The governor oversees the province and the magistrates working under them.
A great deal of rice and tea are grown here, as well as much of the silk produced in the Empire.
Hungtse was settled early in the Ho Dynasty, as lords from feuding Ti Erte and Sheng Ti provinces fled to the south. Without their armies, the nobility eventually were swallowed up in the farming communities, turning to more peaceful pursuits. In the later Hai Dynasty, merchants from the south imported silkworms to the region, starting an industry which is unmatched for size or profitability anywhere in Kara-Tur. In 631, shortly after the “Sharing of Meals”, the Imperial Capital was moved from Hsi Feng (the Little Phoenix) to Hai Sheng (now re-named Kirin), where it remained until the Ivory Plague decimated it in 859. Kirin was renamed for the huge kirin who visited the city during the years of the Ivory Plague, saving the populace from certain death. Citizens still believe the city has special protection from the Celestial Emperor.