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Date: 2016-1-18 18:21:53

Introduction of Jiangyin City

Jiangyin city is located in the geometrical center of the Yangtze Delta, which is known as the most economically developed region in China. Bounded by the Yangtze River on the north and the Taihu Lake on the south, Jiangyin is a vibrant river port city abounds with cultural heritage. It lies 150km from Shanghai and Nanjing, and is supported by 6 airports within 160km radius. Jiangyin Yangtze Road Bridge, Xi-Cheng Superhighway, Hu-Ning Superhighway, Yanjiang Superhighway and Xin-Chang Railway combine to form a transportation hub integrating water transportation into land transportation. The city covers an area of totals 988 square km and is populated by 1.2 million people. 


History of Jiangyin

Jiangyin, called Jiyang, in the ancient, is located in the Yangtze River Delta. As it is located in the south of Changjiang River, and since then, its name of "Jiangyin" has replaced "Jiyang". The total area of Jiangyin is 987.5 square kilometers. It has the population of 1,203,500. Jiangyin has been long known as a “Gateway to the Yangtze river mouth” and a “Strategic Port City”. Since ancient times, the city has been known for its perpetuated cultural heritage. As one of the most important cradles of the Liangzhu Culture, Jiangyin has had 7,000 years of humanities history, 5,000 years of civilization history and 2,500 years of recorded history. Since the Ming and Qing Dynasties, there have been countless eminent elites, including but not limited to Xu Xiake (a great geographer), Miao Quansun (known as “the Initiator of Modern Chinese Libraries”), Liu Bannong (a great modern litterateur), Liu Tianhua (a great ethnic musician) and Ju Zan (a great Buddhist researcher). Jiangyin is known for nearly one hundred college presidents, 13 academicians and over 40 generals of the country.


Geography and Climate

Geographically, Jiangyin lies on the Southern Jiangsu Plain and is crisscrossed by numerous rivers and lakes, including Yangtze River on its north, the Grand Canal, Lake Shaobai and other 550 rivers/irrigation canals in total. The national resources mainly include agriculture and fishery.

Jiangyin has a maritime monsoon climate, with distinct four seasons. The annual average temperature is 16.7℃ around. The annual precipitation is close 1,000 mm. The so-called Mei Yu season, meaning 'humid and rainfall abundant' in Chinese, only last about 2-3 weeks. The city has 239 days free of frost.


Gross domestic product of Jiangyin

Jiangyin creates 1/250th of China’s fiscal revenue, 1/200th of GDP and 1/100th of stock listed companies with 1/10000th of China’s territory and 1/1000th of China’s population. Jiangyin has ranked on top of the list in respect of the county economy communities in China for many successive years.    


Jiangyin achieved an annual GDP of 200 billion Chinese Yuan, fiscal revenue of 38 billion Chinese Yuan including general budget revenue of 13 billion Chinese Yuan, a disposable income of urban citizens comes to 30,184, Yuan, and the per capita net income of peasants comes to 14,898 Yuan. In terms of per capita net income of peasants, the city has been ranking on top of all other cities in Jiangsu for 11 successive years. In a national ranking of fundamental competitiveness of county economies, Jiangyin has been listed in the No.1 position for eight successive years.  In the recent five years, Jiangyin has been awarded more than 40 national honors: One of the First National-Level Ecological Cities, an International Garden City, and China’s Most Charming City for Economic Vitality, One of China’s Ten Famous Harmonious Cities, and a National-Level Exemplary Pacemaker City for Sustainable Development, etc. Also, Jiangyin is one of the 18 national-level typical regions designated by the Central government in memory of the Reform & Opening Policy. It’s also famed as a “Pioneer City for Scientific Development”.


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