Travel Around
  • Liuyang Firework Museum


    With an annual sales volume of over two billion yuan, a modern fireworks and firecrackers industrial base with perfect domestic and foreign sales networks has been formed.

  • Changsha Bamboo Slips Museum


    To protect these precious cultural relics, the municipal government of Changsha allocated more than 78 million yuan ($9.75 million) to build the museum.

  • Taiping Street


    On weekends, simple and unsophisticated residents – especially the elderly, in twos and threes – spend their leisure time in the old alleys off Taiping Street.

  • Dawei Mountain Forest Park in Liuyang


    It is the highest mountain in the eastern part of Hunan, standing at about 1,608 meters, and is at the head of Liuyang River.

  • Old Town of Jinggang


    The town used to be a natural port with convenient waterway transportation, and hence became a collecting and distribution center of grains and native products.

  • Huitang Hot Spring


    The resort is perfect not only for healing and leisure purposes, but also conferences and business.

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Changsha seeks to revive porcelain production

In recent years, the local government has sought to revive the region's long tradition in porcelain making and boost local industry with the cultural influence of ancient Tongguan kilns, which have a history of 1,200 years.

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