Shimuchao Shiyanping is located in the southeast of Yongding District, Zhangjiajie City, adjacent to Niuchehe Township, Taoyuan County in the east, Qijiaping Town in Liling County in the south, Junjiaping Town in the west, and Cili in Zhangjiajie in the north County Dongxi Township, 64 kilometers away from the urban area, is a typical remote mountainous township. It has 17 administrative villages, 2 neighborhood committees, a total of 185 village (resident) groups, 4272 households, a total population of 15,567 people, a land area of 167.2 square kilometers, a total cultivated area of 40617 acres, of which 23886 acres of arable land and rice paddy 16731 acres. The town's forest coverage rate is 80.1%. The Tujia, Miao, Bai, and Han nationalities in the territory are mixed.
Wangjiaping Town has a deep cultural heritage and a long history of national culture. It has been awarded the title of "Hometown of National Culture and Art" by the State Council, the Ministry of Civil Affairs, the Provincial Government, the Ministry of Culture, and the Provincial Department of Culture. For a long time, the people of Wangjiaping Town have created their own culture and art in the practice of working life, and have continued to promote the development of local national culture in the course of history. "Society", "Calligraphy Association" and other 12 mass cultural organizations, with more than 800 cultural backbones. Folk arts such as grass dragon lanterns, lion lanterns, playing slippers, fishing drums, land operas and folk songs are well-known throughout the country. Crying marriage songs and Nuo operas are also unique in western Hunan, and have received great attention from the provinces, cities, districts, and even the central government departments. There have been CCTV "Chengda Variety Show", "Culture and Art Wide Angle", Hunan TV's "Village Discovery Section", etc., Singapore Central Television, and the UNESCO, UNESCO, World Heritage Corporation President Michael and other domestic and international news media and well-known experts, Scholars came to Wangjiaping to inspect culture, art, and local customs.