Deputy Mayor of Yingtan will Address at cities Summit

A lot of Chinese cities and provinces and also quite many cities from Australasia countries are coming to attend the forum and to exchange ideas about the related issues of modern cities. This session will provide them with an excellent opportunity and platform for Chinese and Australasian mayors to establish friendship/ cooperative city relationships and to talk about eco city and eco economy to share experiences in the development of cities.

Xu Yun, Deputy Mayor of Yingtan City, will attend the Chinese Provinces/ Cities Promotion Session as a keynote speaker to promote the city to the world.

Yingtan is a prefecture-level city in the east of Jiangxi province, People's Republic of China, bordering Fujian to the southeast. Its location near the trisection of Jiangxi, Fujian, and Zhejiang has made it a strategically important city for centuries and it continues to be a major rail transport hub in modern times. The population of Yingtan City totaled 1.2 million and covers an area of 3,554 square kilometers. Near the city of Yingtan is the resort area Mount Longhu which purports to be the birthplace of Taoismand hence has great symbolic value to Taoists. The region has many interesting temples, cave complexes, mountains and villages. The municipal executive, legislature and judiciary are in Yuehu District, together with the CPC and Public Security bureaux. Yingtan also oversees a county and a county-level city.

Chinese Provinces / Cities Promotion Session

Chinese Provinces / Cities Promotion Session is an important sub-forum under the grand event— Australasia China Cities Summit & Business Forum (ACCS&ACBF). It is a special session set up to provide opportunities for Chinese provinces and cities to show their unique charm and potential of development to Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Island Countries and the rest of the world, thus to attract more business to China to boost its economy.

During the big gathering of the Chinese Provinces / Cities Promotion Session, the number of Chinese cities and provinces that will be attending this Promotion Session totaled more than 50. For example, Liupanshui City of Guizhou Province, Sichuan Province, Yingtan City of Jiangxi Province, Guiyang City of Guizhou Province, Urumqi City of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and Mentougou District of Beijing City, and more.

These cities and provinces will be present at the promotion session to communicate and exchange ideas about the related issues with cities and states from Australia, New Zealand and Island Countries. This session will provide them with an excellent opportunity for Chinese mayors and governmental officials to establish friendship/cooperative city relationships with Australian cities and states, to share experiences in the development of cities and provinces. It would be a perfect platform providing Australasian businessmen and governmental officials an insight of Chinese investment regulations and cooperative projects of the attending Chinese cities and provinces.