J iangxi Province, Gan for short, is located in the south riverbank of the middle and lower reaches of Yangtze River, the southeast of China. Near Zhejiang Province and Fujian Province in the east, connecting with Guangdong Province in the south, and adjacent to Hunan Province in the west, Jiangxi connects with the Yangtze River next to Hubei Province and Anhui Province in the north. Jiangxi Province has its name after the Jiangnanxi Circuit was established by Emperor Xuanzong of Tang in A.D. 733. Meanwhile, the Ganjiang River consisting of Zhang River and Gong River crosses the whole territory of Jiangxi Province, so Jiangxi Province is named as Gan for short. Read More Below.