China–North Korea border
International border separating the People's Republic of China and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).- China–North Korea border
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Coastal province in Northeast China that is the smallest, southernmost, and most populous province in the region.
The Yalu River marks the province's border with North Korea, emptying into the Korea Bay between Dandong in Liaoning and Sinuiju in North Korea.
Since the division of Korea after the end of World War II, North Koreans have fled from the country in spite of legal punishment for political, ideological, religious, economic, moral, or personal reasons.
The most common strategy of North Korean defectors is to cross the Chinese border into Jilin and Liaoning provinces in northeast China.
River on the border between North Korea and China.
Together with the Tumen River to its east, and a small portion of Paektu Mountain, the Yalu forms the border between North Korea and China.
Bight and the northern extension of the Yellow Sea, between the southeastern coastline of China's Liaoning province and the western coastline of North Korea's North Pyongan, South Pyongan and South Hwanghae provinces.
The Yalu (Amnok) River, which marks the western two-thirds of the China–North Korea border, empties into the Korea Bay between Dandong (China) and Sinŭiju (North Korea).
Paektu Mountain, also known as Baekdu Mountain and in China as Changbai Mountain (Manchu: Golmin Šanggiyan Alin), is an active stratovolcano on the Chinese–North Korean border.
Coastal prefecture-level city in southeastern Liaoning province, in the northeastern region of People's Republic of China.
It is the largest Chinese border city, facing Sinuiju, North Korea across the Yalu River, which demarcates the Sino-North Korean border.
521 km long river that serves as part of the boundary between China, North Korea and Russia, rising on the slopes of Mount Paektu and flowing into the Sea of Japan.
The river flows in northeast Asia, on the border between China and North Korea in its upper reaches, and between North Korea and Russia in its last 17 km before entering the Sea of Japan.
The Sino-Korean Friendship Bridge, or China–North Korea Friendship Bridge, is a bridge across the Amnok River on the China–North Korea border.
Tripoint where the China–Russia border and the North Korea–Russia border intersect.
The North Korea–Russia and China–North Korea borders run along the middle of the Tumen River, while the China–Russia border approaches the junction point overland from the north.
List of countries that have a land border with only one other country.
Empire of Japan: bordered Russia on the island of Sakhalin from 1905 until 1910, until Japan inherited the China–North Korea border and the North Korea–Russia border upon the Japanese annexation of Korea. Both Sakhalin and Korea were relinquished after Japan's defeat in World War II in 1945. (See Karafuto Prefecture and Empire of Japan).