|Province||Guangdong, Fujian, Jiangxi|
|Cities||Meizhou, Chaozhou, Shantou|
|Source||Mount Qixingdong (Mei River)|
|• location||Zijin County, Guangdong|
|Mouth||South China Sea|
|Length||410 km (250 mi)|
|Basin size||30,112 km2 (11,626 sq mi)|
|• average||870 m3/s (31,000 cu ft/s)|
|• minimum||33 m3/s (1,200 cu ft/s)|
|• maximum||13,300 m3/s (470,000 cu ft/s)|
|• left||Wuhua River, Ning River, Shiku River|
|• right||Ting River, Meitan River|
The Han River (simplified Chinese: 韩江; traditional Chinese: 韓江; pinyin: Hán Jiāng) is a river in southeast China. It is located mainly in eastern Guangdong province and has a total length of 410 kilometres (250 mi). The river is combined with two main tributary rivers, Mei River and Ting River, at Sanheba (三河坝), Dabu County. Han River flows south through the Han River Delta entering the South China Sea at Chenghai District and Longhu District of Shantou. The Teochew people refer to the river as "the Mother River".
The river is named after Han Yu, a writer, poet and government official of the Tang dynasty, in honor of his contribution to Chaoshan. It was originally named as E Xi (simplified Chinese: 恶溪; traditional Chinese: 惡溪; lit. 'ferocious river') before Han Yu's exile to Chaozhou. The river became pacific under Han's river regulation and named after him after his departure.