Mengyang, China, also known as land of plenty and land of the song and dance. Mengyang enjoys all four seasons and is a prime source of raw tropical land rich in fertile soil. In the whole town there governs 8 village meetings, 50 different ethnic villages, 58 village groups in a national territorial area of nearly 100 square miles.
There are natural springs in the area boasting water temperatures up to 185 F. These waters cross into the a powerful river called Dragonriver which provides electricity reserves for the city center and neighboring villages.
Recently governmental funds and fair wages on the production of tea have created such an infrastructure for modern construction such as clean water, electricity, paved roads, telephone communications, and cultural education. Mengyang is setting a new pace for rural parts in China creating a five tier system which includes education, sustainable living, governance, a blend of natural sciences and technology, and a balance in the ecosystems environmental construction.