Muling or Muren (simplified Chinese: 穆棱; traditional Chinese: 穆稜[1]; pinyin: Mùlíng Hé) is a river in Northeast China, a left tributary of the Ussuri.

Its length is 577 kilometres (359 mi), and its basin area is approximately 18,500 square kilometres (7,100 sq mi).[2] Jixi and Hulin are located on Muling River.

The area of the river is known by Sino-Soviet conflict (1929) and battles between Soviet and Kwantung Armies.

See also


  1. ^ Chapter 31, Volume 56, Draft History of Qing.
  2. ^ GSE. Muling River

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