The Jinggang Mountain Scenic Area, under the jurisdiction of Ji’an City, is the cradle of China’s revolution. In October 1927, Mao Zedong (1893 – 1976) and Zhu De (1886-1976), as well as other proletarian revolutionaries, led the Workers’ and Peasants’ Revolutionary Army to the Jinggang Mountain, founding the first rural revolutionary base in China. The scenic area, covering 213 square km, if ichly endowed with natural sights, including high and steep ridges and peaks, queerly shaped caves, cascading waterfalls and deep pools. It is usually enveloped in clouds and mist and has a pleasant climate. Its five peaks tower into the sky, hence the name “Five-Finger Peak”. The Five-Finger Peak with an altitude of 1,438 meters is the highest peak of the Jinggang Mountain. In 2007, the Jinggang Mountain was rated as a national AAAAA tourist attraction.