Kaihua county in western Zhejiang province borders Anhui, Jiangxi and Zhejiang provinces. Covering an area of 2,236.61 square kilometers, Kaihua governs 14 towns and 255 villages with a total population of 361,557, including 98,900 urban residents.
Kecheng district serves as a political, economic and cultural center in Quzhou.
Longyou county is located in central-western Zhejiang province and covers an area of 1,143 square kilometers.
Changshan is located in southwestern Zhejiang province. Covering an area of 1,099 square kilometers, it administers three sub districts, 11 towns, and 180 villages with a total population of 342,000.
Qujiang district borders Zhejiang, Fujian, Jiangxi, and Anhui provinces and links the Yangtze River Delta, Pan-Pearl River Delta, and Haixi Economic Zone.
Jiangshan is a county-level city that borders Zhejiang, Fujian, and Jiangxi provinces. It has been a county since the Tang Dynasty (618-907).