Sunday, 21 July 2013

In Ningbo- the Port city of China: The earliest findings of Ningbo can be traced back 7,000 years to the 'Neolithic Hemudu Culture'. It was one of the first places in the world to cultivate rice and in the 5th century established itself as a popular destination for sea trade in South East Asia, one of the original stops on the maritime Silk Road. Since this date, Ningbo's port has grown to be internationally recognised as one of the world's largest.

In Ningbo- the Port city of China: The earliest findings of Ningbo can be traced back 7,000 years to the 'Neolithic Hemudu Culture'. It was one of the first places in the world to cultivate rice and in the 5th century established itself as a popular destination for sea trade in South East Asia, one of the original stops on the maritime Silk Road. Since this date, Ningbo's port has grown to be internationally recognised as one of the world's largest.