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Qinghai is a province in Northwest China. It is located south of the Republic of Mongolia, east of Xinjiang, and north of the Tibetan Autonomous Region. It is one of China's least densely populated provinces with under six million people in an area somewhat larger than France.

Tongren is small monastic town in Qinghai Province, China. Tongren has a slightly unkempt but not unfriendly Tibetan character, intermingled with the sizable Hui population.

Huatugou is a small oil-drilling town. It is in Qinghai Province in north west China.

Xining is the capital of Qinghai Province and the capital of Xining City District, a prefecture of Qinghai.

Qinghaihu National Park is in Qinghai province. Qinghai Lake, in the northeast part of the province, is the largest inland saltwater lake in China.

Yushu is a town in Qinghai Province. Yushu is in the traditional Kham Area.

Guide is a city in Qinghai. Guide (Gui de, 贵德) is a small Tibetan city located south of Xining.

Golmud is a city in Haixi Prefecture, Qinghai Province, China. With more than 200 000 people Golmud is the second biggest city in Qinghai province.

Huangzhong is a country in Xining, Qinghai Province. Huangzhong is about 28km southwest of Xining, and although small, it is very important to Tibetans.

Nangqen is a town and county in Yushu. Yushu and Xining are the only towns with direct public transport to Nangqen.

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