Shenjialing village of Lanzhou, Gansu province, site of one of the fiercest battles in China's civil war, is drawing on revolutionary history as part of rural vitalization efforts.
Gansu provincial committee of the Communist Party of China, the world's largest governing party, will convene its 14th congress in its capital, Lanzhou, in May.
Lanzhou, capital of Northwest China's Gansu province, plans to establish a provincial all-for-one tourism demonstration zone in 2022 and a national one by 2025, according to recently-released guidelines.
Farmers are busy driving rumbling tractors to plow the land in the Lanzhou New Area, Northwest China's Gansu province.
Lanzhou is located in the upper reaches of the Yellow River, to the west of the Loess Plateau. The Yellow River flows from the southwest to the northeast, crossing the whole city, and there are numerous bridges across the river here.
The Development and Reform Commission of Gansu province recently announced this year's major construction projects, which will drive investment and promote the high-quality development of the area.
The Lanzhou Passenger Transport Center will resume services starting from April 18 in a gradual manner, with online ticketing channels opening simultaneously.