The Nanchang Panorama is a series of photographs by the National Museum of China and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Other cities, which are called the porcelain capital of China, often recede into the background, but the province actually has much more to offer.
There are no scheduled flights to or from any of China's major cities, but there are easy-to-find long-distance buses. Due to its proximity to the Yangtze River, China's largest river, it is also an important railway junction in southern China. Other railway lines connect Nanchang with other cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Guangdong.
Currently, it takes about 3 hours to get from Beijing to Shanghai, but you can take a bus trip from Shanghai to Nanchang or even a train ride from here. There are several daily flights from Beijing to and from Nancang, which only take about two and a half hours. It is also worth visiting some of China's other major cities such as Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Guangdong, as well as other small towns and villages in southern China.
If you are planning a trip to Jiangxi Province, Nanchang is a great place to understand the important heritage of the history of this region in China. Every region of China has a museum that shows the heritage and history of the region, and the signs and introductions are mostly written in Chinese. The Nancang Uprising Memorial Museum is worth a visit as it is one of the oldest and most important museums in the country with a long history. There are a number of restaurants where you can taste fried dough and twists (the latter is my favorite), as well as a variety of food and drinks.
The Nancang Uprising Memorial Museum, one of the oldest and most important museums in the country, was built on the site of a former military base in Nanchang, Jiangxi Province. The inscriptions were written by high-ranking military commanders such as the Emperor of China and the President of Japan, as well as many other prominent figures.
It was not until the Western Han Dynasty (206BC - AD25) that the area gained importance, which led to Nanchang becoming one of the most important cities of Jiangxi Province and later the capital of the province. In 589, the commander changed its name to Hongzhou and in 763 it became the provincial center of JiangXi, which then ushered in the rapid growth that made it China's most populous province with 1.3 million inhabitants in the 12th century.
Nanchang is connected by the Yangtze River with Hangzhou, Changsha and Shanghai and has a population of about 1.5 million people and an area of 1,500 square kilometers. In the 1990s, Jiangxi City, once the largest city in the province and the second largest in China, was refounded as the capital of the new province of the same name.
Nanchang runs along the Yangtze River, an important source of trade between the two provinces, and many other railways are under construction. The center is able to become the main economic engine of Jiangxi, with a population of about 1.5 million people and an area of 1,500 square kilometers, the second largest in the province.
The first line of the Nanchang Metro opened on September 20, 2010, making it the 25th city in mainland China to operate a subway, and has been in operation since December 26, 2015. It will connect the city centre with the nearby city of Jiangxi and other cities in the region. The first metro line, the long-distance bus station, opened to traffic on September 20, 2010 and is the second largest bus station in China and the third largest in North America. It serves as the main bus stop for the Yangtze Bridge and other major highways.
Changbei International Airport offers direct flights to and from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and other major cities in the region.
Nanchang - Changbei International Airport has 161 flights to 83 cities, including direct flights to and from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and other major cities. More than 20 airlines operate flights from Nanchang airport to China's largest cities, including Beijing and Shanghai. Between Chang bei and Nancang there are more than 2,000 flights daily with a total capacity of 1.5 million passengers.
The city has a long history and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places of China as one of the oldest cities in China. The country borders the place where the People's Army flies the flag, the Nanchang River and the city of Nancang.
Under Russian leadership, the Nanchang Uprising, led by pro-communist Kuomintang officers, managed to take the city for only a few days, but it provided a model for organizational methods later developed by the People's Liberation Army (PLA). She became famous after Zhou Enlai led the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the Chinese Communist League (CCL) and retired to Nancang.