Jin River (Bei River)

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Jin River
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The Jin River in Renhua, Guangdong
Simplified Chinese
Literal meaning Brocade River
Changjiang Creek
Traditional Chinese 長江
Simplified Chinese 长江
Literal meaning Yangtze Creek
Long-River Creek

The Jin River is a river in China's Jiangxi and Guangdong provinces. It is a right tributary of Guangdong's Bei or North River.

Geography[edit]

It rises in the southwestern Chongyi County, Jiangxi Province. The upper stream is called Changjiang Creek. The river runs southward joins Bei River at Baimangba, Renhua County in Guangdong Province. The river has a length of 108 kilometres (67 mi) and drains an area of 1,913 square kilometres (739 sq mi).[1]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Encyclopedia of rivers and lakes in China Section of Zhujiang basin. Beijing: China WaterPower Press. 2010. ISBN 978-7-5170-0561-2.

Coordinates: 24°54′33″N 113°43′18″E / 24.90917°N 113.72167°E / 24.90917; 113.72167