Qamdo city

Qamdo region (Qamdo region) generally refers to Qamdo
Qamdo city was called "Kang" or "Kemu" in ancient times. In the Tang Dynasty, Qamdo City was a part of the Tubo Kingdom. After the Ming and Qing Dynasties, it was collectively known as Kang-Tibetan area. The former Tibetan government called it "Duokangmu" area, and now it is a prefecture-level city under the Tibet Autonomous Region.

Qamdo is a prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of the Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. It is located in the east of Tibet in the basin of Hengduan Mountains and three rivers (Jinsha River, Lancang River and Nujiang River), facing Sichuan Province in the east, bordering Myanmar and Yunnan in the southeast, and bordering Qinghai Province in the north. It is the eastern gate of Tibet Autonomous Region and the place through which Sichuan-Tibet Highway and Yunnan-Tibet Highway pass. It is also the important place of "Tea Horse Ancient Road". With Qamdo as the center, it faces Sichuan Province in the east, Yunnan Province in the southeast, Nyingchi City in Tibet in the southwest, Nagqu City in Tibet in the northwest, Qinghai Province in the north, and Lhasa, the capital of Tibet Autonomous Region in the west. It is in the hub position of business and trade and is known as the "Pearl of Eastern Tibet". The total area is 109,830 square kilometers. According to the seventh census data, the permanent population of Qamdo was 760,966 as of midnight on November 1, 2020.

In 2021, Qamdo achieved a GDP of 27.924 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 7.0% based on comparable prices.

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