A Belgian chocolate moulding workshop enjoyed in the hip riverside area of Canal 5 bustling with cosplayers and students. Museums showcase Jiangsu’s immense history nearby, as well as some of Changzhou’s famous attractions. Bars open up at night and the cultural center carries beauty in the rain.
I want to watch the sunset by the Taihu Lake.
Taihu, located at the junction of Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces in China, the southern part of the Yangtze River Delta, known as Zhenze, and the district, also known as Wuhu and Zhangze, is one of the five largest freshwater lakes in China, with a latitude of 30°55' 40"~31°32'58" and east longitude 119°52'32"~120°36'10", across the rivers and Zhejiang provinces, north to Wuxi, south to Huzhou, west to Yixing, east to Suzhou . The drainage area is 36,900 square kilometers, the water surface area is 2,338 square kilometers, and the lakeshore line is 393.2 kilometers long. The entire Taihu Lake system has more than 180 large and small lakes. It is the largest lake in the offshore area of eastern China and the third largest freshwater lake in China. The west and southwest sides are hilly mountains, and the east side is dominated by plains and water networks. The Taihu Lake system is venting from west to east. The average annual lake runoff is 7.5 billion cubic meters and the water storage capacity is 4.4 billion cubic meters. There are more than 50 islands in Taihu Lake, 18 of which are inhabited. Taihu Lake is famous for its beautiful lakes and mountains and splendid cultural landscape. It is a famous scenic spot in China.