Qinghai Province lies in the northeast of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and is renowned for its Qinghai Lake, the largest inland salt lake in China. In addition, Qinghai has been considered to be the forefather of lofty mountains and source of the major rivers in China. The magnificent and towering Kunlun Mountain, Qilian Mountain, Tanggula Mountain and Bayankala Mountain, etc. are grand while the surging, roaring and age-old Yangtze River, the Yellow River, the Mekong River and Heihe River, etc. are very mysterious and attractive.
Qinghai is topographically high in the west and low in the east, most of its area belongs to the Roof of the World. Its altitude ranges from 1,600 meters to 6860 meters above sea level with its average altitude being 3,000 meters. Qinghai is adjacent to Gansu, Sichuan, Tibet and Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region from all around with its distance being 1,200 km from west to east and 800 km from north to south and area being 720 thousand km2.
Equally important is that Qinghai plays a strategically important resourceful role in China. It has abundant resources, including considerable deposit of hydropower, optothermal and mineral resources. Of the total 129 kinds of proved mineral resources, the deposit of 54 kinds rank top ten, that of 23 kinds rank top three and the of 9 kinds rank top one in China. Moreover, it also owns rich salt lake, oil and natural gas, non-ferrous metal, gold, nonmetallic mineral, hydroprower and optothermal resources which are the advantageous resources in China.
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