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201806 Guixi Overview.jpg
Location in Jiangxi
Location in Jiangxi
Coordinates: 28°17′33″N 117°14′43″E / 28.2925°N 117.2454°E / 28.2925; 117.2454Coordinates: 28°17′33″N 117°14′43″E / 28.2925°N 117.2454°E / 28.2925; 117.2454
CountryPeople's Republic of China
Prefecture-level cityYingtan

Guixi (simplified Chinese: 贵溪; traditional Chinese: 貴溪; lit.: 'Noble Stream') is a county-level city under the jurisdiction of the prefecture-level city of Yingtan, Jiangxi Province, China, bordering Fujian Province to the southeast.

The city covers two-thirds of the land area in the municipal region. Like Yuehu District, the prefectural seat, Guixi's centre Xiongshi lies on the Xin River (信江).


The city executive, legislature and judiciary are in Xiongshi Town (雄石镇), together with the CPC and PSB branches.[1]

Towns (镇, zhen)[edit]

The city oversees 14 other towns:

  • Zhoufang (周坊)
  • Taqiao (塔桥)
  • Sili (泗沥)
  • Hongtang (鸿塘)
  • Zhiguang (志光)
  • Hetan (河潭)
  • Liukou (流口)
  • Luohe (罗河)
  • Longhushan (龙虎山) - access to Longhushan Mountain
  • Shangqing (上清) - access to Longhushan Mt.
  • Jintun (金屯)
  • Tangwan (塘湾)
  • Wenfang (文坊)
  • Lengshui (冷水)

Townships (乡, xiang)[edit]

There is one Ethnic Township (民族乡) for the She people at Zhangping (樟坪), upstream from Wenfang Town.



Guixi is a railroad junction for the Anhui–Jiangxi and the Zhejiang-Jiangxi Railways.

Notes and references[edit]

  1. ^ Jiangxi Sheng Ditu, published by PLA Factory 4236, January, 2002. ISBN 7-5031-2862-3/K-1312