Orlando is located in the middle part of Florida, having about 230 million population, and 5% of them are ethnic Chinese. With the humid subtropical climate, Orlando is warm all year long followed by rains. The average temperature in Orlando is 59 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Centigrade). There are over 300 sunny days annually in Orlando, making it "the Sunny City". Orlando is the largest and the most famous livable city in the world, and it is also one of the most developing city in America. There are numerous lakes in Orlando, which is best for camping, water sports, honey moon vacations and family travelling. In Orlando, the number of tourists archives 62.3 million in 2015; and the passenger flow volume of Orlando International Airport is 38 million in 2015, which means it has the No.13 handling capacity in America, and the No.29 in the world. The Walt Disney World, the Universal Studio, the Islands of Adventure, the Sea World and the countless hotels bring Orlando the world's top position of tourism. Additionally, there are many exhibition halls, museums and shopping malls full of global famous brands in this beautiful city, the city which is worthy of the name "Vacationer's Paradise". Retail stores in Orlando cover an area of 4.6 million square meters. There are not only regional shopping centers, but also factories and retailer stores which provide customers with incredible low price and discounts.
The economy of Orlando is benefited from its globally recognized tourism. In order to keep its dominant position as the Silicon Valley of Florida, Orlando spares no effort to develop its academic research, biological medicine, high-tech, digital media, art and culture and other industries, and it is successfully transformed to a large leisure city with diverse economic systems.
Orlando's developing tourist industry brings large numbers of global travelers to the renowned Disney World; which also attracts numerous investors coming here to look for fortune. After the financial crisis in 2009, the price of American estate declines, and many Chinese came to United States to purchase properties in order for investment. It includes Chinese people in Mainland China and around Orlando. The development of Orlando's tourism drives the development of other industries here, making estates close to Disney World most popular.