The city of Yanjiang has two counties, Yangxi and Yangdong. Yangdong is where Giorgia is.
The Population is 2,600,000 and the Area is 3,017 square miles
Location: Yangjiang is a coastal city in southwestern Guangdong Province, facing southward to the South China Sea. Close to the Pearl River Delta, The city is 153 and 99 miles from Guangzhou and Zhuhai. By water, it is 143 and 129 sea miles from Hong Kong and Macau.
History: According to archeological discovery, human settlers first came to Yangjiang ten thousand years ago. Like other regions in Guangdong, it was conquered by the Qin Cour belong to the shires established there. As its location became increasingly important, Yangjiang had been elevated from a county to a shire by the end of the Eastern Han Dynasty.
Physical Features: Main terrain of Yangjiang decends from the north to the south. It has two mountains standing in the northeast and northwest. Within the territory, the city’s zenith is the Ehuangzhang of the Wangfu Mountains. Furthermore, Yangjiang has thirty islands in total bearing a coastline of 213 miles.
Climatic Features: Situated in subtropical zone, the city holds temperate weather and abundant rainfall. The extreme heat may emerge in August. Summer is long and hot, lasting from mid-April to late October. Typhoon and rainstorm usually happen in summer and autumn.
When to Go: Without chilly winter, Yangjiang is an all year round tourist destination.
Special Local Products: sea product, black bean sauce, lacquer