• Large cities drivers for common prosperity

    Updated: 2021-07-07

    In this 1-trillion-yuan club, seven cities' average annual per capita income surpassed 60,000 yuan ($9,282) last year, including Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen.

  • Cementing the bridges of wealth

    Updated: 2021-07-06

    The Greater Bay Area boasts a gross domestic product in excess of $1.67 trillion, with GDP per capita of more than $23,100.

  • Greater Bay Area integrating talent

    Updated: 2021-07-05

    The close bonds between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland have never been stronger, having withstood the test of time, as well as the strains of the pandemic.

  • Higher education is means to boost region's advancement

    Updated: 2021-07-04

    Collaboration among the universities in the 11-city cluster will kick-start the region's technological capacity and potential, experts predict. Zhou Mo reports from Shenzhen

  • Bubble tea maker Nayuki debuts on Hong Kong exchange

    Updated: 2021-07-04

    Chinese leading bubble tea company Nayuki made its debut on the Hong Kong stock exchange on Wednesday, which made it the country's first listed milk tea chain.

  • 'All hands on deck' urged in electric vehicle sector to achieve green goals

    Updated: 2021-07-03

    Total electric vehicle sales are expected to reach $46 trillion between now and 2050, with China, the United States and European economies to lead the market.

  • Shenzhen releases white paper on urban biodiversity

    Updated: 2021-07-02

    Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong province recently issued the country's first white paper on urban biodiversity, demonstrating its achievements in biodiversity and environmental protection.

  • Shenzhen maintains edge and ramps up funding for scientific R&D

    Updated: 2021-06-30

    Huang Kai joined the Shenzhen Bay Laboratory, or SZBL, a newly established government-backed institute that focuses on the development of the biochemistry sector from fundamental research to transformative achievement potential, in 2020.

  • Shenzhen set to mirror its economic performance with cultural refinement

    Updated: 2021-06-29

    Shenzhen, a Chinese vanguard in reform and opening-up, has pledged to use its soft power to turn itself into a model for urban civilization, culture and city image by the end of 2025.

  • Shenzhen to expand innovation potential

    Updated: 2021-06-28

    Shenzhen now has 18,650 national high-tech enterprises, four times the number of five years ago, ranking second among cities nationwide.

  • Top talent from across China chooses Shenzhen to launch careers

    Updated: 2021-06-28

    A Hong Kong resident surnamed Liu, who is a senior student at the University of Birmingham, is doing an internship at Laipic. The animation and video software provider is located on the 36th floor of Shimao Qianhai Center in the southern city of Shenzhen, Guangdong province.

  • Living up to a reputation of tolerance

    Updated: 2020-08-28

    Shenzhen, which was officially set up in 1979, has gained fame not only for its boldness in reform and opening-up but also for its great inclusiveness.

  • Friendly business environment attracts influx of entrepreneurs

    Updated: 2020-08-28

    Thanks to efforts aimed at improving its business environment, Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong province has become one of the most attractive destinations in China for global entrepreneurs.

  • Shenzhen to implement personal bankruptcy rule

    Updated: 2020-08-28

    China's first personal bankruptcy rule will come into effect in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, from March 1 next year and will provide a way out for "honest and unfortunate" individuals saddled with debt they cannot pay off, an official statement said on Thursday.

  • Scenic coast and mountain ideal retreats

    Updated: 2020-08-27

    While Shenzhen grabs headlines as a tech-savvy city and an innovation hub, it is also a well-established tourist destination that offers myriad natural and man-made attractions.

  • Economy bustling with tech giants and a vast pool of professionals

    Updated: 2020-08-27

    One thing many major Chinese tech companies have in common is that they have all made a presence in Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong province, a city "born out of innovation", local officials said.

  • Looking forward after 40 years of massive growth

    Updated: 2020-08-27

    Shenzhen seeks to be global leader of innovation in variety of sectors. A symbol of the country's reform and opening-up, Shenzhen in Guangdong province is a wonderland that has created impressive economic growth over the past four decades.

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