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Wuning Introduction

Situated at the conjunction area of Hunan, Hubei and Jiangxi provinces, Wuning County has a total area of 3,500.6 square kilometers, ranking 4th in Jiangxi. It enjoys the warm and humid subtropical monsoon climate with superb natural conditions and ecological beauties. Wuning has a history of over 1,800 years since its establishment as an official county in 199 AC. Due to rapid economic and social development, Wuning County has been awarded 11 honorary titles, namely, “National Healthy County”, “National Ecological Demonstration Zone”, “Cultural Advanced County in China”, “China’s Excellent County on the Comprehensive Improvement of Urban Environment”, “ National Model Town on Civilization”, “ National Garden County”, “National Civilization County”, “National Safety County”, “National Safety Smoothness County”, “National Advanced County in Returning the Land to Forestry”, and “Natio…[More]

Wuning History

Wuning was Yihou’s territory in Shang Dynasty, and during the Spring and Autumn Period and the Warring States Period it belonged to the kingdoms of Wu, Yue and Chu. Later, Wuning belonged to Qin Dynasty and Haihun of the Han Dynasty respectively in the 23rd year under the rule of First Emperor Qin (224 BC) and the 3rd year under the rule Emperor Jing of Han (154 BC). Wuning County came into being in the 4th year of Jian An in the Eastern Han Dynasty (199 A D). In the first year of Jin (280), Xi’an County was renamed as Yuning County. In the third year (559) of the Southern Dynasties, Yuning County built a prefecture which was removed in the 9th years (589) of Sui Dynasty, and was integrated into Jianchang County. In the Tang Dynasty, Wuning covered a vast territory, known as “Wang County”. According to the record of the county annals, Wuning was once a big city governing 20 townships. In the sixte…[More]