Fogang County

Fogang County, a county under Qingyuan City, Guangdong Province, is located in the central part of Guangdong Province, adjacent to Conghua District, Shaoguan Xinfeng County, Qingyuan Yingde City and Qingcheng District. Fogang County is high in the northeast and low in the southwest. The whole county is dominated by low mountains and hills, and the main mountains are Guanyin Mountain (the highest peak is 1218.8 meters above sea level), Duhuang Mountain, Yangjiao Mountain, etc. Fogang County has a subtropical humid climate and continental monsoon climate. The main rivers are Pajiang River and Yanling River. The county has jurisdiction over 6 towns and 90 villages (houses), covering an area of 1302 square kilometers. According to the data of the seventh population census, as of 0:00 on November 1, 2020, the permanent population of Fogang County was 315502.

Fogang has profound folk culture. The Fogang County Archives has the "Records of the Fogang Hall" compiled during the reign of Daoguang in the Qing Dynasty. The cultural relics include various cultural relics from the Neolithic Age, the Western Zhou Dynasty and the Warring States Period. Ancient buildings include Dongkeng Huang's Ancestral Hall, Longshan Shangyue Guwei Village, etc. Folk customs include Hakka folk songs, lion dance, dragon dance, dragon boat race, etc. Tangtang women's dance quilt lion, Gaogang's tofu festival and so on are all unique traditional activities of Fogang and are rated as provincial intangible cultural heritage.

In the first half of 2021, the county's GDP reached 7095.56 million yuan, up 19.8% year on year. The added value of industries above designated size was 371422 yuan, up 50.5%. Investment in fixed assets increased by 9.1%. The local public finance budget revenue is 711.34 million yuan. The retail sales of consumer goods reached 1925.42 million yuan, up 21.4%.

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