A Look at H1 Changsha Foreign Trade Data
Changsha’s Intangible Cultural Heritages
Changsha City is the provincial capital of Hunan Province. It has a profound civilization with rich cultural heritage. Its written history dates back to 1,600 BC. In 1982, Changsha City was named by the State Council as the first batch of “historical and cultural cities”. At the same time, Changsha enjoys the titles of "Culture City of East Asia" and "City of Media Arts" .
Recommended Whitewater Rafting Places in Changsha
Rafting and whitewater rafting are exciting outdoor activities which use an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other body of water. Changsha is blessed with rich water and mountain resources. Here are some recommended rafting places in Changsha.
18th Chinese Bridge-Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students
This year’s “Chinese Bridge” is themed on “One World, One Family” and highlights the word “friends”. It aims to build a world-class “circle of friends” for young people from all over the world to learn about China and make friends, and serve as a platform for them to share China’s achievements in science and technology, environmental protection, and culture.
First China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo
The China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo, jointly sponsored by the Ministry of Commerce of the People's Republic of China (MOFCOM) and the People's Government of Hunan Province, is one of the most important platforms for economic and trade cooperation under the FOCAC mechanism.
Changsha Metro Line 4
The Changsha Metro Line 4 began construction in late 2014, and opens to trial operation on May 26, 2019. It is Changsha’s third subway line, after Line 1 and Line 2. The entire route is 33.5km long, with 25 stations. It connects the east and west banks of the Xiangjiang River, and is an important part of Changsha’s “Union Jack” shaped subway plan.