• Located at southwest of China, Guizhou province is home to 17 ethnic groups and plenty of fabulous sights,
    with an area of more than 170,000 square kilometers and a population of 37,620,000.

    There is an old saying that Guizhou does not have “three feet of flat land nor three consecutive days of sunshine,
    nor any family owning three cents worth of silver”

    Situated at the northeastern part of Yunnan-Guizhou Plateau with high terrain in the west and low relief in the middle,
    the surface of the province is rugged and rough. Towering mountains, plunging ravines and karst landforms always
    attract multitudes of visitors

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  • Climate
    The highland type of subtropical monsoon climate makes the province warm and moist,
    with neither a frigid winter nor a sweltering summer. The annual average temperature there is 15°C.

    ndustries in the province ranging from coal, metallurgy, chemical, machinery, electric power to cigarette,
    textile and papermaking.

    In the fields of agriculture and by-products, there is mainly paddy rice, maize, rapeseed,
    tobacco and the outputs of tung oil, oil tea,Chinese Tallow, raw lacquer, tea and traditional Chinese medicinal materials.

    Guizhou cuisine is characterized by its use of natural ingredients from the mountains. This is to be expected since
    Guizhou is a very mountainous area. Most of Guizhou dishes are sour and hot.
    There is an interesting local saying: A girl who can not cook sour soup can not find a good husband.