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Covering an area of 4,650 square kilometers with a population of 4.28 million, Wuxi is located in southern Jiangsu on the central part of the Changjiang River delta, west to Suzhou and north to Taihu Lake. Known as the Lesser Shanghai, Wuxi is one of the main economic centers in China. It ranks sixth among the large and medium-sized cities in terms of total value of national economic output.

Wuxi is charming for the picturesque Taihu Lake and green hills snaking along the lakeside.

There are many places of interest and historical sites in Wuxi, such as Liyuan Park, Jichangyuan Garden, Turtle-head Islet, Xihui Park, the ancient bridges, housings and temples, and the ancient Grand Canal.

Wuxi has always attracted visitors from around the world for the beautiful Taihu Lake and the ancient Grand Canal.

In recent years, the cities of Wuxi, Suzhou, Changzhou, and Huzhou have joined hands in developing tourism in Taihu Lake area, depicting a promising future for the local people.

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