Baixueyu is located in the middle of the Longzhou Heritage Area of the Zuojiang Huashan Rock Painting Cultural Landscape. The residents of Yuli are mainly agricultural production, supplemented by fisheries. The main crops are sugar cane. Due to the inconvenient traffic in the Baixue Peninsula, the villagers of Baixue Village have had few new buildings in recent years. Most of the village houses were built after the founding of the People's Republic of China. They are mud-brick bricks with wooden blue tiles and bucket-type buildings. They are rare traditional villages in Longzhou County. These traditional houses with uniform style and simple style are dotted in the middle of the Baixue Peninsula. Together with the surrounding Zuojiang River and the mountains, and the densely distributed Huashan rock paintings, they form a unique and beautiful cultural landscape.
Bai Xueyan, a Zhuang village in Chongzuo, Guangxi, is located on the bank of the Zuojiang River and is surrounded by rivers. The only tool that communicates with the outside world is the large cane of the growers around the boat. The sugarcane field can see the whole village. . Here, the traditional and simple customs are preserved. For the foreign guests, they will be given their own sugar cane wine. Here, you can learn to dance and dance. It is still difficult to jump.
China's Guangxi Zuojiang Huashan Rock Art and Culture Landscape was approved for inclusion in the World Heritage List at the 40th UNESCO World Heritage Committee Meeting (World Heritage Convention) held in Istanbul on July 15, 2016, becoming China's 49th World Heritage Site. . The Bechu site is a type of ancient site characterized by a large number of shells in the cultural layer that contain people's food and food. The era was mainly in the Neolithic Age, and some continued later. Distributed in coastal areas, inland lakes and riverside areas, the shellfish contained are basically divided into two categories: marine and freshwater. The mystery of the millennium to be solved, what is the intention of the Zhuang ancestors to draw this large rock mural? Some experts and scholars after field visits