Anji County, the hometown of Bamboo
Anji County, China, is surrounded by mountains on three sides, with sufficient sunlight, mild climate, abundant rainfall, four distinct seasons, suitable for the growth of crops, and superior ecological environment, which makes Anji possess the mountains and plains of "bamboo".
Anji county is well known for its 60,000 hectares of bamboo groves containing over 40 different species of bamboo.
In the first Oscar-winning Chinese film "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" directed by Ang Lee, the location of the bamboo forest battle between Jen Yu and Li Mu Bai is filming in Anji County.
Anji County produces bamboo, not only the beautiful scenery, but also various bamboo living utensils, handicrafts and art.