Changbai

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Changbai

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Changpai

(both: chäng`bī`), mountain range, largely in NE China and partly in North Korea; Baitou Shan (9,003 ft/2,744 m) is the highest peak. The Changbai range is economically important for timber and coal deposits. The Yalu, Tumen, and Songhua rivers rise there.
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The Westin Changbaishan and Sheraton Changbaishan Resort are located adjacent to the slopes of Changbai Mountains, and will open in August 2012.
Stephen Ho, the company senior vice president of development for Asia Pacific, said, 'We look forward to introducing both Westin and Sheraton to Changbai Mountains with this spectacular, new ski resort complex where guests will enjoy world-class amenities set against the backdrop of one of China's most visually stunning mountain ranges.
The Westin Changbaishan and Sheraton Changbaishan Resort will open in August adjacent to the slopes of Changbai Mountains.
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Adjacent to the Slopes of Changbai Mountains, Sheraton Changbaishan Resort and The Westin Changbaishan Resort Opens its Doors
Owned by Dalian Wanda Group, Sheraton Changbaishan Resort and The Westin Changbaishan Resort are adjacent to the slopes of the Changbai Mountains, one of China's leading ski areas and famed resort destinations.
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In volume 2 ('Ancient times'), Puyo is described as having occupied a huge territory including the Russian Maritime region to the east, the Heilongjiang (Amur) River to the north, the upper reaches of Liaohe River to the west, and the Changbai Mountains to the south (Institute of History 1979).
Adjacent to the Slopes of Changbai Mountains, The Westin Changbaishan Resort and Sheraton Changbaishan Resort will Welcome Guests in summer 2012
The Westin Changbaishan and Sheraton Changbaishan Resort will open in August 2012, adjacent to the slopes of Changbai Mountains, one of China's leading ski areas.