There are about 20 townships in the Bozhou District of Zunyi City, Guizhou Province. The town with the strongest comprehensive strength is no more than the town of Yaxi.
Yaxi Town is one of the top 1,000 towns in the country. In the list of Qianqiang Town in 2017, Yaxi Town ranked 475th. In the list of Qianqiang Town in 2018, the ranking of Yaxi Town declined. ranked 770th. Although it has dropped nearly 300 places, it still cannot move its position in the Bozhou District. Because only one town in the Bozhou District has been selected into the Qianqiang Town, it can be said that the Duck River is the strongest town in the Bozhou District.
The town of Yaxi is about 20 kilometers away from the city of Bozhou and the city of Zunyi. It does not have the advantage of being connected to the city. Is it such a town far from the city, and what is it among the thousands of towns? The answer is of course industrial.
Yaxi Town is a coal-fired, automobile manufacturing, brewing and packaging industrial base in the western part of the Bozhou District. It is an economically strong town, a strong commercial town and a major energy town. Here, there are the Peace Economic Development Zone, the Guizhou Aerospace Special Special Vehicle Industrial Park, and the Ecological Circular Economy Industrial Demonstration Park. Many enterprises have been gathered, which has injected a strong impetus into the Yaxi economy and pushed the Duck Creek to the list of Qianqiang Town.
The towns in Yaxi Town are large in size, and they are located in the Pingba in the mountains. The urban built-up area is about 5 square kilometers. It is one of the largest towns in the Bozhou District. The reason why Duck Creek is the largest town in Bozhou is that there is also a shrimp town in Bozhou, which has a large urban area.
The town of Yaxi has a long history. It was also the seat of the county government in Xingshi County in the early Tang Dynasty. Duck Creek has flourished since ancient times and became one of the four major markets in northern Fujian in the Qing Dynasty. Economy and culture are often intertwined. In the historical evolution of Yaxi Town, the wine culture, red culture and salt road culture have formed a profound foundation.