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Shenzhen, from 31 years champion of economy
Shenzhen occupies an area of 2030 sq km (population 15 million) and is located immediately north of Hong Kong. Shenzhen is located 100 km southeast of the provincial capital of Guangzhou, 60 km south of the industrial city of Dongguan and 60 km southwest of the resort city of Zhuhai.
Population, over 15 million
Shenzhen has a population of about 15 million people. Many of them are workers coming from outside to work in local manufacturing industries. But there are also large groups of professionals (from all over China) and there are also many foreigners, that come here to work in the local venue of their company. From this mixture is sprung a new interesting culture, oriented toward openness and innovation.
The great development of Shenzhen began in 1980
Only 35 years ago Shenzhen was little more than a fishing village. The development of Shenzhen is due to a decision of the great leader Deng Xiaoping. Thanks to him in May 1980, Shenzhen was formally nominated as a Special Economic Zone (SEZ), the first one of this kind in China. This has attracted huge investments toward Shenzhen (both from China and abroad), resulting in its great development. For over 30 years Shenzhen has been the Chinese city with the fastest growing.
The Shenzhen Stock Exchange
Being the main financial center in south China, Shenzhen also has its own Shenzhen Stock Exchange, that was founded on 1990. It is the second stock exchanges in China (after Shanghai). The listed companies are about 1500, the market capitalization of listed companies ITS amountes to RMB 6.6 trillion (USD 1.0 trillion). Numerous listed companies are subsidiaries of companies with state participation. In the same area there are also the headquarters of numerous high-tech companies.
The second tallest skyscraper in the world
Shenzhen skyline boosts 22 buildings at over 200 meters tall, The Shenzhen Kingkey 100 (that measures 442m) actually is the tallest and has just been completed. Meanwhile, it is in an advanced stage of construction the Pingan International Finance Center, a 115-storey supertall skyscraper that will be completed in 2015. Standing a total of 660 m, this will be the tallest building in China and the second-tallest building in the world, after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
Mild climate all year round
Shenzhen is located in the subtropical maritime area of China. The average temperature is about 23 degrees. The climate is warm, humid, monsoon-influenced. The winters are mild and dry. From April to October the heat increases until it reached a maximum (38-39 degrees) in July. During this period, also rainfall and humidity increase. In the months that follow, in the autumn, the climate is rather dry, with little rain and little humidity.
Shenzhen, the Hong Kong Chinese sister
Shenzhen is the young sister of Hong Kong, from wich is separated only from the border between Hong Kong and China. The two cities are connected by a convenient and fast subway line. Every day thousands of workers crossing the border (in both directions) to go to work in the other city. Among the authorities of Shenzhen and Hong Kong has been signed various agreements of cooperation and of gradual integration. This will bring them to join in one city in 2020, becoming the largest metropolis in the world.
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