Siping City is a prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of Jilin Province. Siping City is located in the middle of Northeast China, the southwest of Jilin Province, the lower reaches of the East Liaohe River, and the junction of Liaoning Province and Jilin Province. It is located in the transition zone between the low mountains and hills of Jidong and the plain of Liaohe River. It is bordered by Dahei Mountain in the east, Liaohe Plain in the west, Changchun in the north, and Shenyang in the south. It is bordered by the Jingha Railway. The east is a hilly region and the west is part of the Songliao Plain. The terrain is slightly undulating. Jilin Hada Ridge is in the east of the border. The main rivers in the territory are the East Liaohe River and its tributaries, and the marginal areas include the West Liaohe River, Yitong River, and Huifa River.
Siping is located in the northeast transportation center, and the public railway transportation is very developed. It is the interchange of Harbin-Dalian-Pingqi railway and Simei railway. Siping Station is one of the ten largest passenger and freight marshalling stations in Northeast China. It marshals and passes more than 100 passenger and freight trains one day and night, and there are three main highways including Jingha, Jixi and Mingshen passing by. It is an important transportation hub and a strategic strategic place in the northeast of the Northeast. It has always been a battleground for soldiers. During the liberation war, the famous Siping battle took place here, known as the "Hero City". It is also the "bridgehead" of the economic exchange between the two provinces of Jiliao.
Going back to the history of Siping City, the period from the Han Dynasty to the Western Jin Dynasty belonged to the realm of Gu Fuyu. During the Northern and Southern Dynasties, the east border was near Goguryeo, and the west border was Khitan. Most of the Tang dynasty belonged to the Bohai state husband Yufu, set up Fuzhou, and governed Fuyu County, which is the west side of Siping City today. The Liao Dynasty belonged to Tokyo Road, and the Fuzhou Prefecture was changed to Tongzhou, and the Fuyu County was renamed Tongyuan County, which is still the seat of state governance. Siping City is located at the southern end of the city. It is adjacent to the Tiaozi River in the north and Dahei Mountain in the east. The middle is very flat. The southeast is high and the hills are low. The northwest is low and the plains are surrounded. The city is surrounded by hills to the north, east, and south. , Forming a dustpan-shaped basin with the "dustpan mouth" facing west. The urban area is divided into Tiedong and Tiexi. It has jurisdiction over Gongzhuling City, Shuangliao City, Lishu County, and Yitong Manchu Autonomous County.