Wojikou Fruit Garden of Tiangang

China.org.cn, December 6, 2016
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The Woji Village of Tiangang, with a long, famous history, got its name Woji from Manchu language, which means a land of forest. Jurchen people lived in this area at the end of the Ming Dynasty and beginning of the Qing Dynasty. According to historical record, Emperor Kangxi once visited here and wrote a poem “Visiting Woji”. A TV series, Reap What Is Sown, which was popular in CCTV, had the outdoor scenes taken here.

Woji Village, convenient in transportation, is a way that must be passed going to the primitive forest in the Binghugou scenic area. The Changchun-Tumenjiang Railway has a stop here. It covers an area of 33.87 square km, and has 1,450 residents.

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