Qinling Range (Qínlǐng Shānmài 秦岭山脉)

Unryu SUGANUMA

An ink painting depicting a mountain range from Book of Mountains and Rocks (Shuan Shih P’u).

The Qinling Range is located in north-central China between the Huang (Yellow) River and the Yangzi (Chang) River. It is one of the last remaining places in China where pandas may be seen in the wild.

The Qinling Range, with an area of 55,000 square kilometers, covers about 20 percent of Shaanxi Province in north-central China. It is a part of….

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