Shenzhen ([ʂə́nʈʂə̂n]; Chinese:深圳) is a major city in Guangdong Province, China. Situated immediately north of Hong KongSpecial Administrative Region, the area became China’s first and one of the most successful Special Economic Zones (SEZ). It currently also holds sub-provincial administrative status, with powers slightly less than a province. According to the Government report for 2014, Shenzhen had a population of 10,628,900 and a metropolitan area population of over 18 million.
Shenzhen’s modern cityscape is the result of its vibrant economy made possible by rapid foreign investment since the institution of the policy of “reform and opening” establishment of the SEZ in late 1979, before which it was only a market town called Sham Chun Hui (深圳墟, literally Shenzhen Market) which the Kowloon-Canton Railway passes through. Significant sums of finance have been invested into the SEZ by both Chinese citizens and foreign nationals. More than US$30billion in foreign investment has gone into both foreign-owned and joint ventures, at first mainly in manufacturing but more recently in the service industries as well. Shenzhen was one of the fastest-growing cities in the world during the 1990s and the 2000s.
Shenzhen's population boom slowed down to less than one percent per year by 2013 as the manufacturing boom ebbed in favor of other industries. Shenzhen is a major financial center in southern China. The city is home to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange as well as the headquarters of numerous high-tech companies. It was dubbed as China's Silicon Valley due to this high concentration of technology companies. Shenzhen ranks 22nd in the 2015 edition of the Global Financial Centres Index published by the Z/Yen Group and Qatar Financial Centre Authority. It also has one of the busiest container ports in the world. In 2007, Shenzhen was named one of China’s ten most livable cities by Chinese Cities Brand Value Report.
He struggles with boredom, the difficulties of outsourcing and the culture shock of a Westerner in this profit-oriented Chinese city.
The book has 145 pages.
Some of the frames are drawn by Chinese artists and by a friend of Delisle's.
Delisle had already been to China in Nanjing.
He is deployed to Shenzhen as part of an outsourcing project, where he will spend three months in the Great Wall Hotel.
Unlike in Hong Kong, there are not many bilingual Chinese so he has language problems during his stay, including with the interpreters at work. Often he has to recourse to drawing or pointing to communicate.
PRIMARY and secondary schools as well as kindergartens in Shenzhen have been required to inform students and teachers to undergo home health monitoring before they return to campus for the spring term Monday, the Shenzhen MunicipalEducation Bureau said in a notice Wednesday ... ....
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Delisting /. In Depth. China boots record number of companies from its bourses ... A total of 42 companies were kicked off either the Shanghai or the Shenzhen stock exchange in 2022, more than double the figure in the previous year, according to public information compiled by Caixin. The vast majority were delisted due to poor financial performance ... 4 ... 5 ... .
The M2 Wear app is developed by a Chinese company named ShenzhenUnited PowerTechnology. Under the data agreement terms, it says that the app can collect information like name, date ... I am not convinced why an app as barebones as the M2 Wear would need so much information about me.
Passengers wait to board trains at ShenzhenNorth railway station in Shenzhen, south China'sGuangdong Province, Jan ... Passengers check the train information at Shenzhen North railway station in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, Jan ... Passengers are seen at Shenzhen North railway station in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, Jan.
Two years ago, foreign media revealed that Chinese company Shenzhen Zhenhua DataInformationTechnology Co had created a database of information about politicians, judges, military and civilian personnel, technology experts and entrepreneurs from many countries, and that it sold this information to the CCP’s state security apparatus.