Welcome to the Lian Xi District People's government official website
Located in the north of Jiangxi Province, and south side of the middle and lower reaches of Yangtze River, Lianxi District enjoys a good geographic location and abundant natural conditions, subordinated to Jiujiang City , administrating 5 townships, 2 counties and 2 sub-districts, taking up an area of 369.8 km2 (the specific area remains settlement), with a population of 240,000, which was called “key town on Beijing-kowloon railway, and pearl on the Bohu Lake”. It borders Boyang Lake, the domestic largest freshwater lake, in the east, Yangtze River in the North, Nanchang and Jiujiang Industrial Corridor in the west and tourist attraction Lushan in the south. Suffering magma and glacier in geologic history, Lianxi has various kind of landforms and magnificent mountains. Located in the moist climate area which is between mid-subtropical area and northern subtropics, Lianxi has sufficient illumination moderate climate, distinctive seasons and few climatic disasters, which are suitable for agriculture, forest, animal husbandry and fishery development. 
Lianxi District has a profound history and the ancestors had been lived here since the last period of Neolithic
It was called Jinzhou and Yangzhouyu in the Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties. In the Spring and Autumn Period, it bordered Wu in the east and Chu in the west, therefore it was called “the head of Wu and tail of Chu”. In Warring State Period, Lianxi first belonged to Shu, then Yue, and last Southern Chu. In 26th year of Shihuang (221BC), Qin Dynasty was divided into 36 counties, and Lianxi was under the jurisdiction of Jiujiang Prefecture.  
In the 1st year of Gaozu in Han Dynasty(206BC), it was administered by Jiujiang Prefecture, Jiujiang Kingdom. In the 4th year of Gaozu, (203BC), Jiujiang Prefecture was restructured to Huainan Kingdom. In the 6th year of Gaozu (200BC), Chaisang County was set in Yuzhang County, Huainan Kingdom, and it was under the jurisdiction of Chaisang. In 1st year of , Jianguo, in Wangmang’s Dynasty (9AD), Yuzhang was renamed as Jiujiang County, and Chaisang was renamed as Jiujiangting, and it was under the jurisdiction of Jiujiangting, then followed the former name in the Eastern Han Dynasty. 
During the three Kingdoms Period, in 2nd year of Huangchu (221AD), Sunquan Emperor of Wu, set Wuchang Prefecture which administer Chaisang. 
In the 1st year of Yuankang in Jin Dynasty (291AD), the Emperor integrated 7 prefectures from Yanzhou, including Yuzhang, Boyang, Luling, Linchuan, Nankang,Jianan and Jinan, and 3 prefectures from Jinzhou, including Wuchang, Guiyang and Ancheng, into Jiangzhou which administering Chaisang County. In the 1st year of Yongxing (412AD), Xunyang, from Lujiang, and Chaisang, from Wuchang, were combined into Xunyang Prefecture, belonged to Jiangzhou.in the 8th year of Yixi (412AD), Xunyang County was emerged with Chaisang County.  
In the 2nd year of Taiqing in Southern Dynasties (548AD),Runan County was divided from Chaisang County, and both counties were subordinated to Jiangzhou.
In 9th year of Kaihuang in Sui Dynasty (589AD), Xunyang Prefecture,Chaisang County and Runan County were abolished, and Xunyang County was set, which was subordinated to Jiangzhou. In 18th year of Kaihuang (606AD), it was renamed as Pengli County, subordinating to Jiangzhou. In the 3rd year of Daye (607AD), Jiangzhou was reconstructed to Jiujiang Prefecture, and Pengli County was renamed as Pencheng County, subordinating to Lijiang Prefecture. 
In 4th year of Wude in the Tang Dynasty (621AD), the government abolished prefectures and re-set Zhou, and Pencheng County was changed to Xunyang County, subordinating to Jiangzhou. In the 8th year of Wude (628AD), Pencheng County was merged to Xunyang County. In 1st year of Tianbao (742AD), Jiangzhou was reconstructed to Xunyang Prefecture, administering Xunyang County. 
In 939AD, Xunyang County was renamed as Dehua County. 
In 978AD, Xingzi County was apart from Dehua County. Lianxi belonged to both counties.  
In 1361AD, Zhu Yuanzhang, the first Emperor of the Ming Dynasty, took over Jiangzhou, and renamed it to Jiujiangfu administering Dehua County. Nankang Province was replaced by Ningxifu which administering Xingzi County. Lianxi was divided into two part, one was subordinate to Dehua County and the other to Xingzi County. 
9th year of Hongwu in the Ming Dynasty (1376AD), Xiningfu was renamed as Nankangfu. 
