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Xi Jiang

Xi Jiang (also Hsi Chiang), longest river of southern China. Originating in the highlands of Yunnan province, it flows some 1,500 mi (2,414 km) southeast to the South China Sea. There, along with several other rivers, it forms a delta on which is located the large Chinese city of Guangzhou.

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