Liaoning Province is in the southern part of Northeast China, adjointing North Korea to the east. The province was first named Liaoning in 1929, now abbreviated to Liao, meaning prolonged peace and calmness in the Liaohe River area.
Liaoning is the cradle of the Qing Dynasty. As one of the many historic and cultural relics left by the Qing Dynasty, Shenyang Palace was built in its founding period. Other historic spots are Yong Mausoleum, Fu Mausoleum, Zhao Mausoleum, Liao Yang Cemetery with Frescos, etc. The natural landscape in Liaoning is beautiful and unique, with long winding coastline and star-like islands scattered in the sea.
Liaoning is also a province with 44 nationalities, such as the Han nationality, the Manchu nationality, the Mongolian nationality, the Hui nationality, the Korean nationality, and the Xibo nationality. The local Manchus wear traditional costumes young men in gown robes with mandarin jacket and young women in cheongsams at the wedding ceremony, characteristic of local folk customs.