In the 3rd year of the Republic of China (1914AD), to avoid duplication name which in Fujian and Sichuan, the government renamed Dehua as Jiujiang County. The local administration was classified to three levels, including province, Dao and county, so Lianxi was subordinated to Jiujiang County and Xingzi County, Xunyang Dao, Jiangxi Province, and abolished in 15th year of the Republic of China (1926AD). 
After the establishment of the New China, Jiujiang City was set based on Xunyang Township, Jiujiang County, Lushan Authority was established in Lushan. Lianxi was first subordinated to Jiujiang County and Xingzi County, then to Jiujiang County and Lushan Authority. 
In 1980 March, Jiujiang City was updated to provincially administrated municipality. In May, it established Xunyang District in the urban, develop district in the suburb, and Lushan District in Lushan. 6 communes of Jiujiang City, including Gongnongbing, Qianjin, Xingang, Daqiao, Zhouling and Shuichan, and 5 communes of Lushan Authority, including Hongqi, Xiangyang, Denglu, Dongfeng and Gaolong, were put under the city’s suburb. In 1983 July, the municipally affiliated county system was implemented. In 1984 May, to improve Lushan administrative system, Lushan District was repealed, and Lushan Scenic Spot Authority was established. In the August, the suburb was renamed as Lushan District. 
On April 8th, 2016, Xingzi Country was repealed and Lushan City was established. To avoid duplication name, Lushan District was renamed as Lianxi District. 
Lianxi District takes up an area of 369.8 km2, administrating 5 towns, 2 townships, and 2 sub-districts. 
Lihua Town has jurisdiction over 7 village committees (Panwan,Tanfan, Dongcheng, Longmen, Lianhua and Taiping), 8 community resident committees (Benghong, 826, Changhua, Huafeng, Jiangyang, Yijiayuan, Miaozhi and Lianhua).
Saiyang Town has jurisdiction over 5 village committees (Tangqiao, Fenghuang, Jinqiao, Saiyang and Donglin), and 1 community resident committee (Saiyang).
Gutang Town has jurisdiction over 8 village committees (Cailing, Zhouling, Xiangji, Shahu, Guangqiao, Dengqiao, Gushan and Yanhu) and 2 community resident committee (Huaqian and Gutang).
Weijia Town has jurisdiction over 5 village committees (Xingde, Jiyu, Jiuxing, Weijia and Xinhua) and 1 community resident committee (Weijia).
Xingang Town has jurisdiction over 12 village committees (Yangjiachang, Guanzhou, Jiangji, Xishan, Honglonggeng, Xingang, Taipingqiao, Wushishan, Zhulin, Fanglan, Changlingkou and Hetang) and 3 community resident committees (Dongsheng, Xingang and Rubber Plant).
Gaolong Town has jurisdiction over 5 village committees (Shuanglong, Yinmen, Qingshan, Gushan and Wuxing) and 2 community resident committees (Gaolong, and Lushan Cement Plant).
Yujiahe Township has jurisdiction over 7 village committees (Kaitian, Minsheng, Dongguang, Daqiao, Luban, Guoqiao and Shanhu) and 1 community resident committee (Yujiahe).
Shili Sub-District has jurisdiction over 2 village committees (Luozishan and Shili) and 24 community resident committees (Shilipu, Dalou, Changhong, Northern Jiangxi Shop, District Government Courtyard, Jiuchai, Nanshan, Chengnan, Dehua, Lianxi, Jiubo, Yibiao, Xinluling, Muxi, Huangtuling, 707 Institute, CTCE5, 713 Plant, Changhe Company, Jiujiang University, training college, plastic plant, 267 Branch and CSC2).
Wuli Sub-District has jurisdiction over 4 village committees (Sanlong, Wuli, Bali and Qianjin), and 9 community resident committees (Yikang, Nanhu Community, North Changhong Road, Hetang New Village, Lujialong, Xundong, Yanjialong, Nanhu, and train station).
Land resources: total land area in Lianxi District takes up of 824,546.4 acres, including 127102.5 acres of arable land and garden land, 340866.3 acres of forestry land, 186581.4 acres of water area, 150568.2 acres of resident and industrial and mining traffic land and 11522.85 acres of unused land . (According to the Land Resources Survey in 2000)
Water resources: 20 larger water systems in the territory, with a total length of 182 km, are originated in Lushan Mountain and its branches, covering a river network density of 0.29 km / km, and having an average annual surface runoff rate of 370 million cubic meters. The groundwater storage was 65.62 million cubic meters, which is in good quality. Water resources exploitation amount reaches to 1.4 million kilowatts.
