Xianju County

Xianju County (Chinese: 仙居县; pinyin: Xiānjū Xiàn Tai-chow dialect: Sin-kü Yön) is a county of Zhejiang, China. It is under the administration of the Taizhou city. It is the location of Shenxianju, a geological site protected by the Chinese government. Xianju is an economically underdeveloped county, relying somewhat on tourism. On October 15, Shenxianju scenic spot became a national 5A level scenic spot.

Xianju County

仙居县

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Bonsai garden just outside the Shenxianju geologic area.
Bonsai garden just outside the Shenxianju geologic area.
Xianju is located in Zhejiang
Xianju
Xianju
Location of the seat in Zhejiang
Coordinates: 28°51′14″N 120°43′52″E / 28.8539°N 120.731°ECoordinates: 28°51′14″N 120°43′52″E / 28.8539°N 120.731°E
CountryPeople's Republic of China
ProvinceZhejiang
Prefecture-level cityTaizhou
Named forIn Chinese, xian means "celestial spirit," and ju means "dwelling place." Xianju was named "dwelling place of celestial spirits" due to its natural beauty.
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)
Websitehttp://www.zjxj.gov.cn/InfoPub/Default.aspx http://www.zjxj.gov.cn/InfoPub/ZWPD_XJLY.aspx

Tourist attractions

Xianju National Park is a national park and famous scenic spot in the county.

Transportation

Xianju is intersected by Zhuyong Expressway (S26; ZhujiYongjia) and Taijin Expressway (S28; Taizhou – Jinhua). It is accessible by bus from all major cities in Zhejiang province.

Anzhou

Anzhou may refer to:

Anzhou Subdistrict, a subdistrict in Xianju County, Zhejiang, China

Anzhou, Hebei, a town in Anxin County, Hebei, China

Haishu District

Haishu (Chinese: 海曙; pinyin: Hǎishǔ) is a county-level district under the jurisdiction of Ningbo city in Zhejiang Province of the People's Republic of China.

Since the district has a drum tower (gulou) that was constructed during the Tang Dynasty, it is alternatively called "Haishu Lou". The district's total area is 29 square kilometers, and its population is 280,000 people. The district's postal code is 315000. The district people's government is located at 229 Lingqiao Road.

Jianggan District

Jianggan District is one of ten urban districts of the prefecture-level city of Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province, East China. The district is located in the northeast of Hangzou and on the northern (left) bank of the Qiantang River.

Jianqiao Airport is located in Jianqiao, Jianggan. Zhejiang Airlines once had its headquarters there.

Kecheng District

Kecheng (Chinese: 柯城区; pinyin: Kēchéng) is a district of the city of Quzhou, Zhejiang Province, China.

Longyou County

Longyou County is a county of Quzhou City, in the west of Zhejiang Province, China.

In it is located the Huzhen pagoda (湖镇舍利塔; Húzhèn Shèlìtǎ). The Quzhou Longyou Caves or Grottoes (衢州龙游石窟; Qúzhōu Lóngyóu shíkū, 29.06200°N 119.18412°E / 29.06200; 119.18412). [1][2] are a local feature.

Lü Shinang

Lü Shinang (died 1121) was the leader of a Chinese Manichaean cult who led an uprising against the Song dynasty in Taizhou, Zhejiang. He also appears as a minor character in Water Margin, one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature. In the novel, he is a subordinate of Fang La, a rebel leader that the 108 Stars of Destiny have to defeat after they received amnesty from Emperor Huizong.

Nanxi River (Zhejiang)

The Nanxi River (Chinese: 楠溪江; pinyin: nánxījiāng) is located in Yongjia County of the Zhejiang Province in eastern China, and is a major tributary of the Ou River.

The Nanxi River Scenic Area (楠溪江景区) was named a National Tourist Scenic Spot by the State Council in 1988 due to its scenic landscape accompanied by its unique local culture.

It is 23 kilometres from Wenzhou, east of the Yandang Mountains, north of Xianju County and west of Xiandu County. The Nanxi River is 150 kilometers long and has a drainage area of 2429 square kilometers. It runs from north to south and flows into the Ou River, which empties into the East China Sea. The Nanxi River has 36 bends and 72 beaches.

