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Fuzhou, the capital and the larges municipality of Fujian Province, boasts a history of over 2000 years. As a coastal port and ship building center, it has long been the economic, political,cultural and transport center of the province. Many banyan trees were planted since the Song Dynasty, and now provide shade for the entire city giving it another name Rong cheng, which means “Banyan City”.
Fuzhou is located in the southeast coastal areas of China. It is situated in the lower reaches of the Min River,in the east of Fujian Province, about 50km from the sea. Fuzhou’s history dates back to the third century AD. It was once the capital of the coastal kingdom of Minyue. It was said that Marco Polo, the great Italian traveler, also visited the area at the end of the thirteen century. He described the city as “a prosperous center of international commerce, with beautiful gardens and abundant fruits”.
Because of its long and flourishing history, there are many handicraft industries, including the so-called three treasures lacquer ware, horn combs and oil-paper umbrellas. Today, folk arts such as Min Opera are still playing an important role in local people’s daily life.
The climate of the city is generally warm and comfortable for visiting all the year round. Sanfang Qixiang, or “Three Lanes and seven Alleys”, is one of the most rewarding places to visit in Fuzhou. Three Lanes and seven Alleys is a well-preserved architectural complex from the Ming and Qing Dynasties. As a famous ancient block, it enjoys a reputation of “the Museum of the buildings of the Ming and Qing Dynasties”, and it is also regarded as a living fossil of the walled street system of ancient cities. The district covers an area of 40hectares with 268 ancient houses. Fuzhou is reputed as a Land of Good Fortune. We hope you will spend your study life in this beautiful city with happiness.
In Fuzhou, the summers are hot, oppressive, wet, and overcast and the winters are cold and mostly clear. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 43°F to 96°F and is rarely below 34°F or above 103°F.