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Mishan

密山市
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Mishan
Location in Heilongjiang
Coordinates: 45°31′47″N131°50′48″E / 45.5298°N 131.8466°E / 45.5298; 131.8466 Coordinates: 45°31′47″N131°50′48″E / 45.5298°N 131.8466°E / 45.5298; 131.8466
Country People's Republic of China
Province Heilongjiang
Prefecture-level city Jixi
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
158300
Area code(s) 0467
Climate Dwb
Website www.hljms.gov.cn

Mishan (Chinese :密山; pinyin :Mìshān) is a county-level city in the southeast of Heilongjiang Province, China, bordering Russia's Primorsky Krai to the south and southeast. It is under the jurisdiction of the prefecture-level city of Jixi.

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History

Early medieval history

From 698 to 936, the kingdom of Balhae occupied northern Korea and parts of Manchuria and Primorsky Krai, consisting of the Nanai, the Udege, and descendants of the Tungus-speaking people and the people of the recently fallen Goguryeo kingdom of Korea. The vicinity of Tongjiang was settled at this moment by Funie Mohe tribes (Hanja/Hanzi: 拂涅靺鞨; pinyin :Fúniè Mòhé; Korean : 불열말갈). These tribes were submitted to Balhae Kingdom under King Mun's reign (737-793).

Later, King Seon (r.818-830), administrated their territories by creating a prefecture in the neighbourhood : The Dongpyong Prefecture (Korean : 동평부; Hanja : 東平府) with Yiju (Korean: 이주; Hanja: 伊州), present-day Dangbi (Chinese:当壁; pinyin:Dāngbì) as its administrative centre.

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