Jiangxi Province, abbreviated to Jiangxi, is one of the 23 provinces in China and the capital of Nanchang. Jiangxi is located in the southeast of China, on the South Bank of the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River. It is located in East China, between 113 ° 34 ′ 36 ″ - 118 ° 28 ′ 58 ″ e, 24 ° 29 ′ 14 ″ - 30 ° 04 ′ 41 ″ n, adjacent to Zhejiang and Fujian in the East, Guangdong in the south, Hunan in the west, Hubei and Anhui in the north and the Yangtze River in total. Jiangxi has a superior location and convenient transportation. It has been known as "wutouchuwei, yuehuminting" since ancient times. It is a "shape winning area" and known as "the land of fish and rice in the south of the Yangtze River".
Jiangxi is the center hinterland of the Yangtze River Delta Economic Zone, the Pearl River Delta economic zone and the Economic Zone on the west side of the Straits. It has rich resources and excellent ecology. It has Poyang Lake, the largest fresh water lake in China, and one of the super large copper industrial bases in Asia. It has the reputation of "world tungsten capital", "Rare Earth Kingdom", "China copper capital" and "hometown of non-ferrous metals". Jiangxi's red culture is famous at home and abroad. Jinggangshan is the cradle of the Chinese revolution, Nanchang is the birthplace of the Chinese people's Liberation Army, Ruijin is the place where the central government of the Chinese Soviet Union was founded, Anyuan is the source of the Chinese workers' movement, and the Long March also starts from Ganzhou and Yudu county.
By the end of 2018, Jiangxi Province has a total area of 167100 square kilometers, covering 11 prefecture level cities, 27 municipal districts, 11 county-level cities and 62 counties, with a total of 100 county-level divisions; 164 streets, 827 towns, 569 townships and 8 ethnic townships, with a total of 1568 township level divisions; a permanent population of 46.221 million, with a regional GDP of 2198.48 billion yuan.