Greater Xing’an, a sparsely inhabited mountain range in northeastern China, is one of the country’s most important timber areas and home to a wide variety of natural resources, including many used in traditional Chinese medicine. Deforestation has become a problem in the mountain range.

The Greater Xing’an range (Da Xing’an ling) is a crescent-shaped mountain range extending 1,400 kilometers from south to north in the northwestern parts of Heilongjiang and Jilin provinces

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By |2014-12-16T16:54:17-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Geography, Site|Comments Off on Greater Xing’an Range (Dàxīng‘ān Lǐng 大兴安岭)|Dàxīng‘ān Lǐng 大兴安岭 (Greater Xing’an Range)

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