Jilin province is situated in the central part of northeast China, covering an area of 187,400 square kilometers. It contains one sub-provincial city, seven prefecture-level cities, Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, Changbai Mountain Management Committee, and 60 counties (cities, districts). Jilin province is located near the border with a boundary line of 1438.7 kilometers in total, including 1206 kilometers shared with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), and the rest 232.7 kilometers shared with Russia. The easternmost Hunchun city is only 15 kilometers away from the Sea of Japan and only 4 kilometers away from the Posyet Bay of Russia. Northeast Asia is composed of Northeast China, Mongolia, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), South Korea, Japan and the Russian Far East with a population of 680 million and for a fifth of the world's economic output. Jilin province is located in the center of this huge economic region with advantageous geographical location and great development potential.
Changchun is the capital city of Jilin province and enjoys a reputation as the automobile city, film city, forest city, science, education and culture city, and international sculpture city. It has formed a complete industrial system dominated by transportation equipment manufacturing and focuses three bases-automobiles, agricultural product processing, and science, education and culture, and is actively expanding ten industries, including automobiles and parts, food, optoelectronic information, biology and medicines. It is a regional central city that is suitable for the development of enterprises, the construction of talents, the residence of citizens with high popularity at home and abroad.