• China's second economically strongest province

    Located along the eastern coast of China, Jiangsu province ranks second among China's provinces economically. The overall economic strength of Jiangsu province has improved significantly since 2012.
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  • Charming Nanjing, the magnificent city

    Enclosed by mountains and rivers, and located in a strategic place, it boasts picturesque scenery that blends natural landscape with towering modern buildings, integrating traditional styles with modern civilization.
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  • A highland of innovation

    Hefei, the provincial capital of Anhui, is a national science center and strategic city for both the “Belt and Road” and the Yangtze River Economic Belt initiatives. It is also an innovative city with an international influence.
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  • A land of natural beauty and cultural deposits

    From Xiaogang village, the birthplace of China's rural reform, to Micius, the world's first quantum satellite, Anhui has undergone historic changes over the past decades, transforming from a major agricultural area to an innovation hub.
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  • Top choice for expats and best city for business

    Shanghai is the commercial and financial center of China and the fourth most financially competitive city in Asia after Singapore, Hong Kong, and Tokyo.
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  • Beyond poetic scenery

    Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province, is the economic center of the province. In 2019, the city achieved steady economic growth. It realized GDP of 1.54 trillion yuan ($216.84 billion), at a growth rate of 6.8 percent. 
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  • One of China's most economically developed provinces

    Located in the T-shaped joint of Yangtze River Economic Zone and eastern coastal economic belt, Zhejiang province is one of China's economic powerhouses fuelled by a strong private sector.
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