2018 IEEE Student Conference on Electric Machines and Systems
Dec. 14-16, 2018
Huzhou, China

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History of Huzhou
Among the cities around Taihu Lake, Huzhou is the only one that is named after the water of the lake. Huzhou has a history of over 2, 300 years. It was firstly named Gucheng when it was built as a prefecture in 248 B.C. and renamed as Huzhou in 602 A.D. for its location by Taihu Lake. During the period after the liberation of our country, Huzhou headquartered the first special district of Zhejiang Province, Jiaxing Special District and then Jiaxing District. In the October of 1983, Jiaxing District was Pided into two administrative regions: Huzhou City and Jiaxing City.
Main Attractions of Huzhou

Mogan Mountain
Mogan Mountain is listed as one of the best four summer resorts in China and is known for its 'three charms' - bamboo,clouds and spring. The mountain is famed for a cluster of European style villas built in the 1920s and 1930s and is dubbed a 'contemporary architecture museum'.


Nanxun Ancient Town
The area of the Nanxun ancient townhas an area of 2.18 square kilometers. The protection range of the ancient town is from the east to the east of Yiyuan site, from the west to the Yongan street, the southern boundary from the kyetang library and the small lotus house, the north to a hundred buildings, and the area of about one hundred and sixty-eight hectares, of which the area of the key protection area is 88 hectares.

Bamboo Exhibition Garden
With a total area of about 4,000 square meters, the garden is the world's biggest bamboo garden and displays over 300 varieties of bamboo. The garden is also dotted with pavilions, corridors and fountains, all contributing to the charm of the place.

Longwang Mountain
The mountain is endowed with vcrdant forests, numerous brooks, gullies and pools, and is a perfect tourism resort for people to enjoy clear and fresh air and tranquility. Here you can see a sea of cherry and azalea blossom in spring and a magnificent view of oddly-shaped clouds in summer.The mountain presents a uniform red scheme in autumn and becomes pure white in winter.
Transportation of Huzhou
Located in the center of the Yangtze River Delta, Huzhou serves as the hinterland of Shanghai, Hangzhou and Nanjing, three mega cities in this area, as well as a major node city connecting the southern and northern parts of the Yangtze River Delta and linking Eastern China and Central China. It’s only 75 kilometers, 130 kilometers and 220 kilometers away from Hangzhou, Shanghai and Nanjing respectively. Huzhou boasts the country’s stellar railways, roadways, intermediate ports within inland waterway network; 3 railways run through Huzhou,amely Nanjing-Hangzhou High-Speed Railway, Shangqiu-Hefei-Hangzho High-Speed Railway (under construction) and Xuancheng-Hangzhou Railway.
Huzhou has an easy access to 2 national and 3 provincial expressways, namely National G25 Changchun-Shenzhen (Hangzhou-Nanjing section) Expressway, National G50 Shanghai-Chongqing Expressway (Shanghai-Jiangsu-Zhejiang-Anhui section), Provincial S12 Shanghai-Jiaxing-Huzhou Expressway, Provincial S13 Lianshi-Hangzhou Expressway and Provincial S14 Hangzhou-Changxing Expressway; in terms of road and water transportation, National No. 104 Highway, National No. 318 Highway, and Changxing-Huzhou-Shanghai Canal, aka. “the Oriental Rhine”, all provide the convenient transportation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
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