There is a hustle and bustle air at a temple fair in Xiaoyi city, Shanxi province, on Feb 3.
With countdown to the grand traditional Chinese Spring Festival, scenic spots in North China's Shanxi province have been decorated.
North China's Shanxi province is seeking to double its GDP growth rate to 6 percent in 2016 on an overhaul of its coal industry.
Shanxi province wants to prove that it is no mere coal producer, as it expands its economy into new areas to tap its economic potential.
The economy of North China's Shanxi province reached a new plateau during the 12th Five-Year Plan (2011-2015).
North China's Shanxi province, one of the country's major coal-producing provinces, plans to maintain its coal production within 1 billion tons in next five years.
Northern China's Shanxi province, which produced over a quarter of the nation's coal in 2015, will continue upgrading coal-related industries to boost growth in the new year, said Governor Li Xiaopeng.
During the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020), Shanxi province will implement supply-side structural reform in transportation in six aspects in the new normal economy.
The fourth session of the 11th Shanxi Provincial Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) opened on Jan 26 in Taiyuan.