Nanchang, the capital of Jiangxi Province in southeastern China, is the center of Jiangxi’s politics, economy, and culture. As a renowned historical and cultural city with a history of over 2200 years, Nanchang has been bearing the reputation of “a given land abundant in natural resources and outstanding in producing talented figures”.
It’s worth mentioning that Nanchang is a heroic city with glorious revolutionary tradition in which the People’s Liberation Army was born here and “the August 1st Spirit” appeared here. Historical sites include the Eight Shanren Memorial, which traces back to more than 2500 years ago, August 1 Nanchang Uprising Memorial, which was established in 1956, and etc.
As an open and developing modern city, Nanchang is a pleasant and prosperous city with a growing industry, places for recreation, and a scenic and environment-friendly city with beautiful mountains, rivers and lakes. The Gan River passes through the city from south to north and the whole city is dotted with rivers and lakes.
Except for historical sites, Nanchang also boasts a great many of cultural and natural sceneries, such as Tengwang Pavilion, Youmin Temple, Shengjin Tower, Poyanghu National Park and Meilin Mountain, and it is close to the famous resort - Lushan Mountain.