Hubei occupies an important location at the crossing of the land route from Beijing to the south of China with the Chang Jiang River, a major east–west artery.
Hubei experiences mild winters, with January average temperatures around 3°C/37°F; and hot summers, with July temperatures averaging from 28°C/82°F in the eastern plain to 24°C/75°F in the western hills.
Hubei was one of the regions with active population migration and it was also an important region for in-migration.
Hubei is a province with a large population and small land base, the average areas of arable land and forest per person were 0.97 mu and 1.33 mu (15 mu = 1 hectare) respectively in 1990 (the average arable land per person was 2.16 mu).
Lying between 29005'-33020' north latitude and 108021'-116007' east longitude, Hubei covers an area of 185,900 square km, accounting for 1.94 percent of the national total, ranking the 16th nationwide.
Hubei is rich in mineral resources with 111 minerals found in the province, accounting for 74 per cent of all the 150 minerals already found in the country.
Hubei has strong scientific and technological capability with 2,071 scientific research institutions including 8 key laboratories at the state level and 46 research institutions under the jurisdiction of different state ministries and commissions.
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HubeiProvince, located in the mid-Yangtze River basin, supports a population of 55 million in an area roughly one third the size of France.
Hubei's industrial structure, based on steel, non-ferrous metals, pulp and paper, cement, and fertilizer and other chemicals, is one that demands relatively high investment to control pollution.
Furthermore, the project would provide Hubei with the basis to extend and sustain these improvements by providing a framework for improved enforcement and international experience in comprehensive environmental planning, and in design, construction and operation of large wastewater and solid waste management facilities.
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For this purpose, We plan to convene a seminar on Hubei's Miaozu Nationality and the study of Miaozu Nationality in the 21st century and we take pleasure in inviting you to be present at the conference at the turn of this century.
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The highest peak in Hubei is Shennong Peak, found in the Daba Mountains and in the forestry area of Shennongjia; it has an altitude of 3105 metrem.
Hubei has average temperatures of 1 - 6 Celsius?C in winter and of 24 - 30 Celsius?C in summer; punishing temperatures of 40 Celsius?C or above are famously associated with Wuhan, the provincialcapital.
Hubei is divided into 13 Political divisions of China#Prefecture-levelprefecture-level divisions (of which there are 12 prefecture-level cities and 1 autonomous prefecture), as well as 3 directly administered county-level cities and 1 directly administered county-level forestry area.
Hubei is a province of China, known for the Huangmei and Chu opera styles and a wide array of folk songs; Huangmei opera is especially renowned, and has spread to Shanghai, Beijing and Anhui, among other places.
In 1986, the Hubei Folk Arts Association published several versions of Darkness, believed to be an ancient Han origin myth, collected mostly in song form by Hu Chongjun.
Modern popular performers from Hubei include Li Qiong and the Hubei Song and Dance Ensemble.