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Wanli District, Nanchang

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Wanli District, Nanchang

Wanli District (Chinese: 湾里区; Pinyin: Wanli Qū), is a district of Nanchang, the capital of Jiangxi Province, China. It covers over 254 square kilometers in the northwestern part of Nanchang, within the West Mountains. More than 70% is forest-covered and the majority of the economy is natural resource based, with forestry and Chinese medicinal herbs being the focus. As of 2004, it had a population of 80,000. It is 18 kilometers to the city center.

Administrative divisions

It is divided into 2 sub-districts, 3 towns, and 1 township.


  • Zhanqian (站前街道)
  • Xinfu (幸福街道)


  • Zhaoxian (招贤镇)
  • Meiling (梅岭镇)
  • Luoting (罗亭镇)


  • Taiping (太平乡)

External links

  • Nanchang Wanli District Government Web(Chinese)

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