The Jujan State is related to the Cian-bi people. Those were the
Mongolian speaking people. The State stretched on a vast territory of
Mongolia, the western part of Manchuria and eastern part of the Uighur
autonomous region, in the present Sing-zian. In the 5th century CE in
the territory of the Jujan State there was the lake of Baikal in the
north, Gobi and Chinese wall in the south, the Altai mountain range in
the west and the Korean peninsula in the east. The political center of
the Jujan State was located at the foot of the Khangai mountain.