Ningde is an emerging harbor city in eastern Fujian province with an area of 13,500 square kilometers and a population of 3.3 million. It borders the cities of Wenzhou to the north, Fuzhou to the south and Nanping to the west. It has a 1,026-kilometer coastline and 61 berths with cargo capacities ranging from 0.2 to 0.5 million tons. There are different types of seafood in Ningde, including large yellow croakers, shrimp, cockles, oysters and seaweed. The city is well-known for its numerous tourist attractions, such as Taimu Mountain, Baishuiyang, the Yangjia River and Yushan Island, and various folk arts, of which lion dance and papercutting are the most popular.