Hebei Province is located on the north of the Yellow River and to the east of the Taihang Mountains. Its capital is Shijiazhuang. The Great Wall of China passes through the north part of the province from east to west, under the border of Beijing Municipality, and terminates at the seacoast of Shanhaiguan in the northeast part of this province. Quyang County, in the center of the Province, is known for its Dingzhou porcelain products (vessels and figurines). The typical food eaten here is based on wheat, mutton, and beans.
The economy of the province:
This place is ranked the 6th in GDP among all the provinces of the country. 40% of its economy is based on agriculture. This province has the first coal mine of the country, and it is still among the major mines of the country. Bridge, mountains, monuments of the monasteries, and the historical places are the tourist places here.
More than 20 Fortune 500 companies have an investment in this province. The economy of this place is on a growth path.
Main Industries in Hebei: