F rom 3rd to 6th century, Nanjing had become the economic and cultural center of south China. After the 7th to 10th century, Chinese economic center moved southward, hence the saying “the economy of China depends on Jiangnan”. Then Yangzhou became an important hub for the communication of the south and north. After the 14th century to the middle of the 17th century, Suzhou had become the most prosperous city of industry and commerce and the cultural center in the nation, and places including Nanjing and Suzhou had become the birthplace of capitalism germination in China. In the late years of the 19th century, modern industries including silk weaving, silk reeling, textile, flour and coal mining had successively emerged in Wuxi, Suzhou and Changzhou, and the textile industry of Suzhou had enjoyed the world-known reputation. Jiangsu is endowed with not only rich tourism resources but also plenty of historic sites. Based on the Yangtze River, the Grand Canal, the Taihu Lake and the coast, Jiangsu has developed unique tourism resources of “taking the water as the major elements and being well-known for the mountain-water group”. The tourism attractions of Jiangsu include renowned tourist resorts such as the historical site of 6 dynasties, Classical Gardens of Suzhou, landscape of the Taihu Lake, Bamboo Sea of Yixing, historic relics of Qin and Han dynasties in Xuzhou, mountains and waters in the seaside city Lianyungang, plain landscape of Huai’an, beautiful scenes of water town Zhouzhuang. Not only abundant humanistic landscape resources but also magnificent natural landscape with the combination of mountains, rivers and the sky can be found in Jiangsu, Abundant tourism resources of mountains, rivers, holes and springs are available here.