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Yinjing, "One Village in Two Countries"
Update:2015-10-03       

  Yinjing, "One Village in Two Countries", is 11 kilometers from downtown of Ruili. It is located on the Sino-Burmese frontier beside the No.71 boundary landmark. The borderline splits the whole village in two parts, with the one in China named Yinjin, and the other in Burma called Mangxiu. Since there is no natural boundary on the border, it is common that the Chinese melon vines extend and fruit over the bamboo fences in Burma or the Burmese hens lay eggs in Chinese families. The languages of the villagers in two countries are interlinked. The villagers share the same custom, street, well and market, living in peace from generation to generation.