Shuyang County

What is Shuyang County known for?


year high

high C 7.3 Mar high C 13.8 Apr high C 19.7 May high C 25.3 Jun high C 29.3 Jul high C 29.8 Aug high C 29.5 Sep high C 25.5 Oct high C 21 Nov high C 13.2 Dec high C 7.0 Jan low C −3.7 Feb low C −2.2 Mar low C 2.5 Apr low C 9.1 May low C 14.5 Jun low C 19.5 Jul low C 23.4 Aug low C 22.5 Sep low C 17.0 Oct low C 11.1 Nov low C 4.1 Dec low C −2.1 year high C 19.0 year low C 9.5 year high F 66.2 year low F 49.1


wide variety

are a repository of local history and art, with permanent collections and visiting exhibitions. Besides, there are several professional museums and galleries, such as the Horticulture Museum of Shuyang and the 3-D Gallery. Religions Freedom of religion makes people of all religions live in harmony. However, approximately 95% of the population expressed no religious affiliation in accordance with 2010 Census although Shuyang attaches a wide variety of holy turf. Buddhism It has been


national television

level *The Legend of Consort Yu Media Television All the national television networks in Mainland China broadcast high definition digital (High-definition television) service in Shuyang. The pay TV is available as cable television in metropolitan area. The government funded community station is run by Shuyang Radio and Television. Infrastructure Health There are 44 hospitals in the county. The People’s Hospital of Shuyang, with 1000 healthcare workers, is the first hospital in Shuyang. Founded in 1936, it is the largest public hospital in Shuyang and is a teaching institution. The hospital has a capacity of 1260 beds. Another large hospital in Shuyang is the TCM Hospital of Shuyang with a capacity of 980 beds. Shuyang is famous for its private hospitals. All the hospital in suburbs and towns were privatized. The lager private hospitals include Central Hospital, Renci Hospital, and Xiehe Hospital. Transport Category:Cities in Jiangsu Category:Populated places established in the 6th century BC Category:County-level divisions of Jiangsu


historical temple

and scholars from the 14th century to the 18th century. After the retirement, they would decorate the Zhouquan Gardens with flowers collected from all over the country when they backed to home. Some bonsais are from the Forbidden City as gifts of the emperor in the 18th century. The Chestnuts Park (古栗林公园) is a popular tourists destination in Jiangsu. Unlike other classical gardens in China, the Chestnuts Park is known for its nature beauty. Temple Pushan (普善寺), a small but historical

temple, is the neighbour of the park. It a Buddhism temple and the memorial hall of Consort Yu (虞姬). Consort Yu River Consort Yu River, in Mandarin called 虞姬沟. It is the river flow through the home of Consort Yu (虞姬). The river is clear and quiet and some historical sites in her time still stand on the riverside. Temples *Temple Qingliang *Temple Jueyuan *Temple Pushan Sister Cities Domestic *Kunshan, Jiangsu *Yiwu, Zhejiang *Jinggangshan (Jinggangshan City), Jiangxi *Dongxiang County (Dongxiang County, Jiangxi), Jiangxi References Category:Cities in Jiangsu Category:Populated places established in the 6th century BC Category:County-level divisions of Jiangsu


modern period

As the main natural disaster in the northern Jiangsu, rain storms and floods are the principle threat to the county in old days. The castle and city wall of Shuyang was totally destroyed up to the middle of the 15th century. The government rebuilt the city wall until 1512 and was ruined by the floods subsequently. In 1594, the local government started to rebuild a substantial one with a plenty of bricks and stones and finished in 1616. In early modern period, the life in this region


main water

itself have a waste incinerators, a PV power station, and a biomass power plant in the suburbs. Some limited local renewable power is produced via a hydro generator on the main water supply pipeline for Shuyang on Yihe River. Thermal station in East Hangzhou Road is the main supplier of SETDZ. Main sights Zhouquan Zhouquan (周圈) is a village in Xinhe Town of Shuyang. It is the origin of horticulture in Shuyang and famous for its gardens. It was the home of a number of senior officers


vocal

(simplified Chinese: 淮海戏, traditional Chinese: 淮海戲) is a form of local traditional Chinese theatre which combines musics, vocal performance, and dance. Some plays even contain mime, acrobatics, and Kung fu (Kung fu (term)). It was created in the 19th century and fully developed in the World War II. The form is popular in Shuyang, Suqian, Lianyungang and Yancheng, with the dialect of Shuyang as the standard pronunciation. Huaihai Opera was born in the years around the 1830s


ancient architecture

are recognised as peaceful and stable for most of the time. However, the life in modern years was full of challenges and crises. The biggest crisis was the Japanese invasion (Second Sino-Japanese War) in 1937. The city wall and many ancient architecture were devastated at the beginning of the war. Geography Shuyang is on the North China Plain, approximately 260 kilometers to Nanjing, and 450 kilometers to the center of Shanghai. The county stretches 60 kilometers from east to west


television high

level *The Legend of Consort Yu Media Television All the national television networks in Mainland China broadcast high definition digital (High-definition television) service in Shuyang. The pay TV is available as cable television in metropolitan area. The government funded community station is run by Shuyang Radio and Television. Infrastructure Health There are 44 hospitals in the county. The People’s Hospital of Shuyang, with 1000 healthcare


wide public

, and others are within 50 minutes. Water transport The Lianyungang-Suqian Canal connects the Lianyungang Port and the Grand Canal (Grand Canal (China)) is under construction. Public transport Minsheng, the government-operated bus service, provides public transport throughout the metropolitan area. No.1 Bus Lines and No.2 Bus Lines provide bus services between the urban area and towns through their county-wide public transport system. Taxi There are six local

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'''Shuyang''' ( ), also known as Pingguo, is a county in northwestern Jiangsu province and is one of the most populated Chinese counties. According to the 2010 census, Shuyang has a population of 1.83 million and over 560,000 of the population lives in the metropolitan area. http: www.jssb.gov.cn 2011nj nj20.htm The demonym "Shuyang" is used in reference to the urban area (county seat) and the region of the county. Shuyang sits on the Northern Jiangsu Plains and borders the city of Xuzhou, Lianyungang, Huai'an, and Suqian to the north, East, South, and west, the city plays a significant role in the transport hub.

Shuyang is noted for its commercial horticulture, software, timber and textile industry. The economy grew dramatically in the last two decades. It has been ranked the top 100 most developed counties in China. Meanwhile, compared to the other cities of East China, Shuyang has a better performance in term of liveability and less pollution.

Before 1949, Shuyang was a county under Haizhou (Lianyungang). From 1949 to 1996, it was one of counties of Huaiyin (Huai'an). After Suqian was established in 1996, Shuyang is under the administration of the new prefecture-level city. However, Shuyang is a province managed county in Jiangsu since 2011. That means it has the similar authorities to the prefecture level city although Suqian still manages the civil servants in Shuyang.

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