Ai River (Dandong)

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The Ai River at the Ai River Bridge on Provincial Highway 319, with the Hushan Great Wall in the back

The Ai River (Simplified Chinese: 瑷河 (Traditional Chinese: 璦河, but also 爱河/愛河 or 叆河/靉河) in Dangdong, Liaoning, China, is the largest tributary on the right (Chinese) side of the Yalu River that flows between China and North Korea. It starts in the mountains of Kuandian Manchu Autonomous County, runs 182 kilometres (113 mi) through Fengcheng City and Zhen'an District, and empties into the Yalu River at Jiulianshan, just south of the Hushan Great Wall.[1] [2]

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  1. ^ The Ai River (Baidu Encyclopedia) (in Chinese)
  2. ^ The Ai River (Hudong Encyclopedia) (in Chinese)

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