ChengDu City in China(II)

Natural resources

land resource

Chengdu has a variety of land types. Click Here For More. According to the type of landform, it can be divided into plain, hilly and mountainous areas; according to the type of soil, it can be divided into 11 categories, such as paddy soil, tidal soil, purple soil, yellow soil and yellow brown soil; according to the type of current land use, it can be divided into 8 categories, such as arable land, garden land and pasture; the proportion of plain area is large, reaching 4971.4 square kilometers, accounting for 40.1% of the total land area of the city, which is much higher than the level of 12% in China and 2.54% in Sichuan Province. Hilly area accounted for 27.6% and mountainous area accounted for 32.3%. Land reclamation index was high.

water resource

Chengdu has abundant precipitation, with an average annual water resources of 30.472 billion cubic meters, of which 3.158 billion cubic meters of groundwater and 18.417 billion cubic meters of transit water can basically meet the needs of people’s lives and production and construction water in Chengdu. Chengdu has 12 main streams and dozens of tributaries, such as Minjiang River and Tuojiang River. The rivers are vertically and horizontally crisscrossed, and the density of the river network is as high as 1.22 km/square kilometer. In addition, the well-known Dujiangyan water conservancy project at home and abroad, reservoirs, ponds, weirs and canals are scattered all over the city.Click Here For More.

History Culture

Chengdu has five religions: Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism and Christianity.Click Here For More. Islam was introduced into Chengdu in the Ming Dynasty and has a history of more than 600 years. Catholicism and Christianity were formally introduced into Chengdu in the 13th year of Chongzhen in the Ming Dynasty (1640) and the 7th year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty (1881).

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