It aims to promote talent for China's economic and social development through the development of high quality education, research and innovation, and the promotion of human rights and human development.
Military and military universities in China send thousands of talents to the military academies of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) and the National Defense University (NDU). The Chinese Academy of Sciences, China's leading university of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, is the country's most popular science and technology university. The universities of the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Canada and Japan are popular nationality universities in China. Chinese is the popular language university of China; the national languages of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and Singapore are all popular languages for universities within China, as well as the native language of many other countries.
The Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, the country's most popular agricultural university, is the most popular agricultural university in China, as are the universities of the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Canada, and Japan.
The most popular medical universities in China are the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, the Chinese University of Science and Technology and the National Health Institutes. The most popular normal university in China is Tianjin Normal University, one of the most popular universities for medical students in the country. There are a number of affordable accommodation options that appeal to university students, such as hotels and restaurants, as well as a variety of restaurants and bars. It is a popular sports university in China and is home to many sports teams, from football to baseball, basketball, football, volleyball, rugby, football, baseball and basketball.
The idea of hostels and guesthouses has not really reached Hengyang yet, so you have to find yourself a cheap place.
Hengyang has two long-distance bus stations, the Jiefang Road Central Bus Station runs from Gongxiao to Dasha and the Dongguan Station runs from Dong Guo to Nanyue. There are no shared taxis or buses to and from N anyue, so you can only get there by ferry or temple. Once you reach Mount Heng and NAnyue in Hengyang City, take a city bus or take one of the city buses (depending on bus time) to the next city.
There are two railway stations in Hengyang, the old railway station in the city centre is Dongguan Station (Dong Guo Station) and the new railway station is at Gongxiao Road Central Station. It is the oldest railway station in the city and with a capacity of 1.5 million passengers per day, one of the oldest and largest railway stations in China. A new railway line, built on the eastern side of DongGuan Road from Dasha to Nanyue, crosses HenGyang to ensure that it is ready and ready for construction.
Hengyang Nanyue Airport is a small regional airport with a capacity of 1.5 million passengers per day and a runway of 2,500 m, the second largest airport in China after Beijing International Airport. Known as Hengyang's East Railway Station (Dongguan Dong Guo Station) or East-West Railway Station, HenGyang Railway Station mainly serves normal trains between Changsha, Shaoyang and Shenzhen, where the main stopovers are Changshan and Shaoysang. The journey takes about two hours and 45 minutes, and there are two trains per hour between DongGuan Station and Dongxiao Road Central Station. There is one stop at Dongguan Station in the city centre and one at Gongx Xiao Road Station, Both take about 1 - 5 hours between cities and can be reached in about 30 minutes.
More than 100 trains connect Hengyang Station with most cities in China and cross the city centre, making it one of the country's most important railway stations. You can stop at Dongguan Railway Station, Dongxiao Road Central Station and Gongx Xiao Road Station, as well as other stations on the way to and from Changsha, Shaoyang and Shenzhen, and also pass Dongguan Railway Station to return to Changshan or Shaoysang on the other side of China's Yangtze River. More than 200 trains pass through HenGyang, most of them with transfers and stops at HenGYANG Station and with transfers to Hen Gyang Station as part of a network of more than 1,000 stations.
The Hengyang Eastern Railway Station is located at the intersection of Dongguan Road Central Station and Dongxiao Road Station in the city centre.
As the second largest city in Hunan, Hengyang also has a reputation as the home of non-ferrous metals. The city is an important commercial centre, crossed by the Xiang River, with a population of about 2.5 million people and an area of 1.2 million square kilometres.
In southern Hunan, Hengyang is the centre of a mining area where copper, gold, silver, iron ore, nickel, copper and copper ore are mined. This area also contains some of the largest copper mines in the world, as well as a large number of coal mines. Besides mining, the HenGyang Basin, which covers about 1.5 million square kilometres, is another mining area with a population of about 2.2 million people, producing about 3 million tonnes of copper and 1 million tonnes of gold annually.