Fuzhou ( ) is a prefecture-level city in Jiangxi province of the People's Republic of China. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fuzhou, Jiangxi"
Ganzhou ( ) is a prefecture-level city in Jiangxi province, China. Its administrative seat is at Zhanggong (章贡). ...more on Wikipedia about "Ganzhou"
Gongqing (Chinese: 共青城，pinyin: gong4qing1cheng2) is a small planned city of around 35,000 people located in Jiangxi Province in the People's Republic of China. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gongqing"
Jingdezhen ( ), or the Town of Jingde, is a prefecture-level city, previously a town, in Jiangxi Province, China, has been termed the " Porcelain Capital" (瓷都) because of its production of quality china. It has a 1700-year-old history of china production. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jingdezhen"
Jiujiang ( ) is a prefecture-level city occupying the northwest corner of Jiangxi Province in southeast China. It is an important port city in the middle stretch of the Yangtze River (Changjiang). ...more on Wikipedia about "Jiujiang"
Nanchang ( ) is the capital of Jiangxi Province in southeastern China. It is located 60 km south of the Yangtze River and sits on the banks of the Gan River. Nanchang is known for the Tengwang Pavilion, a towering pavilion dating to 653 and Nanchang's People's Square, the second largest public square in China, after Beijing's Tiananmen Square. Nanchang has a population of approximately 1.57 million people and a metropolitan area of about 4.07 million people. ** ...more on Wikipedia about "Nanchang"
Ruijin (Chinese: (瑞金,pinyin: rui jin) is a small city in the mountains bordering Fujian Province in south-eastern Jiangxi. It is most famous as one of the earliest centers of Chinese communist activity. After being forced out of Jinggangshan in the late 1920's by the Guomindang, the Communists fled here, taking advantage of Ruijin's relative isolation in the rugged mountains along Jiangxi's border with Fujian. In 1931, under Mao Zedong's leadership, the Chinese Soviet Republic was established here. By 1934, they had again been surrounded by Chiang Kai-shek's forces. It is from here that the famed " Long March" began. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ruijin"
Shangrao ( ) is a medium-sized prefecture-level city located in the northeast of China's Jiangxi province. Its most famous product is the Shangrao bus. ...more on Wikipedia about "Shangrao"
Yingtan ( ) is a small city in the east of China's Jiangxi province. It is a major rail transport hub. ...more on Wikipedia about "Yingtan"
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