Borders of China
China shares international borders with 14 sovereign states. In addition, there is a 30-kilometre (19 mi) border with the special administrative region of Hong Kong, which was a British dependency before 1997, and a 3-kilometre (1.9 mi) border with Macau, a Portuguese territory until 1999. With a land border of 22,117 kilometres (13,743 mi) in total it also has the longest land border of any country.
Countries sharing borders with China
The table below, is a table of countries and territories who share a land border with China around its perimeter. The numbers in parenthesis are their lengths in miles.
|Country||Length ((km) and (mi))||Notes|
|Bhutan||470 (292)||Disputed; depends on the resolution of various territorial conflicts between Bhutan and China|
|India||3488(2167)||Disputed; in three sections, separated by Nepal and Bhutan depends on the resolution of territorial conflicts between India and China, and between India and Pakistan|
|North Korea||1,416 (879)||Depends on the resolution of the territorial conflict between China and North Korea over Mount Paektu and Jiandao|
|Pakistan||524 (326)||Depends on the resolution of territorial conflicts between India and Pakistan|
|Russia||3,645 (2,264)||In two sections, separated by Mongolia|
- Territorial changes of the People's Republic of China
- Chinese–Korean border fence
- McMahon Line
- Tumen River
- Frontier Closed Area
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