Located in Guangdong Province's coastal region along South Sea, the city Shenzhen covers an area of 2,020 square kilometers and owns the population of 4.05 million people. The country's first Special Economical Zone (SEZ) established in 1979, the city consists of six districts, namely Luohu, Nanshan, Futian, Yantian, Baoan, and Longgang, among which the former four are within the SEZ.
Shenzhen ajoinds Dapeng Gulf in the east, the mouth of the Pearl River to the west, Wutong Mountain and Yangtai Mountain ranges to the north, and New Territory of HongKong to the south. It, in topography consists of mountains, hilly lands as well as plains along the seacoast. Shenzhen is famous for its mild subtropical oceanic climate. Spring is comfortable and sunny, summer is hot, rainy and windy, autumn is clear and fine and winter is short, dry and a little cold. It has a south sub-tropical marine climate with an annual average temperature of 22.4 degree Celsius, rainfall of 1940 millimeters, and a frost-free period of 350 days.
Shenzhen was once a small fishing village which was benefit from the Reform and Opening Policy of China, and gradually become a modern and dynamic city with booming economy. It has the highest per capita income in the country. High-tech industry especially the IT industry is the backbone of the Shenzhen’s economy. It also attracts many foreign investors and lots of foreign funds.
Shenzhen boasts brilliant metropolitan life as well beautiful landscapes, a perfect place for investment and tourism. For several consecutive years, the city has been elected as the "Garden City of State" and the "Model City in Environment Protection". In Nov 2000, it won the honor of "International Garden City" at the "Green Oscar" contest in Washington.
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