from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- An inlet of the Yellow Sea on the northeast coast of China west of the Shandong and Liaodong peninsulas.
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- n. an inlet of the Yellow Sea, on the coast of Eastern China
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The coastal resort at Beidaihe, three hours east of Beijing and overlooking the Gulf of Bo Hai, couldnt claim to be the most spectacular in the world, but the sea was clean, the beach shelved gently into cool waters, the resort town itself was sleepy and laid back, and the sea food was superb.
In this image, pale gray haze obscures the view of the coastal lowlands near Bo Hai and the Yellow Sea.
In this image, dust plumes completely obscure the lowlands west of Bo Hai, and thinner dust plumes mix with clouds over the ocean.
A steady supply of sediment expanded the Yellow River delta until it pushed into Bo Hai like a giant hook.
By now, you should have all of China except for the region of He Bei, which includes Ye, Bo Hai, Ping Yuan, Jin Yang, Jen Ding, Yan, and Bei Ping.
And in 1995, Beijing banned fishing in the Bo Hai and Yellow seas during June, July and August (and more recently on some rivers).