Located in the northwestern part of the Shandong Peninsula, Zhaoyuan is the largest gold-producing region in China, and has been dubbed the "City of Gold“. Along with the well-developed gold mining industry, it produces tires, electronic parts and even apples. The city's culinary specialty is vermicelli, the majority of which is exported to Korea and Japan.
6 Bujeon-ro Zhaoyuan, Shandong Province, China (northern part of Shandong, bordering Yandai to the east and Qingdao to the south)
Area : 1,380 ㎢
Population : 580,000
3 offices, 28 bureaus, 1 center, 1 development zone, 3 dong offices, and 10 towns
Gold, textile, food, electronics, construction materials, craftworks, chemical engineering, machine
Educational institutes - 97 elementary schools, 31 middle schools, 5 high schools, 4 vocational schools,1 community college