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We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall! Didn't know what to expect and were thrilled to have him as our guide. Very imformative, knowledgable and fun! We go to experience a part of The Great Wall that was unrestored and see all its natural beauty. Got a long history lesson along the way!

After the hike, we all went to lunch at a small place at the bottom of the hill. Located in a house, we ate lunch in the proprietors bedroom! What a hoot! Rogin is the Best of the Best! This tour company delivered for us and we are extremely grateful.

Karenkatz,
Westborough, Massachusetts
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Jiangxi Travel Guide Location: Located in the southeast of China, Jiangxi Province(江西省) is bordering Zhejiang Province and Fujian Province to the east, adjacent to Guangdong Province in the south, Hunan Province in the north, with Yangtze River surging forward.

Population: 45,149,100

Area: 166,900 Square Kilometers

Nationalities: Han, Hakka, Manchu, Hui

History:
The exploitation history of Jiangxi can be dated from 10,000 years ago, verified by the cultural relic unearthed during recent research. Jiangxi Province initially exerted its administrative function during Han dynasty (202 B.C.-220A.D.). In the year of 291, it was transferred into Jiang Zhou, with Jiangxi Region remained as the original county. During Sui Dynasty (510-618), as "Zhou" was descended into the level with "county", Jiangxi region is divided into 7 counties and 24 districts, which was enlarged into 8 Zhou and 37 Counties by the dynasty of Tang.

During the dynamic period of Five Dynasties, Jiangxi region was under the jurisdiction of Wu and Tang dynasty respectively. As the executive secretariat was established during Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), Jiangxi took the administration of 13 Roads including Longxing, Ji'an, Nankang, Ganzhou, Jianchang, Jiangzhou, Nan'an, Ruizhou and so forth, 2 independent prefectures, 48 couties and 16 county-level prefectures.

It was not until the republican era did the former Prefecture, Zhou and Office totally transfer into County without exception, when Jiangxi Province held the administrative power of 81 counties.

Climate: Located in the southern region of China, Jiangxi enjoys a relative long and warm spring, characterized by a flighty weather and heavier rainfall compared with other region in China. It includes a dry and hot summer which usually lasted from July to October, and a warm winter with a short period of frost, which is particular true of the condition in recent years. The narrow landscape of Jiangxi Province has also featured the region with a climatic distinction between southern and northern area, whereas given an overall view, the region will be concluded as warm and sunny.

The annual mean temperature of Jiangxi Province is approximately 18℃ (64.4°F), and the northeastern region is a little bit lower than southwestern region including Fuzhou, south Ji'an, and the middle course of Xin River. Regions near the southern basin involves the highest annual mean temperature of 19-20℃.

Transportation: Jiangxi Province includes an advanced transportation network combined with airway, railway and highway.

Airways- Changbei International Airport, located in Nanchang, is one of the most bustling airports in Asian region which serves as the hub for international travel service as well as freight transport. In addition, there are 4 aviations designed for civil usage located in Ganzhou, Jiujiang, Jingdezhen and Jinggangshan, Jiangxi Province, and according to recent estimation, the Golden Airport in Ganzhou is expected to be the first experimental airport for sub-line development.

Rail ways- Major railways in Jiangxi include Line Beijing-Jiujiang, Line Zhejiang-Ganzhou, Line Wuhu-Guixi, Line Yingtan-Xiamen, Wuhan-Jiujiang, as well as combined with sub-lines of Line Hengfeng-Nanpingnan, Xiangtang-Le'an, Fenyi-Wenzhu and so forth.

Highways- The highway in Jiangxi Province is crossing, with lines departing from center Nanchang to all directions, including Jiujiang in the north, Ganzhou in the south, Pingxiang in the west, Zhejiang Province and Shanghai in the east. Highways of Jiujiang-Jingdezhen, Jingdezhen-Wuyuan and Wuhan-Ji'an have been opened up as well. Besides, 6 national lines have also linked the southern and northern region of Jiangxi Province.

Local Specialties: Sweet orange, Jingdezhen Chinaware, Yunwu Tea, Bamboo ware. Native specialties include mushroom, Auricularia auricular, Chinese brush.

Local Foods: Jiangxi cuisine has earned great fame internationally, among which Strew Chicken with three flavors, Roast pork with Bamboo sprout, fish with scrambled eggs, Xinfeng redish dumpling, Huangyuan rice cracker are highly recommended.

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