Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, abbreviated as Gui in Chinese, is located on the south border of China. It covers an area of over 240,000 square kilometers, and has a population of 48.94 million. The capital city of Guangxi Province is Nanning.
Guangxi Province Geography: A large part of Guangxi Province is mountains and hills. The terrain of it gradually decends from northwest to southeast. Major mountains in Guangxi are Mount Haiyang Shan, Mount Yuecheng Ling, Mount Liuwan Dashan, Mount Shiwan Dashan, Mount Duyang Shan, Mount Fenghuang Shan, Mount Jiuwan Shan, Mount Dayao Shan and Mount Daming Shan. Major rivers are Xi River, Liu River, Yu River, Gui River and Ling River.
Guangxi Province Climate: Guangxi is ruled by a subtropical humid monsoon climate, characterized with abundant rainful and high temperature. Summer is long and hot, while winter is very cold. With an annual rainfall of 1,000 ~ 2,000mm, the average annual temperature is between 17 ~ 23 ℃, and 6 ~ 16 ℃ in January and 25 ~ 29℃ in July.
Guangxi Province Agriculture: Guangxi is one of the major rice producing bases in China. Farming of grain crop plays an important role in Guangxi's agriculture. Local crops are mainly rice, corn, potato, sugar canme soybean, peanut, etc.
Guangxi Province Industry: Guangxi is a major sugar production base in China. A complete industrial system has already been built up in Guangxi province, including machinery, metallurgy, power, rubber, electronics, textile, paper making, etc.
Tourist Resources of Guangxi Province: Guangxi is famous for its Karst physiognomy, which brings Guangxi gorgeous natural scenery. Scenery along Li River between Guilin and Yangshuo is most famous and attractive. Cultural relics in Longsheng, Baise, are all renowned tourist sites, The architectural style of Dong ethnic is symbolize by Chengyagn Bridge and Mapang Drum Tower.