Qujing is a prefecture-level city in eastern Yunnan province of southwest China. It is an important industrial city, and is Yunnans second largest city by population and its population is 5,855,055 according to the 2010 census, of whom 659,925 reside in the built up area. Within a few years, Zhanyi county will be part of this built up area, Qujing is located in the east of Yunnan province, about 130 kilometres east of Kunming, the provincial capital. Like much of the central and eastern parts of the province, tempered by the low latitude and moderate elevation, Qujing has a mild subtropical highland climate, with short, mild, dry winters, and warm, rainy summers. Frost may occur in winter but the days still generally warm up to around 15 °C, during summer, a majority of the days features some rainfall, and daytime temperatures rise to 25 °C. A great majority of the rainfall occurs from June to October. Qujing is linked to Kunming by the National Highway 320, drive time is about three hours. The transportation system in Qujing is well developed and you can access almost every corner of the city by way of the Kun Qu Freeway. Buses to Kunming depart from Qujing Bus Station every half hour, the bus station also provides transportation to Dali, Honghezhou and other destinations around Qujing. Taxi and buses are available in Qujing, the base rate of a taxi is RMB5 for the first 3 km. Two train routes, Guizhou to Kunming and Nanning to Kunming and it takes one and one half hour to get from Qujing to Kunming. There is a plan for a train to run between Chengdu and Nanning by the year 2015, which will make the trip from Kunming<>Qujing only 30 minutes long. The government seat is located in Qilin District, in 2004, total GDP was of 34,2 billion Yuan, and the GDP per capita of,6025 yuans. Tobacco, automobiles, power generation and chemical engineering are the industries in Qujing. Qujing Economic and Technological Development Zone Qujing Economic and Technological Development Zone is a development zone approved by Yunnan Provincial Government in August 1992. It is located in the east of urban Qujing, the second largest city in Yunnan in terms of economic strengths, the location of the development zone is the economic, political and cultural center of Qujing. It has 106 km2 under its jurisdiction and it shoulders the task of building a new 40-square-kilometer city area and providing service for a population of 400,000 in the upcoming 10 years. The Qujing Prefecture Almanac lists the following Yi subgroups
Qujing in 2013. South Qilin Road.
Light green -Yi. Blue - miao. Red - zhuang.Dark green- Bouyei. Yellow- Shui