Hongyuan County

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Hongyuan County

红原县རྐ་ཁོག་རྫོང་།
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Location of Hongyuan County (red) in Ngawa Prefecture (yellow) and Sichuan
Country People's Republic of China
Province Sichuan
Autonomous prefecture Ngawa
Area
  Total8,398 km2 (3,242 sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Hongyuan County
Chinese name
Simplified Chinese 红原县
Traditional Chinese 紅原縣
Tibetan name
Tibetan རྐ་ཁོག་རྫོང་།
ཁྱུང་མཆུ་རྫོང་།

Khyungchu (Hongyuan) County (Tibetan : སྐ་ཆུ་རྫོང་། or སྐ་ཁོག་རྫོང་།; Chinese :红原县) is a county in the north of Sichuan Province, China. It is under the administration of the Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture. There is a river called Kachu (སྐ་ཆུ།) in the area and khok means "valley" or "area"; thus it means the area of the Kachu River. [1]

This is the only county under the Prefecture with entirely yak herding pastoralists. The average altitude above the sea level is 3,600 m (11,800 ft). About 8,398 square meter and about 40,000 people reside (2004) mostly Amdo Tibetan. The language is spoken is also Amdo Tibetan. The county seat is Khyunchu Town.

Southwest University for Nationalities maintains the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau Ecological Environmental Protection and Advanced Technology for Animal Husbandry in Hongyuan County. [2]

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Coordinates: 32°52′35″N102°32′24″E / 32.87639°N 102.54000°E / 32.87639; 102.54000