Hainan Island is the second largest island in China after Taiwan Island and is the province located in the southernmost part of China. Hainan Island has beautiful scenery, pleasant climate, abundant sunshine, diverse creatures, dense hot springs and clear sea water. Most of the beaches are ideal places for swimming and sunbathing almost all year round. Therefore, it is known as China's all-season garden and resort, attracting a large number of tourists domestic and overseas every year. Since Hainan was established as a province in 1988, its tourism, service and high-tech industries have developed rapidly. It is the only provincial special economic zone in China. With the strong support of the central government and the people of the whole country, Hainan will become China's largest pilot free trade zone.
Yunnan is a province located in the southwest of China with an average altitude of 1500 meters. Yunnan has a long history, beautiful scenery and a pleasant climate. With a superior ecological environment and a wide variety of living creatures, Yunnan is known as a paradise for wild animals and plants. Yunnan also has a variety of mineral resources and adequate water resources, which provide favorable conditions for the sustainable development of the whole province's economy. The province is home to 25 ethnic minorities, most of whom have their own languages, customs and religions. Its unique natural scenery and rich national culture have made it one of the most popular tourist destinations in China, attracting large numbers of domestic and foreign tourists each year.
Qinghai is a province in northwestern China with an average altitude of more than 3 kilometers. Most areas of the province are high mountains and plateaus. The province is named after Qinghai Lake, the largest saltwater lake in the country, which is also known as the most beautiful lake in China. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions nationwide, as well as a paradise for photographers and artists. Qinghai features magnificent landscapes, vast territory and abundant resources. The rich oil and natural gas reserves have contributed to the rapid and constant economy growth of many cities within the province. Qinghai is especially renowned for its abundant water resources. It serves as the headstreams of China's three major rivers – the Yangtze River, the Yellow River and the Lancang River, thus playing a vital role in China's water ecosystem.