About Ningan: Ning’an City is in the south of Heilongjiang Province. It is situated along the central belt between the national open ports of Suifenhe and Hunchun. Ning’an combines natural landscapes and famous monuments. This is where the Bohai Kingdom’s Tang era Shangjing Longquan Ruins are located. These are the very well-preserved ruins of a medieval capital city. Another attraction is China’s largest mountain barrier lake at the Jingpo Lake World Geological Park. Other historic and cultural sites that draw people’s attention include the Three Ancient Burial Mounds (三陵古墓群), the Qing-era Great Stone Bridge (清代大石桥), and Xinglong Temple.