"You don't go" is the dialect of Western Hunan. "You don't go" is a famous mountain ballad. It is a song created by the combination of landscape and Mandarin and Zhangjiajie dialect. "You don't go" means you don't go. It belongs to the dialect of Western Hunan.
Xiangxi Tujia and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, referred to as Xiangxi Prefecture and Xiangxi for short, is subordinate to Hunan Province. It is named because it is located in the west of Hunan Province (referred to as "Xiang"). It is the only minority Autonomous Prefecture in Hunan Province and one of the birthplaces of Wuling culture. Xiangxi Prefecture is located in the north of the west of Hunan Province, the middle reaches of Youshui and the middle of Wuling mountains. The whole Prefecture covers an area of 15462 square kilometers, including an urban area of 556 square kilometers. It accounts for 7.3% of the total area of Hunan Province.
Xiangxi Prefecture has a long history and splendid culture. There are the first batch of national famous historical and cultural city Fenghuang County in the jurisdiction. In 2015, it was selected as the first batch of national global tourism demonstration areas. There are many cultural relics in the prefecture, and there are a large number of natural and cultural landscape relics in Laosi city and its surroundings.