There are many bodies of water in China, including the Yangtze, Yellow and Pearl Rivers. The Yangtze River, which has a length of 3,915 miles (6,300 kilometers), is the third largest river in the world.
The Yangtze River is the longest river in China, and its source is in the Tangullashan Mountains. It flows eastward through many provinces and empties into the East China Sea. The Yellow and the Heilongjiang rivers are the second and third largest in China respectively. The Pearl River, with a length of 2,214 kilometers, is located in the southern region of China.
Some other large rivers in China are the Zhujiang and the Huaihe. Other important landforms in China include the Himalayan Mountains and the Gobi Desert.