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2014-03-01 12:09 IDUSC 

How far are you from me, o fruit?

I'm hidden in your heart, o flower.

Rabindranath Tagore

The University is located in Hengyang, a medium-sized city in China. Halfway between the provincial capitals Guangzhou and Wuhan, it enjoys a very convenient transportation, being a 40-minute train trip away from Changsha, the capital of Hunan province, a 120-minute train trip away from Guangzhou, the international metropolis in the south of China, and a 360-minute train trip away from Beijing, the capital of P. R. China.

Hengyang Nanyue Airport (HNY)(20 km south) has been in operation since the end of 2014.

With Nanyuan Mountains standing north and Xiang River flowing through, Hengyang enjoys a subtropical monsoon climate. The annual average temperature is about 17℃, with an average high of 34 in August and an average low of 3.0 in January. Annually, the city has about 1500 hours of sunshine and an average rainfall of 1300 millimeters, much of which comes during the April-September rainy season.

For more information about the city, please visit the Website of the Cityhttp://www.enghengyang.gov.cn/default.aspx.

updated on 20150118

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