Pearl City Bengbu ready to embrace the world

By Zhang Xingjian | | Updated: 2018-12-06 15:46
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Visitors attend the China International Musical Instruments Expo and the second Belt and Road Commercial and Cultural Exchange Forum. [Photo provided to]

The area gave rise to one of the origins of ancient Chinese characters – the Shangdun Neolithic Age Relics, which date back 7,000 years and stand out as a prominent example of the Huaihe River culture.

Today, the city of Bengbu has received national recognition for its achievements, including as an innovation demonstration zone. It also enjoys advantages in traffic and transportation.

Bengbu serves as an important hub on China's north-south Beijing-Shanghai Railway, with the capacity to handle 320 trains daily as well as a high-speed train station that connects passengers to major cities, including provincial capitals and municipalities. Bengbu operates the largest port on the Huaihe River, linking the Yangtze River and the sea, and will become a connecting point between the Beijing-Fuzhou and Nanjing-Luoyang highways.

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