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    Xi'an (西安) 


    Xi'an is the first of China's Four Great Ancient Capitals and played a very important part in Chinese history. Xi'an is characterized by and proud of its ancient heritage, and rightly so. The immaculately restored and mighty city wall still dominates the center of the city, with traffic navigating through underpasses in its girth. Many modern buildings are in keeping with ancient style, especially the roofs.

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    Zhuhai (珠海) 

    Zhuhai is a city with a beautiful environment and pleasant climate.It is a special economic zone in China. It is located in the south-east of China;it is adjacent to Macau and is not far from Hongkong. It is an important city in the south of the Pearl River Delta. Zhuhai has the longest coastline and most isles among all the cities in the Pearl River Delta.

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    Chengdu (成都) 

    'The young shouldn't come to Chengdu and the old shouldn't leave.' This ancient Chinese saying about Chengdu still has truth to it today. Chengdu is a place which the young may find very comfortable and lose their ambitions, but for the same reason the elderly should stay here. Once in Chengdu you will feel the relaxed atmosphere. People go about business without getting rich on their minds. Chengdu has been found to be much older than previously thought. The Jinsha excavation site shows us that Chengdu was an important gathering place for people4,000 years ago. For those interested in Chinese culture there are many great stories that come from this ancient city.

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    Wuhan (武汉) 

    Wuhan is an interesting large city in the inland central area of China that somehow feels less modernized than China’s coastal cities or Beijing, but it is one of China’s main high-tech, education and financial centers. It is China’s 10th largest city. It is interesting for tourists because there are scenic areas and the big Yangtze River. The people are unusually cordial to foreigners. Because it is right in the middle of the navigable part of the Yangtze River between Shanghai on the coast and Sichuan and Chongqing far to the west, it has long been a transportation hub. The old town of Hankou that is now a part of modern Wuhan was China’s second largest commercial center after Shanghai during the 1800s and early part of the 1900s. Prices for meals and transportation are low, transportation to the city is unusually convenient, and it is an interesting tourist destination and a good place to start a tour of the Yangtze River basin.

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    Taizhou (台州) 

    Taizhou is a city on the eastern coast of China's Zhejiang province, facing the East China Sea. It is located 300 km south of Shanghai and 230 km 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. 

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    Wenzhou (温州)

    Wenzhou is a prefecture-level city in southeastern Zhejiang province in the People's Republic of China. Wenzhou, which translates to "a mild and pleasant land", derives its name from its climate, as it is neither extremely hot in summer nor extremely cold in the winter. It was a prosperous foreign treaty port, which remains well-preserved today. It is situated in a mountainous region and, as a result, has been isolated for most of its history from the rest of the country, making the local culture and language very distinct not only from the rest of China but from neighbouring areas as well. It is also known for its emigrants who leave their native land for Europe and the United States, with a reputation for being entrepreneurs who start restaurants, retail and wholesale businesses in their adopted countries. 

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    Foshan (佛山)

    is a prefecture-level city in central Guangdong province, China. The area under the city's jurisdiction is about 3,848.49 km2 and has an urban population of over 7.2 million. It is part of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone with 44.78 million inhabitants.The native dialect is the Foshan variant of Cantonese, but many areas of Foshan are now occupied by Mandarin.

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