Introduction to Anhui
With a population of over 60million, Anhui is an inland province in southeast China that stretches over the Yangtze and Huai River. Covering an area of 130,000 square kilometers, Anhui boasts abundant tourist resources and is a top tourist attraction. Some sites include Mount Huangshan, which is famous for its towering pines, precipitous stones, “Cloud Sea” and hot springs; Mount Jiu Hua Shan, one of the four famous Buddhist Mountains in China; and Mount Tian Zhu, also a well-known scenic spot. Another important, unique and meaningful point that really deserves our mention here is the TCM culture originated from the Xin’an County (old name for Huizhou) near Mount Huang. It is a special historical inheritance, which benefits the local people and enriches the Traditional Chinese Medicine.