Friday, January 30, 2004

Kan River

Chinese �(Wade-Giles) Kan Chiang, �or (Pinyin)� Gan Jiang, � river, chiefly in Kiangsi sheng (province), China. The Kan River is one of the principal southern tributaries of the Yangtze River. Its headwaters rise in Kwangtung province, where the Ta-y� Mountains divide southwestern Kiangsi from Kwangtung. This upper stream is called the Chang River. Another stream, the Kung River, rises in the Chiu-lien Mountains in the far south


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