A renowned ancient city in China, Harbin is situated in
northeastern China. As the capital of Heilongjiang province, the city boasts
the largest historical museum of the Jin Dynasty, remains of the Huining
Mansion and the tombs of Wanyanaguda. Harbin is situated closest to the
important international markets of Japan, Korea and Russia. Its prime location
makes Harbin an important economic hub of the Eurasian corridor. Consequently,
Harbin is increasingly becoming an important international passageway.