Chinese Name: 江西 jiāng xīAbbreviation: GanPopulation: 46,661,000Area: 166,900 square kilometers 64,440 square milesLocation: in the east of ChinaAdministrative Division: 11 cities Nanchang, Jingdezhen, Pingxiang, Jiujiang, Xinyu, Yingtan, Ganzhou, Ji’an, Yichun, Fuzhou, ShangraoGDP 2019: CNY 2,475. 75 billion USD 358. 86 billionJiangxi Province with Nanchang as the capital is located in the south bank of the center and lower reaches of the Yangtze River in the central a part of southeast China. It borders Zhejiang and Fujian to the east, Anhui and Hubei to the north, Hunan to the west and Guangdong to the south.
Ganjiang River, a tributary of the Yangtze River, runs during the whole territory from south to north and flows into Poyang Lake, the largest fresh water lake in China. Every year, numerous migratory birds overwinter in this place. Jiangxi is rich in mineral supplies, specially the nonferrous, rare earth and valuable metals. One of the super large copper industrial bases in Asia is just founded here. You can visit Jingdezhen, a leading porcelain production center, famous for generating fine porcelain which is “white as jade, bright as a mirror, thin as paper and sound as chime”. What’s more, no guests cannot be plagued by the towering and precipitous mountains like Mt.
Lushan, alluring geographical region views in Wuyuan, prominent Pavilion of Prince Teng, time honored Bailudong Academy and Donglin Temple, the birthplace of Pure Land Buddhism. Jiangxi province is a display for natural beauty. Visitors will find it hard to depart its appealing mountains, lakes and rivers. Particularly attractive is Poyang Lake, which isn’t just the biggest fresh water lake in China, but also the largest winter habitat for white cranes. When winter procedures, about 2,800 white cranes will migrate to Poyang Lake to spend their winter. What a brilliant sight!On the east side of this lake is Mt.
Lushan, a fantastic summer resort with its lush mountains, enveloping clouds and mists, rapid streams and a large number of deep pools and waterfalls. Mysterious and mesmerizing sceneries nestle in its secluded valleys and deep ravines. Sudongpo, a widely known poet of the Song Dynasty 960 1279, in honor of the ‘Cloud Sea’ of Mt. Lushan for its ever altering mist, wrote, ‘The failure to get a real angle of the mountain only leads to the incontrovertible fact that you are right in the course of it’. Another mountain Jinggangshan enjoys a dual repute.
It is more widely known as the cradle of the Chinese revolution as opposed to for its herbal beauty, that’s, in fact, similar to the more famous Lu Shan. The ancient sites of Jiangxi Province also attract guests from all corners of the realm. Nanchang is its capital. Pavilion of Prince Teng is found just west of Nanchang and is one of 3 famous pavilions south of the Yangtze River. This pavilion gained its fame to a very good extent on account of a widely known poem called ‘Preface to Tengwang Pavilion’ by Wangbo, a reputable poet of the Tang Dynasty.
Donglin Monastery is located at the foot of Lushan. It was built in 386 for the monk Hui Yuan 334 416, founder of the Pure Land sect of Buddhism. Hui Yuan spent many years translating Buddhist scriptures during this temple.