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Wuyishan, Fujian

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Location of Wuyishan City within Nanping City
Location of Wuyishan City within Nanping City
Wuyishan is located in Fujian
Location in Fujian
Coordinates (Wuyishan City government): 27°45?23?N 118°02?07?E / 27.7564°N 118.0353°E / 27.7564; 118.0353Coordinates: 27°45?23?N 118°02?07?E / 27.7564°N 118.0353°E / 27.7564; 118.0353
CountryPeople's Republic of China
Prefecture-level cityNanping
SubdistrictChong'an Subdistrict
 o CPC City Committee SecretaryMa Bigang
Time zoneUTC+8 (China Standard)

Wuyishan City (Chinese: ?; pinyin: W?yísh?n Shì) is a county-level city in the municipal region of Nanping, in the northwest of Fujian province, People's Republic of China, bordering Jiangxi province to the northwest. It corresponds to the former Chong'an County.[1]

Natural and cultural heritage

A local subsection of the Wuyishan Mountain range, which forms the entirety of the geological and political divide between the provinces of Fujian and Jiangxi, is a front-rank national park called simply Wuyi Mountains. Since 1999 the park zone has been recognised by UNESCO as part of the world's natural and cultural heritage.

Cultural sites within the zone include the original cultivation ground of the Dahongpao tea variety, and a villa retreat used by Zhu Xi, a Confucian revivalist scholar-official of the rump or Southern Song Empire.

South of the zone, just short of the City's border with Jianyang District, is a major archaeological excavation of the vanished State of Yue (Template:Linnktext).

Not far from Wuyishan, the Jiyufang Laolong kiln (), located in a village near the town of Shuiji, has been able to restart production of Jian ware using original clay.[2][3][4]


The city executive, legislature and judiciary are in Chong'an Subdistrict (?), together with the CPC and PSB branches.

There are two other subdistricts:

  • Xinfeng (?) - formerly Chengdong Township ()
  • Wuyi (?) - formerly Wuyi Town ()


  • Xingcun () - embarkation for raft tours down the Jiuqu Brook ()
  • Xingtian ()
  • Wufu ()


  • Shangmei ()
  • Wutun ()
  • Langu ()
  • Yangzhuang ()


Wuyishan North Railway Station serves the city of Wuyishan.

The Nanping Wuyishan Airport serves the Wuyishan area. The Hengfeng-Nanping Railway and Hefei-Fuzhou High-Speed Railway pass through Wuyishan.


  • Langu Smoked Goose (?)
  • Paddy Carp ()[5]
  • Ching Ming Fruit ()
  • Gui Jie (: transliteration)

Sister cities



See also


  1. ^ "Nanping Travel Guide". TravelChinaGuide. 1998-2013. Retrieved 2013.
  2. ^ http://www.jianyangnews.com/2016-07/05/content_18122987.htm
  3. ^ http://verdanttea.com/jiyufang-laolongyao-book/
  4. ^ http://verdanttea.com/reviving-the-song-dynasty-jian-zhan-tradition/
  5. ^ "1. Heart of the Dragon". BBC. Wild China. 11 May 2008.
  6. ^ "Twin Towns" (in Chinese). Foreign Affairs Office of the Fujian Provincial People's Government. 11 Nov 2012.

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