Mineral Resources: Lianxi District has Kaolin reserves of 10 million cubic meters, limestone reserves of 30 million cubic meters, green stone reserves of 15 million cubic meters, yellow sand and river sand reserves of 35 million cubic meters. In addition, pebbles, flag stone, and Sand for construction industry has a reserve of 100 million cubic meters.
Biological resources: Lianxi District has 223 varieties of cultivated crops, including the well-known Lushan Yunwu tea, the National Silver Medal winner. The forest coverage rate reaches to 33.2%, and the main vegetation are evergreen broad-leaved forest and deciduous evergreen mixed forest, including 40 kinds of rare plants under state protection, and 30 kinds of wild animals of national priority protection; The breed aquatics is 37,000 acres, including cultivated water of 32,000 acres. It has 104 varieties of animals, including the Chinese sturgeon which is under the first-grade state protection. Native products contain “three specialties in Lushan Mountain” (stone fish, stone chicken and stone agaric), Jiujiang pepper, luohan bean, lettuce and Bamboo.
In the year of 2015, centering economy growth, the whole district worked diligently and kept the economy grew steadily.
Overall: In 2015, the region's GDP achieved 25.33946 billion yuan, increased by 9.3% over the previous year calculated at comparable prices. The added value of primary industry increased to 4.9393 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 3.9%. The added value of secondary industry increased to 12.97585 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 8.4%; and the added value of the tertiary industry increased to 1,186,968 yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 10.5%. The proportion of the three industries was 1.9: 51.2: 46.8. 
Agriculture: In 2015, the total agricultural output value of the district achieved 793.95 million yuan, a year-on-year growth of 3.5% calculated at comparable prices, of which agriculture, forestry, animal husbandry, fishery and its service industry respectively achieved 297.63 million yuan, 126.28 million yuan, 188.28 million yuan, 170.22 million yuan and 11.54 million yuan, with an increase of 7.7%, 2.4% %, 5.5% and 10.2% respectively. The annual grain sown area was 4355 hectares and the output was 23,448 tons. Grain crops sown took up an area of 3584 hectares, yielded 20706 tons; oil crops sown took up an area of 2750 hectares with a yield of 5206 tons; cotton sown took up an area of 867 hectares with a yield of 1788 tons; vegetable took up an area of2230 hectares, with a yield of 36,687 tons; annual year fruit took up an area of 118 hectares with a yield of 2812 tons. Annual slaughter number of swine reached to 70609 and poultry reached to 625,500. the annual output of meat achieved to 7102 tons, egg 713 tons, milk 301 tons and aquatic products 7510 tons.
Industry: in 2015, the district industry achieved 98.7239 billion yuan, a year-on-year growth of 9.0%, of which 95 annual industrial enterprises above designated achieved added value of 9.557 billion yuan, a year-on-year growth of 10.2%.
The total annual industrial output value of enterprises above designated reached to 43.052 billion yuan, an increase of 12.4%. The non-public owned enterprises achieved a total industrial output value of 41.207 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 11.9%, accounting for 95.7% of the total output value of the industrial enterprises above designated, contributing 95.66% for the industrial enterprises above designated and driving 11.8 percentage points growth of them.
In 2015, the industrial enterprises above designated in this district achieved main business income of 43.691 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 14.1%; total profit of 1.761 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 10.2%; and a total tax of profits of 2.855 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 9.4%
Fixed assets investment: In 2015, the district completed fixed assets investment of 25.821 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 10.3%, ranking first in the city. Industrial investment completed 14.41 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 23.1%, accounting for 55.8% of total investment. 
The district completed the park infrastructure and accelerated projects like road network, electricity, water supply network. 29 key urban construction projects were newly established, continued or started, and the city function and taste both upgraded. The urban roads upgrade project was speeded up: extension line of Houbailong Road and Sangjialaowu Road were fully completed; the 3rd Xuefu Road (1st phase), Qinhu Road (South) construction were accelerated; 17 side streets alleys, including Jiubo Community Road, Pump Factory living District Road, Nanshan Lane, Hejia Lane, were comprehensive improved. 924,000 m2 resettlement houses were completed and the rest 639,000 m2 were under construction.
Open economy: In 2015, the district actually introduced 38 projects worth of 50 million yuan foreign investment from other cities, of which 29 projects worth of 100 million yuan, and 5 projects worth of 10 billion yuan (Wanda, love, juvenile, Zhongke Xin Star , Tiantai); the actual capital of 9.518 billion yuan, 122%of the annual target, which was an increase of 86.12%. It approved 5 foreign investment projects and contracted foreign investment of USD 87.39 million, and actual utilized foreign capital of USD 120.52 million, an annual target of 104.8% and an increase of 19.7%. The spot exchange was USD 77.5 million and the exchange rate was 64.3%, an increase of 3%. The annual foreign trade export reached to 312 million US dollars, an annual target of 102% and an increase of 6.85%.
