Jinggangshan, China, has a mid-subtropical humid monsoon climate and diverse landscapes of mountains, valleys, structural basins and Karst with elevation varying from 381m to 1779m above sea level. It is the largest continuous area of primary broad leaf forest ecosystem in the whole sub-tropical zone. There are 3415 higher plant species (with mutant species). Local residents live on agriculture and forest industries, such as rice, potato, vegetables, bamboo and tea-tree oil cultivation. The tourism industry at Jinggangshan has developed not only because of the marvellous landscapes and scenic spots but also because of its historical sites linked to China’s revolution.