Chu River

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In the Chuy Valley below Tokmok

The Chu (or Shu, from Chinese: chǔ) is a river in northern Kyrgyzstan and southern Kazakhstan. It is 1067 km long[1] and is one of the longest rivers in Central Asia, a landlocked region. They are the homeplace of the Dungan people, who moved there during the Qing dynasty.

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