When I was young, I had a set of books “Jieshou Shi Hua”, which contains all the glory of my hometown before 1990. For example: in the battle of Wang Mang and Liu Xiu, because of her charity changed Chinese history; in the War of Resistance Against Japan, because of her kindness, she took in people fleeing from all directions, making this place once become the “little Shanghai” on the border between Henan and Anhui. According to legend, Ren Bishi was also the county magistrate here before liberation; the book contains a myth about the city’s mother, Shahe. Our Shahe wine was once famous all over the country. These are also recorded in Baidu Baike. Oh, yes, this is also the hometown of Liu Futong. Jieshou is a county-level city under the jurisdiction of Anhui Province and is managed by Fuyang City. It is located in the northwest of Anhui Province and is also known as Jiegou and Xiaoshanghai. It is bordered by Linquan County and Fuyang County in the south, Taihe County in the east, and Shenqiu and Dancheng counties in Henan Province in the northwest. Because Liu Qi, a famous general in the Southern Song Dynasty, defeated Jin Wushu, the boundary here was named after the ditch. During the Anti-Japanese War, Jieshou was not invaded by Japanese troops due to traffic jams. Businessmen from cities such as Shanghai and Nanjing moved to Jieshou. At one time, the population increased sharply, merchants gathered, and trade was prosperous, so it was known as “Little Shanghai”. The total area is 667.3 square kilometers, the population is 834,000 (the registered population in 2019), and it has jurisdiction over 15 towns and 3 sub-districts. Jieshou (County-level city in Fuyang City, Anhui Province) I lived on this land until I was 18 years old. Her decadence at that time moved my sensitive heart when I was young. After the tainted milk powder incident in 2003, I didn’t even dare to tell others about my hometown. After graduating from university, I chose to work in another place, occasionally returning to my hometown on holidays. The impression of her stayed before university until 2017, when her mother called and said that her home house was too close to Shahe, which affected the urban appearance planning and was included in the scope of demolition. In the next few years, I learned about the changes in my hometown from time to time during the conversation with my mother, for example, the bridge near my hometown was rebuilt. The bridge before reconstruction is more beautiful at night. Gradually, I am not satisfied with this passive notification. I paid attention to the WeChat official account in my hometown and actively followed her changes. In December 2019, it ranked among the top ten counties (cities) with investment potential in the country in 2019. This year, the hometown also opened a high-speed rail. On December 1, Jieshou officially entered the era of high-speed rail. On May 18, 2020, the 2020 National County-level City Communication Ranking Press Conference was held in the People’s Daily. It ranks 91st. In 2019, Jieshou City achieved a gross regional product (GDP) of 34.29 billion yuan, a per capita GDP of 56023 yuan, and annual fiscal revenue of 4.01 billion yuan. Inadvertently, my hometown ran from the poorest county in Anhui to the 91st place in the country. It was also this year that my hometown issued news about the construction of a general airport. Jieshou General Airport, here comes! My hometown is a small county with both a high-speed rail station and an airport, which has become a little pride in my heart. If you meet a stranger and ask me where my hometown is, I would say something from Versailles: a small county-level city, Jieshou. When I see the other person’s face at a loss, I will add: Oh, I don’t know what the government there thinks about building a high-speed rail and an airport in such a small place. Finally, I will publicize our intangible cultural heritage-Jieshou painted pottery for my hometown.