QinghaiIntroduction:Qinghai is located in the western part of the motherland, and is the northeastern part of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. It is one of the important provinces on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in China, referred to as Qing, and the provincial capital is Xining. According to the second national land survey bulletin, Qinghai Province is about 1,200 kilometers long from east to west, 800 kilometers wide from north to south, and covers an area of 696,700 square kilometers. The mountains in the territory are towering, with various terrains, rivers and rivers, and lakes. The Kunlun Mountains traverse the central part, the Tanggula Mountains stand in the south, the Qilian Mountains stand in the north, the grasslands are undulating, and the Qaidam Basin is vast. The source of the Yangtze River and the Yellow River is in Qinghai, and China's largest inland plateau lagoon is also in Qinghai, hence the name "Qinghai." Qinghai is bordered by Gansu, Sichuan, Tibet and Xinjiang. It governs two prefecture-level cities of Xining City and Haidong City and Yushu Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture. QinghaiSubordinate city: xiningshi, haidongshi, haibeicangzuzizhizhou, huangnancangzuzizhizhou, hainancangzuzizhizhou, guoluocangzuzizhizhou, yushucangzuzizhizhou, haiximengguzucangzuzizhizhou, .