Shanxi province is an inland province of China, which is located on the east bank of the middle reaches of the Yellow River and the Loess Plateau in the west of Huabei Plain. It is surrounded by mountains and rivers and separated from the neighboring provinces by very distinctive natural borders. In the east it is next to Hebei province; in the west and south it is separated by the Yellow River from Shannxi province and Henan province respectively; in the north it neighbors Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region with the outer great wall as the border between them.
Anhui is located in the middle and lower reaches of the Yangtze River and the Huai River and in the hinterland of the Yangtze River Delta. It stretches 450 kilometers from east to west and 570 kilometers from north to south. It has a land area of 139.4 thousand square kilometers, accounting for 1.45% of the total land area of China. According to preliminary accounting, the gross domestic product (GDP) of the province in 2014 was 2,084.88 billion yuan, up by 9.2 percent over the previous year at comparable price.
LHunan Province lies in south-central China between 24°38'-30°08' N and 108°47'-114°15' E and has an area of 211,800 square kilometers (81,776 square miles). It is adjacent to Jiangxi Province in the east, Chongqing Municipality and Guizhou Province in the west, Guangdong Province and Guangxi Autonomous Region in the south, and Hubei Province in the north. According to the statistics released by the Hunan Provincial Bureau of Statistics, Hunan’s economy maintained steady progress in 2013, and people’s livelihood was continuously improved.
Located on the Central Plains in the mid-east of China, Henan, literally “to the south of the River” in Chinese, got its name by having most of her area to the south of the Yellow River. It is also named “Central Plains” or “Central China”, with the short form of “Yu”. It borders Anhui province and Shandong province to the east, Hebei province and Shanxi province to the north, Shaanxi province to the west and Hubei province to the south. The Yellow River sees Taihang Mountains lying to its north, from north-east to south-west, as well as the east stretch of Qinling Mountain range lying to its south.
Hubei province is located in the central part of China and the middle reaches of Yangtze River, and therefore it is situated at a very advantageous strategic location in China that links east to west, connects south with north, and flows down the river to ocean. The whole province has an area of 185,900 square kilometers，with 12 cities, 1 autonomous prefectures, 38 districts under cities, 24 county level cities (3 directly under the provincial government), 38 counties, 2 autonomous counties and 1 forestry district and the resident population is nearly 60 million.
In today's introduction to Chinese provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities, we take a look at Jiangxi. Jiangxi is an eastern province of China, stretching from the banks of the Yangtze River in the north to hilly areas further south. It covers an area of 167,000 square kilometers, with a population of 43 million. Jiangxi is a cradle of the Chinese revolution. The rural revolutionary base established by Mao Zedong in Jinggang Mountain is known as "The Red City."