Hefei, the capital of Anhui Province, located in the central region of China (Geographical coordinates: 32`N
and 117`E) between Yangtze and Huaihe Rivers and near Chaohu Lake. It possesses a strategically important location easily
accessible from all directions of the country, and it connects the vast area of Central China.
Hefei, well known both at home and abroad as “a historic
site famous from the Three Kingdoms Period and the hometown of Lord Bao”, is a city with a history of more than 2000
years. Since the later Eastern Han Dynasty, it had been made governance site several times of the local government as
a county or prefecture, constantly an important administration center and a crucial military stronghold in the region between
Huaihe River and Yangtze River.