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1.About City

Chengdu, known as the "Land of Abundance, the capital of Sichuan Province, lies in the hinterland of the Chengdu Plain, in central Sichuan, having 14 million Resident populations, covering a total land area of 12,400 square kilometers. As one of the most important city in Midwest, Chengdu is the center of logistics, trade, science and technology, transportation and education in southwest China. Improved land and airlines extending nationwide provide greater convenience. Chengdu is also the main inland access city to Tibet.

Chengdu is a city with 4500 years civilization history and 3100 years city history, it is very famous for the jumping-off point of southern silk road in the world. Chengdu is one of the most famous historical and cultural cities, also known as the hometown of panda, which is richly endowed with fantastic natural resources and historical heritages. Within the city proper, numbers of ancient temples, parks and cultural relics are telling you the time-honored past of the city.  

Chengdu has the national High Technology Development Zone(HTDZ) and Economic and Technology Development Zone(ETDZ),where more than 200 of the Fortune Global 500 have settled down, such as Intel, Microsoft, Huawei, Symantec. Chengdu also has the most National regional administrative institutions and foreign affairs departments in western of China. In 2011, Chengdu was rated as one of 15 global best emerging business city by Fortune Magazine.

Welcome to Chengdu.


Jinli Ancient Street

Located in the east of Wu Hou Memorial Temple, Jinli Ancient Street (Jinli Old Street) is modern commercial pedestrian streets that embed into Chengdu ancient buildings which originally built during Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).

Over 350m (383 yds) in length, Jinli Ancient Street is the concentration of Chengdu nightlife, snacks and folk culture. They blend modern elements with the old buildings harmoniously.

Jinli Ancient Street's reputation is spreading all over the world since it opened to public in 2004. Reflecting both the diversity and integration of Sichuan custom and folklore, Jinli Ancient Street is a must-see location in not only Chengdu, but also in China as a whole.

Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding

The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is located in the northern suburb of Chengdu on Fu Tou Hill, 10 km from downtown. Eighty five percent of the world's wild panda population resides in Sichuan. As the guardians of this cherished gift from nature, Chengdu has devoted great resources towards learning about pandas and helping to preserve them in the wild.

Giant pandas are slowly fading from the wild due to habitat loss and poaching. It is this worldwide concern that has led to the establishment of the Chengdu Research Base. A number of pandas live there in large naturalistic habitats, helping visitors to understand how these animals live in the wild.

Dujiangyan Irrigation Project && Mt. Qingcheng

Dujiangyan, about 40km from Chengdu, is anirrigation infrastructure built in 256 BC during the Warring States period of China by the Kingdom of Qin. As a marvel of Chinese imagination, Dujiangyan is the oldest and only surviving no-dam irrigation system in the world; and a wonder in the development of Chinese science. Now, the project is honored as the 'Treasure of Sichuan', which still plays a crucial role in draining off floodwater, irrigating farms and providing water resources for more than 50 cities in the province.

Mt. Qingcheng, located in the southwest of the Dujiangyan Irrigation Project of China, is one of the most famous Taoist mountains in China. It is also a very attractive and intriguing scenic spot that is covered by luxuriant and verdant trees. The mountain, which is surrounded by numerous peaks and is shaped like a city, is dubbed 'the most peaceful and secluded mountain under heaven' and combines perfectly with its evergreen scenery.

Jinsha Site Museum

Jinsha is an archaeological site in Sichuan, China, located in the Qingyang District of Chengdu Prefecture. Located about 50 km away from Sanxingdui, the site flourished around 1000 BCE and shares similarities in burial objects with the Sanxingdui site. Ivory, jade artifacts, bronze objects, gold objects and carved stone objects were found at the site. Jinsha culture (1200–650 BCE) was a final phase of Sanxingdui culture and represents a relocation of the political center in the ancient Shu Kingdom. The city was built on the banks of the Modi River.

It is a rare site museum among Chinese museums because of its combination of modern civilization and the civilization of ancient Shu State (Sichuan Province was called Shu State in ancient times), as well as the combination of ecological environment and culture.

Mount Emei

Rising 3,099 meters (10,167 ft.) above sea level, about 160 kilometers from Chengdu, Mount Emei is the highest of China's four holy Buddhist Mountains. The name "Emei" literally means "delicate eyebrow".

Situated in the southwest area of Sichuan Basin, Emei Mountain flourishes in its temperate climate. Abundant rainfall gives rise to luxuriant green all year round and provides a perfect environment for hundreds of species of rare animals and plants.

Ever since Buddhism arrived in China, Mount Emei has been an important center of refuge and retreat for pilgrims. After the spread of Buddhism during the Tang and Song dynasties, many Buddhist temples were built here. It was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996.

Jiuzhai Valley

Jiuzhai Valley

Jiuzhai Valley of Sichuan Province is known as the "Tale Kingdom" which encompasses five spectacular landscapes that include blue lakes, waterfalls, verdant forests, snow-covered mountains, and the folk customs of the Tibetan and Qiang peoples. Water is the soul of Jiuzhai Valley. The water here is crystal clear, but the dissolved limestone and mineral deposits formed under the lakes make it appear bright and multicolored. This combined with the inverted reflection of the shore's trees, changing colors with the season, form a truly remarkable sight. The majestic lake and mountain scenery turns Jiuzhai Valley into a magic dreamy wonderland. It was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. Many directors are drawn here to film their works, including the famous Oscar-winning film, "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" directed by Li An.