Heilongjiang is an area of the People's Republic of China. Situated in the most northeastern piece of the nation, Heilongjiang is circumscribed by Jilin toward the south and Inner Mongolia toward the west. It likewise shares a fringe with Russia toward the north and east. The capital and the biggest city of the region is Harbin. Among Chinese common dimension regulatory divisions, Heilongjiang is the 6th biggest by aggregate region and the 15th generally crowded.
The region takes its name from the Heilong River Chinese name of the Amur, which denotes the fringe between the People's Republic of China and Russia. Heilongjiang contains China's northernmost point in Mohe City along the Amur and easternmost point. Heilongjiang is China's biggest horticultural base, and in addition an imperative mechanical region for the most part dependent on oil, timber, coal and apparatus fabricating. Heilongjiang is a place that is known for changed geology. Heilongjiang's way of life is a piece of a culture of Northeast China that is moderately homogeneous over this area, referred to in Mandarin Chinese as "Dongbei" the upper east.