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Wujiang (simplified Chinese: 吴江; traditional Chinese: 吳江; pinyin: Wújiāng) is a county-level city in the southernmost of Jiangsu province, South East China. The total area of Wujiang is 1,176 square kilometers, with a population of 1.5 million. Wujiang neighbors Shanghai in the east. Songling (松陵) is the central town and seat of the municipal government. Wujiang is located just south of Suzhou. Traditionally, It has been regarded as “the Land of Fish and Rice”, and “the Capital of Silk”. In recent years, it is also known to be “the Capital of Cable and Optical Cable“ and also “the City of Electronics”. Wujiang is a city with a long history and has a plethora of scholars and talents. It is also the famous tourism city in the Yangtze River Delta, China, with its traditional culture and silkworm civilization, and the colorful historic sites and relics. Its Tongli Tuisi Garden – the listed World Culture Heritage, is undoubtedly a bright pearl in the Yangtze River Delta. Wujiang’s economy...
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