Wuhan City, referred to as “Han”, nicknamed “Jiangcheng”, is the only provincial-level city and mega-city of the provincial capital of Hubei Province and the six central provinces, the central city of central China, the core city of the Yangtze River Economic Belt, and an important industrial base of the country. The science and education base and the comprehensive transportation hub, the Central Military Commission joint security support troops stationed.
Wuhan has jurisdiction over 13 municipal districts with a total area of 8494.41 square kilometers. In 2017, the resident population was 10.94 million and the regional GDP was 1.34 trillion yuan.
Wuhan is located in the eastern part of the Jianghan Plain and in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. The Yangtze River, the third largest river in the world, and the Han River, the largest tributary of the world, traverse the central city of the city, dividing the central city of Wuhan into three, forming a pattern of three towns across the river. The rivers and rivers in the city are intertwined, and the water area accounts for the total area of the city. One of them forms the ecological environment of the waterfront of Binjiang Lake.
Wuhan is known as the “Nine Provinces Wanted”. It is the largest water, land and air transportation hub in China's inland and the shipping center of the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. Its high-speed rail network radiates more than half of China, and is the only city in Central China that can directly navigate the world's five continents.
Airport: Wuhan Tianhe International Airport, SF International Airport
Railway Station: Wuchang Station, Hankou Station, Wuhan Station, Guanggu Station, Xinhanyang Station, etc.