Heilongjiang is a province in the northeastern part of China, bordered by Jilin to the south and Inner Mongolia to the west. The China–Russia border runs from its north to the east. The capital and the largest city of the province is Harbin. It is China’s largest agricultural base and an important industrial area with the main industries being oil, timber, coal and machinery.
The province has a humid continental climate. Areas in the far north are subarctic. Winters are long and bitter with summers being short but warm to very hot. Clear weather is prevalent throughout the year. During the springs the Songnen Plain and the Sanpingjiang Plain provide abundant sources of wind energy.
Following are major Cities and towns in Heilongjiang