Lvchun Village is located in the south of Yunnan Province, and is connected with Vietnam by mountains and rivers. The Lvchun County covers an area about 3097 square kilometers, with a high and low-lying central area, a highest elevation of 2637 meters and a lowest elevation of 320 meters. The Hani people's ancestors came to this area 2,500 years ago. In their struggle against the difficult terrain they successfully established the terraces, where they grew rice in order to make a living. The technology of developing fertile land on rugged mountain slopes didn't spread all over China and Southeast Asia until 14th century. The scenery of the terraced fields is at its best from November to the following April since the fields are full of water, composing a colorful painting. The visitors could also see Hani showroom when taking the tours here. It takes about 2-3 hours to finish the whole trip.