Neijiang is a prefecture-level city in the southeast of Sichuan province, People’s Republic of China. It is located on the Tuo River and is a transportation and food-processing centre.
Historical, Cultural facts & Religion
Established as a first county-level administrative organization over two thousand years ago during the Eastern Han Dynasty, Neijiang was at first known as Han’an and Zhongjiang. Only the first emperor of the Sui dynasty (581-618) changed its name to that by which we know it today – Neijiang. Its geographic location puts it in the centre of the transport network in southern Sichuan. Neijiang is also the hometown of Zhang Daqian, one of the best-known and most prodigious Chinese artists of the twentieth century.
Brief City History
Neijiang, Wade-Giles romanization Nei-Chiang, city, southeastern Sichuan sheng (province), south-central China. Situated on the Tuo River, it is also at the junction of the Chengdu-Chongqing railway and the southern branch line to Yibin (later extended to Kunming, Yunnan province). These railways were completed in the 1950s and made Neijiang important transportation and commercial centre. The Tuo River is navigable year-round. The expressways built in the 1990s provide the city with further access to Chengdu and Yibin in Sichuan and to Chongqing municipality.
In medieval times the locality was an important salt-producing area, but more recently its name has been associated with the cultivation of sugarcane; it is commonly referred to as the sugar capital of Sichuan. Neijiang and the nearby towns have large sugar-refining plants and also manufacture sweet preserves and alcohol. This industry, formerly done by hand in hundreds of small plants, was centralized after 1949 and modernized; the small local plants now produce molasses. By-products of the sugar mills are used in paper manufacture and also in the production of fertilizer, animal-feed cake, and glucose. In addition, Neijiang has engineering as well as food-processing industries. There are many scenic spots and cultural relics in Neijiang. It is the birthplace of the renowned painter Zhang Daqian. Population (2002 est.) city, 334,592; (2007 est.) urban agglom, 1,466,000.
Language (s) Written & Spoken
Zigong dialect is a branch of Southwestern Mandarin, spoken mainly in Zigong, Fushun, Weiyuan, east Rongxian and some parts of Yibin, Neijiang, Longchang and other neighboring areas of Neijiang.
Important Types of Commerce in Neijiang
The most important industries in Neijiang include iron and copper smelting, the production of machinery and electric power, coal mining, petroleum refining, and the manufacture and processing of chemicals. Other important products are aircraft, electronic equipment, textiles, and food.
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