Xining

Xining ({zh|s=西宁}; ཟི་ལིང་།, ᠰᠢᠨᠢᠩ}}) is the capital of Qinghai province in western China, and the largest city on the Tibetan Plateau. It has 2,208,708 inhabitants at the 2010 census whom 1,198,304 live in the built up area made of 4 urban districts. The city was a commercial hub along the Northern Silk Road`s Hexi ....
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Xining

Industrial city and capital of Qinghai province, northwest China, on the Xining River; population (2000) 854,500. Products include machinery, vehicles, textiles, metals, and processed foods. For centuries Xining was a major trading centre on the caravan route to Tibet, and it is now the starting point for the modern rail and road routes into th...
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Xining

The Xining is a Chinese Type 051, Luda Class destroyer of 3250 tons. She carries a complement of 285 including twenty-seven officers, and has a top speed of 32 knots and a range of 8000 km at 14 knots. She is armed with six Fei Lung 2 (Flying Dragon) anti-ship missile launchers arranged as two triple arrangements; four Soviet 130 mm/58 in two twin ...
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Xining

Xining or Sining (both: shē'ning') , city (1994 est. pop. 569,800), capital of Qinghai prov., W China, on the Xining River. For centuries it has been the major commercial hub on the caravan route to Tibet, trading in wool, hides, salt, and timber. More recently it has developed as a pr...
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