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Hunan and Jiangxi Recommend 7 Tourist Routes

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A Hunan-Jiangxi border area leisure agriculture and tourism promotion was held in Nanchang, provincial capital of Jiangxi Province, on November 16. The two provinces recommended seven tourist routes in a bid to alleviate poverty and revitalize rural areas.  
 
The Hunan-Jiangxi border area includes:
Ten Hunan counties (including county-level cities): cities of Liuyang and Liling; and Chaling, Yanling, Youxian, Pingjiang, Rucheng, Guidong, Yizhang, and Anren counties; and,
Fourteen Jiangxi counties (including county-level cities and districts): Jingangshan City; and Yongxin, Suichuan, Lianhua, Shangli, Luxi, Tonggu, Wanzai, Xiushui, Shangyou, and Chongyi counties; and Anyuan, Xiangdong, and Yuanzhou Districts.
The two provincial governments, following instructions made in the work report of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), decided to develop a demonstration area for regional cooperation, in order to accelerate revitalization and development of the old revolutionary bases at the border area. 
 
The 24 counties, including county-level cities and districts, will use revolutionary and ecological resources to develop the seven recommended routes. They are: the Pingjiang-Xiushui exploration route; Liuyang-Tonggu, Wanzai, and Shangli revolutionary-themed route; Liling-Pingxiang, Luxi, and Yuanzhou rural sightseeing and scientific population route; Youxian, Anren, Chaling-Lianhua, and Yongxin folk custom experience route; Yanling-Jinggangshan farming culture and revolutionary-themed route; Guidong-Suichuan forest and revolutionary-themed route; and, Yizhang, Rucheng-Chongyi, and Shangyou fitness route. 
 
The provincial departments of agriculture and rural affairs will use the natural environment, abundant agricultural resources, and revolutionary-themed culture, based on their historical origins and geological locations. They will solve problems of developing leisure agriculture and rural tourism, and transfer resources into economic advantages. 
 
This article is from Hunan Provincial Government www.enghunan.gov.cn.
 
Translator: Pang Yuehui
 
Chinese source: hunan.gov.cn