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- Map of major Chinese rivers
Songhua River [松花江]
Yellow River [黄河]
Yangtze River [长江]
Pearl River [珠江]
- Three-River Region - San Jiang Region [三江并流]
Three Parallel Rivers of Yunnan
- Jin Sha Jiang 金沙江
Jin Sha Jiang 金沙江 flows southward and then turns eastward
and eventually as a tributary and flows into Yangzi [Yangtze] River.
- Nu Jiang
Nu Jiang is about 1,500 miles (2,450 Km) long. It flows southward
to become partly border between Myanmar and Thailand. Its name
after leaving China is Salween River.
- LanCang Jiang (Mekong River) 大湄公河
Lancang Jiang (Lancang River) flows southward from China to
Laos, Myanmar (Burma) and Thailand. After leaving China, the
name of the river changes to Mekong River.
- Yangzi River - Yang Tze River - [长江]
- Huang He - Yellow River [黄河]
- Pearl River [珠江]
- Pearl River
Third largest river (2197 km, after Huang He and the Yangtze) Ref. Wikipedia
- The Grand Canal
- Tarim River [塔里木]
- Tarim River is the longest inland waterway.
The 1,321 kilometre Tarim River runs west to east along the northern edge of the Taklimakan Desert, China's largest, and flows into Taitema Lake.
South to North Water Transfer Project - China
Lijiang River Faces Threats
Traveling Along the Nanxi River
Floods in China