Quanzhou, also known as Licheng, is a prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of Fujian Province and a type II large city. It is one of the central cities of the economic zone on the west side of the Straits and a modern industrial and trade port city approved by the People's Government of Fujian Province. Quanzhou is located in East China, 117 ° 25 ′ - 119 ° 05 ′ E, 24 ° 30 ′ - 25 ° 56 ′ N, bordering Fuzhou and Putian in the north, Xiamen in the south, and Taiwan Island in the east. It has a subtropical marine monsoon climate with superior climatic conditions. By 2020, the city has jurisdiction over 4 municipal districts, 3 county-level cities and 5 counties, with a total area of 11015 square kilometers. According to the data of the seventh census, the permanent population of Quanzhou is 8.7823 million.
Quanzhou has a long history, and its economic development began as early as the Zhou and Qin dynasties. In the third year of Wu Yong'an in the Three Kingdoms (260 years), Dong'an County was established in Fengzhou Town, Nan'an City today. At the end of the Western Jin Dynasty, the Central Plains suffered from war and a large number of gentry entered the spring. In the Southern Dynasty, the Liangtian prison (502-519) established Nan'an County as the county government, which was the beginning of the local establishment of county and county government. During the Song and Yuan Dynasties, Quanzhou once became the world's largest port. Quanzhou is the only starting point of the Maritime Silk Road recognized by the United Nations and the pilot area of the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road listed in the national "the Belt and Road" strategy. It is one of the first batch of national historical and cultural cities, the first East Asian cultural capital, a world heritage city, a national cultural and ecological protection zone, a national civilized city, and a national health city.
Quanzhou takes Minnan dialect as its main dialect, and coexists with Puxian dialect, Hakka dialect and other dialects. Quanzhou is a hometown of overseas Chinese. There are more than 7.5 million overseas Chinese and Chinese with ancestral home in Quanzhou, and 760000 compatriots in Hong Kong and Macao, distributed in 129 countries and regions around the world. More than 2.5 million returned overseas Chinese and their family members. In Taiwan, 44.8% of the Han nationality (about 9 million) are from Quanzhou.
In 2021, Quanzhou's GDP will reach 1130417 billion yuan, an increase of 8.1% at constant prices. The added value of the primary industry was 23.277 billion yuan, up 3.3%; The added value of the secondary industry was 643.624 billion yuan, up 7.3%; The added value of the tertiary industry was 463.516 billion yuan, up 9.4%.
Major Fairs Held In Quanzhou:
1. (Postponed) 2022 (the fourth) China Quanzhou Intelligent Equipment Expo
Date: Dec. 19 -- Dec. 21, 2022 Exhibition Hall: Fujian Chenggong International Convention and Exhibition Center
2. The 8th China (Quanzhou) Maritime Silk Road International Brand Expo in 2022
Date: November 25 -- November 27, 2022 Exhibition Hall: Quanzhou Shishi Fashion City Exhibition Art Center
3. 2022 The 6th Cross-Strait Food Fair and the 9th Fujian and Taiwan (Quanzhou) Food Fair and the 3rd Online Food Fair
Date: November 25 -- November 27, 2022 Exhibition Hall: Jinjiang International Convention and Exhibition Center
4. (Postponed) 2022 the 13th Fujian (Quanzhou Jinjiang) International Textile Printing Industrial Technology Exhibition
Date: November 11 -- November 13, 2022 Exhibition Hall: Jinjiang International Convention and Exhibition Center
5. (Postponed) The 14th China Quanzhou International Automobile Culture Expo 2022
Date: November 11 -- November 14, 2022 Exhibition Hall: Fujian Chenggong International Convention and Exhibition Center
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