About Wuhan

Wuhan is the capital city of Hubei province. The Yangtze River and Hanjiang River join here in the horn of herringbone, dividing Wuhan into Wuchang, Hankou, Hanyang districts. In the late Ming Dynasty and the early Qing Dynasty, Hankou, along with Zhuxian Town, Jingde Town and Foshan Town, was prized as the four most famous towns. Wuhan is known as the city of thousand lakes. 166 lakes distributed in the area, accounting for one fourth of the city area, winning the title of the most attractive eastern watery city. East Lake, the biggest lake in urban area in Asia, owns the lake surface of 33 square kilometers. There are beautiful sceneries in East Lake all year round, with flowers swinging in the breeze. You can see cherry blossom in springs, lotus in summers, sweet osmanthus in autumns, and plum blossom in winters.

Wuhan is the city of innovation and entrepreneurship. There are 84 universities and 1.3 million college students in Wuhan, which possesses the most college students in China. Qintai Grand Theatre, located beside Moon Lake in Hanyang, is the third biggest Chinese professional performance place. Hubei Museum, located beside East Lake in Wuchang is one of the most famous museums across the country, where display the biggest ancient musical instrument, Chinese Chime Bells. And as well, the Theatre for Han-Style Performances is the biggest indoor water-show theatre in the world. Today, Wuhan is updating and vibrant.

Welcome to the River City, Wuhan.