Hainan is the largest island and the smallest province of China. It is located in the south of China and its neighboring countries are Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei, Indonesia and Vietnam. It has a mild climate and a favorable environment, so that especially young people often come to enjoy there lives here. Hainan is a multinational region and the ethnic villages of Li and Miao are very typical. As well as for the traditional food, especially the fresh and delicious seafood, Hainan is also famous for their beautiful handicrafts, like shell carvings. The nature is miscellaneous and offers tropical beaches around the southern city of Sanya, impressive mountain scenery in the southwest and coffee plantations on its east coast.