Jinhua

Jinhua is rich in red soil and forest resources. The Jinhua or Wu River flows through the Lan and Fuchun to the Qiantang River beside Hangzhou, which flows into Hangzhou Bay and the East China Sea. In mediaeval China, it formed part of the water network feeding supplies to the southern end of the Grand Canal. It is best known for its dry-cured Jin...
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Jinhua

Jinhua (jin-hwä) or Kinhwa,town (1994 est. pop. 164,000), central Zhejiang prov., SE China. A transportation hub on the Zhejiang-Jiangxi RR, Jinhua has been famous for two centuries for its hams. Other products are fertilizer, machine tools, textiles, and wine. The name sometimes appears as Chi...
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