About Wuhan
Wuhan is situated in the middle of Hubei Province, China, East Longitude 113°41'-115°05', North Latitude 29°58'-31°22', the east of Jianghan Plain, and the intersection of the middle reaches of the Yangtze River and Hanshui River. The Yangtze River and Hanshui River divide Wuhan into three parts: Hankou, Hanyang and Wuchang, which are generally known as Wuhan's Three Towns.

With a population of 9,785,300 by the end of 2010, Wuhan occupies a land of 8,494.41 k㎡, most of which is plain and decorated with hills and a great number of lakes and pools.Wuhan's climate is a subtropical monsoon one with abundant rainfall and distinctive four seasons. In the recent thirty years, the average annual rainfall is 1,269 mm, mainly from June to August; annual temperature is 15.8℃-17.5℃, annual frost free period lasts 211 to 272 days and annual sunlight duration is 1,810 to 2,100 hours.

Wuhan is the important strategic supporting point of Central China and possesses strong economic and regional advantages. It connects the east with the west, charnels the north to the south, and inks rivers with seas by means of its developed water, land and air traffic. From Wuhan you may reach some foreign countries such as Japan and Republic of Korea. Some of China's metropolises such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Chengdu, and Xi'an are all within a circle around the center of Wuhan with the radius of 1,000 km.