Guangxi Region was called Baiyuedi in ancient times. The administration of the Guangxi region kept on changing with the change of dynasties.
Qin Dynasty from 221 B.C. to 207 B.C., it was under the administration of Guilin Prefecture and Nanhaixiang Prefecture. Tang Dynasty from 618 A.D. to 907 A.D., it was under the administration of Lingnandao Prefecture. In the Song Dynasty from 960 A.D to 1297 A.D., it came under the jurisdiction of Guangnanxi Lu and renamed as Guangxi. During the Yuan Dynasty from 1271 A.D to 1368 A.D, it became part of Hunan-Guangxi Province. Ming Dynasty from 1368 A.D to 1644 A.D, it was under the administration of the Guangxi Department. It became Province during the Qing Dynasty during the period from 1644 A.D to 1911 A.D.
This Province is famous for its natural scenic beauty. It is also renowned for its different types of food and drinks. The climate here is pleasant. It is a less polluted province due to fewer industries. It is one of the most preferred tourist destinations in China. Tourism and agriculture are the primary sources of income for the natives here.
Guangxi is rich in natural resources. There are 97 types of mineral reserves. The deposits of tin, manganese, antimony, and lime are the largest in China. It is also rich in timber and forestry resources.
Guangxi cultivates a large number of cash crops, which include sugarcane, palm-oil seeds, bananas, pineapple, and resin. The output of sugarcane is the largest in the country.
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