Welcome to Ningbo, a dynamic and prosperous city in northeast Zhejiang province, China. With a long and rich history dating back to the Jingtou Mountain Culture in 6300 BC and the Hemudu culture in 4800 BC, Ningbo is a city with a unique cultural heritage that has been recognized as a City of Culture in East Asia by the governments of China, Japan, and Korea. Today, Ningbo is a major sub-provincial city and the southern economic center of the Yangtze Delta megalopolis, boasting a population of 9.4 million people as of the 2020 Chinese national census. As one of the wealthiest cities in China, Ningbo is home to global headquarters and registered offices of over 100 listed companies, and many regional business headquarters. Moreover, Ningbo is among the top 10 Chinese cities in the Urban Business Environment Report released by the Chinese state media China Central Television (CCTV) in 2019. Ningbo is also known for its stunning natural beauty, with Hangzhou Bay and the East China Sea surrounding the city and the Siming Mountains running through it, providing visitors with breathtaking landscapes and opportunities for outdoor recreation. Don’t miss the chance to visit the worlds busiest port by cargo tonnage, the port of Ningbo–Zhoushan, and explore the citys rich history at the Ningbo Museum and Tianyi Pavilion, the oldest existing private library in China. Come and experience the wonders of Ningbo, and see for yourself why it is one of the top destinations in China.