Fujian Province, with a warm and humid semi-tropical maritime climate, is situated along China’s southeastern coast. It is separated from Taiwan only by the narrow Taiwan Straits. With more than 3,300-meter coastlines, the province occupies a total land area of 121,400 square kilometers and 136,300 square kilometers of sea area, one of the major windows and bases for China’s foreign communication. With a population of 35 million, Fujian is also the major hometown of overseas Chinese in China. Over the world, there are more than ten million overseas Chinese of Fujian origin.