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Why Liaoning



Liaoning Province is located in the south of the Northeast of China, with the Liaohe River flowing through it, its northern and central parts are plains; the eastern and western parts are hilly areas; and the southern part covers the Liaodong Peninsula which borders on the Bohai Sea in the west and Yellow Sea in the east. The four seasons are distinctive in the Province, each being unique in its own way.

Geography

Liaoning Province is located in the south of the Northeast of China, with the Liaohe River flowing through it, its northern and central parts are plains; the eastern and western parts are hilly areas; and the southern part covers the Liaodong Peninsula which borders on the Bohai Sea in the west and Yellow Sea in the east. The four seasons are distinctive in the Province, each being unique in its own way. The population is 42 million (2004), consisting of some thirty nationalities such as the Manchu, Mongolian, Hui and Korean nationalities.

Climate

Liaoning Province has a temperate, continental-type monsoon climate, with the mean temperature of the year being 6ºC to 11ºC (42.8 ºF to 51.8 ºF). The minimum temperature in January, the coldest month, can be as low as -30ºC ( -22 ºF) while the maximum temperature can reach as high as 35ºC ( 95 ºF) in July, the hottest month in the year. The frost-free period lasts 130 to 180 days averagely. The annual rainfall in Liaoning ranges from 400mm to 1000mm.

History

The Province of Liaoning has a long history behind it. As early as 1600 B.C, what is the Province now was already part of the territory of the Shang Dynasty (1766 B.C. to 1122 B.C.). In the various dynasties that followed, administrative set-ups were established here, thus leaving many historical relics for today. The Province is the birthplace of the Manchu nationality, boating many well-preserved imperial palaces and tombs built in the Manchu style in the early days of Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
 
Liaoning was once a colony of imperialism. From the late 19th century to the 1940s, Russian and Japanese aggressors carried out frenzied wars here, plunging the Chinese people into deep miseries. The imperialists exploited cheap labor. And local industries had a very strong colonial nature, with no processing capabilities at all. In the 1940's, amidst the flames of Chinese people's struggle for national liberation, imperialism was overthrown in the Northeast and Liaoning was liberated. Now Liaoning Province has been turned into a centre of heavy industry with metallurgy, machine-building, coal, electricity, petroleum and industry as the main branches.

Population and Nationalities

The Population of Liaoning in 2017 is 43.689 Million. And the majority of the population is recorded as Han (Chinese). The bulk of the national minority population is Manchu (Man), located mainly in the eastern part of the province and north of the Liaodong Peninsula, mainly in six Manchu autonomous counties scattered through the region. The second significant minority is that of the Mongols, who are located toward the frontier of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region to the west. Broadly speaking, the Hui (Chinese Muslim) minority follows the Manchu in its distribution. There are two autonomous counties representing the Mongolian minority nationality. One is centred on the coal town of Fuxin, and the other is in the southwest at Kazuo. A small Korean minority is located near the Korean frontier.

Economy

Liaoning has the largest provincial economy of Northeast China. Its nominal GDP for 2011 was 2.20 trillion yuan (ca. US$348 billion), making it the 7th largest in China (out of 31 provinces). Its per capita GDP was 41,782 yuan (US$6,172). Among the three provinces of Northeast China, Liaoning is the largest in terms of GDP.

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