Despite the fact that whether the largescale crustal extrusion occurs within the Tibetan Plateau remains dispute，there exist many evidences indicating that the curstal extrusion widely occurred within the orogenic belts within the Tibetan Plateau and other orogenic belts in China with different age，style and magnitude. The curstal extrusion along the QinlingDabie Shan belt occurred in Mesozoic time，resulted from the northsouth convergence between the North and South China，by which the lower crust that experienced ultrahigh pressure metamorphism were extruded eastward and uplifted to the surface in the TongbaiDabie area，whereas the upper crust including the Liufengguan flysch in Triassic age and the Bikou block in Proterozoic age were extruded westward. The LanpinSimao Basin within the Three River fault belt was extruded to the south by the oblique convergence between the India and the South China in middle Tertiary time，separated from the Cangdu Basin to the north，leaving a space shortened in east and west direction. The curstal extrusion occurred along the western syntaxis of the Himalayas attributed to the northward indentation of the rigid India plate is taken up by the leftlateral movement on the Altyn Tagh fault on the north and by the rightlateral movement on the Karakunlun fault on the south. The main part of the Xuefeng block within the South China was experienced southwestward extrusion under the regional northwestsoutheast compression. The Triassic flysch within the West Qinling fold belt was extruded southeastward extrusion by northsouth convergence between the Chaidum Basin and the Qilian Shan belt. Under the NS compression between the Yangtze block and the Qinling belt along the Huangling and other domes，the Sichuan Basin was extruded to the west along a set of conjugation fault system，which led the protoSichuan Basin to be dismembered.