About Suizhou: Suizhou is located in the northern part of Hubei Province, at the intersection of the Yangtze River Basin and the Huai River Basin. It is known as the “Hanxiang Throat” and the “Pearl of Northern Hubei.” In ancient times Suizhou was known as the “Kingdom East of the Han River.” It is known for being “ancient, strange, beautiful, and new” and is a national-level historical and cultural city. Known as the “first peak in the sky north of Hubei and Hunan,” the scenic spot of Dahong Mountain has beautiful and unique scenery. It is a national nature reserve. The Tongbai Mountains, which span the two provinces of Hubei and Henan, are where the Huai River originates. The river has become the boundary between the north and south of China.