The main scenic spots of the Nanxi River area include Baizhang Waterfall, Furong Triangle Rock, the Waterfall of Tengxi Pool, the Twelve Peaks, Taogong Cave, the Warehouse Under The Cliff, the Furong Ancient Hamlet and Lion Rock. The rock stratum of the mountains is mostly made up of tuff, rhyolite, and granite. The river is located in the subtropical monsoon zone and is influenced by a maritime climate. The climate is warm and moist year round. Temperatures vary from 4.2 to 38.2 °C (39.6 to 100.8 °F). The average annual temperature is 18.2 °C (64.8 °F). Drifting in the Nanxi River is the hottest activity. People sit on a bamboo catamaran which drifts rapidly with the current. From the raft, views of the ancient village, remote foggy mountains and locals washing along the river can be seen. The locals transport wood from the forest by means of the river. Th wood is floated from the upper reaches and retrieved in the lower reach of the river.

Pingyang County

Pingyang County (simplified Chinese: 平阳县; traditional Chinese: 平陽縣; pinyin: Píngyáng Xiàn, Wenzhounese:ben yi) is a county in the prefecture-level city of Wenzhou, located along the southern coast of Zhejiang province, China.

There are two main cities with many surrounding villages in Pingyang. The two main cities are called AoJiang and KunYang (KunYang is commonly called PingYang, however PingYang is also the name of the county). AoJiang is located ten minutes outside of KunYang and the various villages and area's that are also classified as part of Pingyang county extend for about a 1-hour radius.

Qujiang District, Quzhou

Qujiang District (Chinese: 衢江区; pinyin: Qújiāng) is a district of Quzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China.

Suichang County

Suichang County (Chinese: 遂昌县; pinyin: Suíchāng Xiàn) is a county under the jurisdiction of Lishui City, in the southwest of Zhejiang Province, China, bordering Fujian province to the southwest.

Taishun County

Taishun County (simplified Chinese: 泰顺县; traditional Chinese: 泰順縣; pinyin: Tàishùn Xiàn) is a county in the prefecture-level city of Wenzhou, in the southern part of Zhejiang province, China, bordering Fujian province to the southeast, south, and west.

Taishun County has more than 900 covered bridges, many of them hundreds of years old, as well as a covered bridge museum.[1] Wuyanling National Nature Reserve in the west of the county represents significant natural values as well as being a touristic attraction.

The 2007 population was 350,000.

Taizhou, Zhejiang

Taizhou (pronunciation in PRC Standard Mandarin: [tʰái.ʈʂóu] (listen), Taizhou dialect: Tetsiu), alternately known as Taichow, is a city located at the middle of the East China Sea coast of Zhejiang province. It is located 300 km (190 mi) south of Shanghai and 230 km (140 mi) southeast of Hangzhou, the provincial capital. It is bordered by Ningbo to the north, Wenzhou to the south, and Shaoxing, Jinhua, and Lishui to west. In addition to the municipality itself, the prefecture-level city of Taizhou includes 3 districts, 2 county-level cities, and 4 counties.

At the 2010 census, its population was 5,968,838 inhabitants whom 3,269,304 lived in the built-up (or metro) area made of 3 urban Districts and Wenling City now being largely conurbated.

Wucheng District

Wucheng (Chinese: 婺城; pinyin: Wùchéng) is a district of the city of Jinhua, Zhejiang province, China.

Wuxing District

Wuxing District (simplified Chinese: 吴兴区; traditional Chinese: 吳興區; pinyin: Wúxīng Qū) is the central district of the prefecture-level city of Huzhou, Zhejiang, China.

Xiage

Xiage may refer to the following locations in China:

Xiage, Chaohu (夏阁镇), town in Anhui

Xiage, Zhao'an County (霞葛镇), town in Zhao'an County, Fujian

Xiage, Xianju County (下各镇), town in Xianju County, Zhejiang

Xianju National Park

Xianju National Park (Chinese: 仙居国家公园) is a national park in Xianju County, Zhejiang, China. It lies between the Kuocang Mountains (Chinese: 括苍山脉) and Dalei Mountain (Chinese: 大雷山) in southeastern Zhejiang province. It shrouded by the cloud and mist all the year around. It covers an area of 301-square-kilometre (116 sq mi).

Ying Yong

Ying Yong (Chinese: 应勇; pinyin: Yīng Yǒng; born November 1957) is a Chinese politician and current Mayor of Shanghai. He came to prominence beginning in 2003 in Zhejiang province, and served as the President of the provincial High Court. He served as the head of the Organization Department of the Shanghai Municipal Party Committee before he became deputy party chief of Shanghai.

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