties when they fought against successive Tibetan tribes. Qinghai was also under Ming dynasty control during early time of Ming dynasty, but later plagued with unrest. Prior to 1724, a big part of the area that is now Qinghai was under Tibetan tribal control, but in that year it was conquered by the armies of the Qing Dynasty. Following the defeat of the Dzungars rebellion by the Qing imperial army in the mid 18th century, the area became home to peoples from what is now northern Xinjiang known as the Kokonor Mongols (Kokonor is the Mongol language name of Qinghai). In 1928, Qinghai became a province of the Republic of China. Subsequently it became the primary base for warlord Ma Bufang, before it became a province under the People's Republic of China in 1949. Qinghai is located on the northeastern part of the Tibetan Plateau. The Yellow River (Huang He) originates in the middle of the province,


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