View east along Xuefu Street
Location of Qitaihe City (yellow) in Heilongjiang (light grey) and China
|Coordinates(Qitaihe municipal government): Coordinates:|
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|Municipal seat||Taoshan District|
|• Type||Prefecture-level city|
|• CPC Qitaihe Secretary||Zhang Xianjun (张宪军)|
|• Prefecture-level city||6,221 km2 (2,402 sq mi)|
|Elevation||209 m (686 ft)|
|• Prefecture-level city||920,419|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
|ISO 3166 code||CN-HL-09|
"Qitaihe", as written in Chinese
Qitaihe (Chinese :七台河; pinyin :Qītáihé) is a prefecture-level city in eastern Heilongjiang province, People's Republic of China. Covering an area 6,223 km2 (2,403 sq mi), it is geographically the smallest prefecture-level division of the province. Qitaihe also has the second smallest population of the cities in Heilongjiang. At the 2010 census, its total population was 920,419, while 620,935 live in the built up area made of 3 urban districts.
|Xinxing District||新兴区||Xīnxīng Qū||236,768||2,003||118|
|Taoshan District||桃山区||Táoshān Qū||230,293||74||3,112|
|Qiezihe District||茄子河区||Qiézihé Qū||153,874||1,569||98|
|Boli County||勃利县||Bólì Xiàn||299,484||2,575||116|
Qitaihe's history can be stretched back to 3,000 years ago during the Shang and Zhou Dynasties, when it was inhabited by the ancient Sushen group, the ancestors of the Manchu. In 1910, coal resources was found in Qitaihe. 七台河特区) as a pilot of the combination of enterprise management and government administration. In 1970, Qitaihe District was changed into Qitaihe City (county-level), which is under the jurisdiction of Jiamusi. In 1983, Qitaihe was designated a Prefecture-level city, and Boli County was put into Qitaihe's jurisdiction.However, coal mining industry did not really start until The CPC Committee of Heilongjiang Province ordered Hegang Mining Bureau to take charge of the Extractive industries in Boli County in 1958. Qitaihe began its development. On Jan 26, 1961, Boli Mining Bureau was established. The CPC Central Committee and State Council approved to establish Qitaihe District (
Qitaihe is rich in fresh water and minerals including coal, gold and graphite. There are 26 reservoirs in total. The water storage capacity of the city's Taoshan Reservoir is 264 million steres. Qitaihe has a total coal reserve of 5.3 billion tons, ranking third after Shuangyashan and Jixi in Heilongjiang Province.
Qitaihe has a monsoon-influenced humid continental climate (Köppen Dwb), with long, bitter, but dry winters, and humid and very warm summers.
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