Service Industry: In 2015, the whole district achieved service industry added value of 11.87 billion yuan, an year-on-year growth of 10.5%, accounting 46.8% of the GDP.
The added value of traffic, storage and post industry achieved 3.16 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 12.4%. wholesale and retail industry achieved 1.96 billion yuan added value, an year-on-year increase of 13.9%; Accommodation and catering industry achieved an added value of 1.4 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 16.3%;The financial industry achieved an added value of 530 million yuan, an year-on-year increase of 22.6%; Real estate industry achieved an added value of 1.18 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 13.8%; Other services achieved an added value of 3.62 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 3.7%.
In 2015, the total retail sales of consumer goods in the district reached to 2.335 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 12.3%.
Finance and finance: In 2015 the district completed total fiscal revenue of 26.608 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 13.8%, accounting for 103.7% of the 25.66-billion-yuan budget made in the beginning of the year. It completed local public budget revenue of 16.3638 billion yuan, accounting for 104.4% of the 15.68-billion-yuan budget made in the beginning of the year, a decrease of 0.2% compared to last year.
From the perspective collection departments: National Tax completed 10.1532 billion yuan, a 38.5% higher over the previous year accounting for 122.3% of the 830-million-yuan budget; Local Tax completed 13.5512 billion yuan, 6.2% lower over the previous year, accounting for 88.6% of the 15.3 billion-million-yuan budget; the Financial completed 290.36 million yuan, a 79.2% higher over the previous year, accounting for 141.0% of the 206-million-yuan budget;
The annual fiscal expenditure reached to 17.0853 billion yuan, 156.23 million yuan more than 1552.2 million yuan in the last year, a year-on-year increase of 10.1%.
Public service expenditure was 373.79 million yuan, increasing 48.86 million yuan, with a growth rate of 15.0%; Public security expenditure was 55.78 million yuan, increasing 5.15 million yuan, with a growth rate of 10%; social insurance and employment expenditure was 165.48 million yuan, increasing 43.29 million yuan, with a growth rate of 35.4 %; agriculture, forest, and water conservancy expenditure was 123.76 million yuan, increasing 24.93 million yuan, with a growth rate of 25.2%; communication and transportation expenditure was 256.7 million yuan, increasing 7.02 million yuan, with a growth rate of 37.6%; other expenditure was 257.71 million yuan, increasing 30.66 million yuan, with a growth rate of 13.5%.
Note: selected from 2015 National Economic and Social Development Statistical Bulletin in Lushan District (Lushan District has been renamed as Lianxi District)
Population and livelihood: in the end of 2015, resident population was 266,600 and the total population reached to 228600, including 137199 non-agricultural population.
In 2015, the urban per capita disposable income was 30,689 yuan, an increase of 9.8%; on-post workers per capita annual wage was 48,940 yuan, an increase of 12.0%. Rural per capita disposable income was 15,422 yuan, an increase of 9.7%. Urban and rural resident’s income ratio was 1.99: 1.
Social undertaking: the district vigorously promoted technology innovation, declared 6 provincial projects and 11 municipal projects in 2015.The infrastructure in middle and primary schools were constantly improved, and quality-oriented education was integrally enhanced, which passed the national compulsory education basis equalization examine 4 years earlier in the province. Reform of the medical and health sectors was deeply advanced, and new rural cooperative medical system was constantly improved. The district hospital was honored as “best baby-friendly hospital in domestic”. Village song Night in Xingang, won the special award in Top 10 China’s Village Song. Opusculum the call from Discipline Inspection Commission gained silver award in “China Ode” the 6th National Playlet, Opusculum and Folk Art Exhibation. As extensive mass fitness programs vigorously developed, the district successfully held 18th High School Student Track Meet and “Xinxing Glass Fiber Cup” Men’s basketball. New achievements also succeed in double support, people’s armed forces, national religion, overseas Chinese affair, Taiwan affair, office affair, institution preparation, auditing, statistics, earthquake disaster reduction, property management, price, archives, radio and television, legal system, party school, district record, trade union , The Association for Industry and Commerce, aging peple, the elderly sport Association, the elderly Association for Science and Technology, committee for wellbeing of youth, the Communist Youth League, women and children, the Red Cross, charity, and the disabled.
Note: selected from 2015 National Economic and Social Development Statistical Bulletin in Lushan District (Lushan District has been renamed as Lianxi District)