Balhae
Balhae (698–926) (Korean Balhae {Korean|hangul=발해}, Bohai [渤海] in Chinese}, [paɾɛ], Бохай or Пархэ in Russian) was a mixed ethnic Korean–Mohe empire established in northern Korea and Manchuria after t...
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Mar 22, 2009 ... In AC. 698, 30 years after Goguryeo collapsed, Dae Joyoung, a general of Goguryeo, who continued to resist the Tang, founded the Balhae ...
Dae Jung-sang
Dae Jung-sang (625?-698?) was the contribute of Balhae, and the father of Dae Joyeong, who was the founder of Balhae. Though much of the credit for the founding of Balhae went to his son, many histori...
Mausoleum of Princess Jeonghyo
The Mausoleum of Princess Jeonghyo (known as Zhenxiao in Chinese) was made in 793 by the people of early Korea's Balhae kingdom, and is a part of the Ancient Tombs at Longtou Mountain in Jilin, China....
Ancient Tombs at Longtou Mountain
The Ancient Tombs at Longtou Mountain (simplified Chinese: 龙头山古墓群; traditional Chinese: 龍頭山古墓群; pinyin: Lóngtóushān gǔmùqún, Hangul: 육정산 고분군) are the burial sites of twelve royal figures f...
History of the Russian Far East
The Russian Far East (Russian: Дальний Восток России, Dal’niy Vostok Rossii; [ˈdalʲnʲɪj vɐˈstok rɐˈsʲiɪ]) is the Russian part of the Far East, i.e. the extreme east parts of Russia, between Lake ...
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Honglujing Stele
Honglujing Stele (simplified Chinese: 鸿胪井; traditional Chinese: 鴻臚井; pinyin: Hónglújǐng) is a tablet 3 meters wide, 1.8 meters tall, & 2 meters thick. It has 29 Chinese characters writ...
Tongjiang, Heilongjiang
Tongjiang (Chinese: 同江; pinyin: Tóngjiāng) is a city of 160,000 in eastern Heilongjiang province, People's Republic of China, located at the confluence and on the right banks of the Songhua an...
Geolsa Biu
Geolsa Biu was a 7th-century military leader of Baishan Mohe ancestry. Geolsa Biu took an active part in Balhae's effort for autonomy against the Tang Dynasty. Geolsa Biu's died in the Battle of Cheon...
Heungyo
Heungyo kingdom (興遼國, 흥요국, 1029–1030) was founded by Dae Yeon-rim, who was the 7th-generation descendant of Dae Joyeong, the founder of Balhae.
Heung-yo kingdom was founded when General Dae Yeon-r...
Dae Gwang-hyeon
Dae Gwang-hyeon (대광현, 大光顯, ? ~ ?) was the last Crown Prince of Balhae and a member of the Balhae Royal Family, and was the leader of the Balhae refugees who sought refuge in the Korean Kingd...
Later Balhae
Later Balhae (927 - 935?, 1003?, 1007?, 1114?) was established in 927, by the Dae Royal family. It was the first of the immediate successor states to Balhae after its fall to the Khitan in 926. Later ...
Baishan
Baishan (Chinese: 白山; pinyin: Báishān) is a prefecture-level city in Jilin province of the People's Republic of China. "白山" literally means "White Mountain", and is named after Baekdu Mountai...
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List of provinces of Balhae
The Balhae kingdom controlled most of the historical region of Manchuria within the Amur River until the sea. Similar to the workings of the Chinese Tang Dynasty, the administration system of the Balh...
List of provinces of Balhae - Wikipedia
Northeast China
Northeast China, historically also known as Manchuria, is a geographical region of China. It consists specifically of the three provinces of Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang, known as the Three North...
Northeast China - Wikipedia
Hejiang Province
Hokiang, (Chinese: 合江; pinyin: Héjiāng) was a province in Northeast China, which was established in 1945. It was c.52,300 sq mi (135,500 km²) in size and the provincial capital was Jiamu...
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List of universities and colleges in Heilongjiang
The following is List of Universities and Colleges in Heilongjiang.
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Mishan
Mishan (密山市) is a Chinese city in the province of Heilongjiang. It is under the jurisdiction of the prefecture-level city of Jixi.
From 698 to 936, the kingdom of Balhae occupied northern Korea an...