Aihui

Aihui

 

(also Heiho, Sahaliang), a city in Northeast China, in Heilungkiang Province. Population, 240,000 (1957). Aihui has a wharf on the Amur River. The city manufactures wood products, building materials, and such food products as flour and vegetable oil. Gold and coal are mined near Aihui.

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8 mm SL; China: from the River Fabiela in the Aihui County in the Heilongjiang Province.
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Aihui bingbeidao weiqingtianshe Xunhekou kalun cheng" [Petition from Aihui Military Administration to Establish a Military Post at the Xunke River Mouth] (March 6, 1910), HS, 570.
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