Jinggang Ancient Town
Located in northwest of Wangcheng District, Changsha, Jinggang is an ancient town with a long history and rich culture. Located at the junction of the Xiangjiang River and the Weishui River, Jinggang was once a prosperous harbor for selling and transporting salt and rice in the late Qing Dynasty. It enjoyed the reputation of being "one of China's four largest rice markets."
As a "Chinese Ancient Historic and Cultural Town" and a national 4A tourism site, it boasts many tourist attractions. Ningxiang Assembly Hall, and the former site of the CPC Hunan Provincial Committee are located here.
The photo shows 100 college students, who attended the 11th Chinese Bridge Competition, a Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students, visited Jinggang Town in Wangcheng. They experienced charming Hunan culture while enjoying the natural scenery and appreciating the human landscape.
Source: hunantoday.cn; Hunan.gov.cn