1. Yangzhou is the Venice of China
Yangzhou is famous for its canals, which are more than 1000 years old. They were built during the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and were used to transport goods and people. Today, they are used for tourism and people can take boat rides on them.
2. The Jiangnan style architecture
Jiangnan refers to the southern part of China that was settled by the Huaxia people thousands of years ago. The architecture in this area has a distinct style from the rest of China. Houses are usually two stories tall with curved roofs that resemble pagodas. The buildings are also narrow so they fit between trees on narrow streets. This style of architecture is called "Jiangnan Style".
3. The gardens at Suzhou
Suzhou is famous for its gardens but there are many different types of gardens in Jiangsu Province.
4. Qingming Festival (Tomb Sweeping Day)
Qingming Festival is a traditional holiday in China that occurs around April 5th every year. It's a day when families go to cemeteries to sweep their ancestors' graves and burn incense as an offering to their ancestors and family members who have passed away. It's also a day when everyone can appreciate nature because it's usually sunny out on Qingming Festival but all the trees are still bare so you can see all the greenery in full bloom underneath them.
Yangzhou fried rice, Suzhou beef noodles, Yangzhou mini-dumplings, etc..