The Central Asia Metallogenic Province is referred to areas situating between the Siberian craton to the north and the Sino-Korean, the Tarim and other cratons to the south. This metallogenic province is characterized by the Mid-Late Proterozoic and the Late Paleaozoic mineralizations. The spatial and temporal regularities of six important types ore deposits with special reference to Cu and Au super-large ones are discussed. It follows from the discussion that the Au-PGE-Ag-W deposits in carbonaceous formations and the massive sulfide deposits are highly perspective, while the porphyry deposits, the rulaesial volcanics-hosted Au deposits, the ore formations related to alkaline-rich intrusive rocks and the sandstone Cu deposits are also important for this particular province. With respect to ore potentiality, the central Asia Metallogenic Province occupies a position not less significant than the circum-Pacific and the Tethys Metallogenic Provinces.