Content library

Sep
2012

Chengdu city report

Located in the fertile Chengdu Plain, the city has been referred to by many names throughout history. Chengdu has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate and is largely mild and humid. It has four distinct seasons, blessed with abundant rainfall, and relieved from both sweltering summers and freezing winters. Therefore, the weather in Chengdu is cool in the summer and warm in the winter. It has been called the Country of Heaven and the Land of Abundance, as well as the city of hibiscus, of brocade, and of turtles, while serving as the home of the giant panda. But today, Chengdu is a Chinese city of the future, a rising star drawing global attention…

The full article content is only available to Luxury Insights China subscribers.

Share

Comments are closed.

Top