Wuxiang County, Shanxi Province, is known as "the hometown of the Eighth Route Army and the cradle of its children" and "a model county in the anti-Japanese war".

During the War of Resistance Against Japan, the Eighth Route Army headquarters stationed in Wuxiang 5 times and stationed in 9 villages for a total of 536 days.

  Wuxiang County, Shanxi Province, is located in the hinterland of Taihang Mountain and is one of the main producing areas of high-quality millet in China.

Wuxiang Millet has a long history and has successfully applied for the "Wuxiang Millet" agricultural product national geographical indication certification.

Today, Wuxiang Xiaomi Cheng has become one of the leading industries in the county's poverty alleviation and rural revitalization.

Up to now, the county has planted about 100,000 mu of high-quality millet, with an annual output of 40 million jin, which has driven more than 30,000 farmers to increase their income.

(Reporter Wang Huilin video source Wuxiang Rong Media Center)

Editor in charge: [Li Yuxin]