On the day of January 2023 … Shenzhen Ultra Mega Metropolis City is located right next to the Hong Kong SAR in the Greater Bay Area, Guangdong Province of China, and People’s Republic of China. Shenzhen is One is the world’s Advanced City Shenzhen is ranked as an Alpha- (global first-tier) city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network. Its nominal GDP has surpassed neighbouring cities of Guangzhou and Hong Kong and is now among the top ten cities with the largest economies in the world….. Shenzhen is growing rapid at warp speeds that year, it was declared a special economic zone, which opened the city to foreign investment, technology, and managerial expertise through the establishment of foreign-owned, joint-venture, and other business enterprises. From 1980 the city grew at a phenomenal rate, a rate known in China as “Shenzhen speed.” Shenzhen is known as one of the top 20 High-Tech cities in the world, and definitely one of the more modern in China. Despite its incredible development, it’s not a very polluted city.
Shenzhen is Special through many ways Shenzhen is now the hi-tech home of leading Chinese tech firms such as the internet giant Tencent, telco Huawei, and the drone maker DJI. Shenzhen is also home to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and is one of the busiest financial centers in the world. Shenzhen is ranking globally In the Global Urban Competitiveness Report 2021, Shenzhen’s economic competitiveness ranked 7th in the world. Shenzhen has 169 national-level “Little Giant” enterprises, ranking 4th among Chinese cities….. In which the city is a great place to live Shenzhen has fantastic transport links and is one of the best connected cities in the east. It has the world’s fourth busiest port, which is a major part of its economic success, while expats living in Shenzhen can fly to most domestic cities from Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport.
Attractions to Shenzhen Modern architecture at its boldest With sleek skyscrapers stretching to the sky, bold museums, and a monumental library and exhibition center, the city is a space for visionaries to experiment. It’s no surprise then that Shenzhen earned the status of UNESCO City of Design. Shenzhen, which borders Hong Kong, is often referred to as China’s ‘Instant City’. Municipal leaders from around the world come to see the glossy urban environment of high rise offices and apartment buildings, chaotic yet ordered traffic, automated payments, data management built on environmental sensors, and other innovations built in one unified ecosystem. Shenzhen is a city of astounding growth and smart technologies. Through careful planning, inclusion of innovative technologies like artificial intelligence, the internet of things and the attraction of new partners to the growing technological environment, the city has doubled its population in the last 20 years. The founders of Tencent and Alibaba – Ma Huateng and Jack Ma – graduated from Shenzhen University. But that doesn’t mean only top-to-bottom strategic planning is key to a successful smart city. All players in the social and economic ecosystem must work together, developing and investing in new technologies, improving internet infrastructure as Huawei and Tencent do by sharing the hardware and software market, watching for shifting preferences of city dwellers and using big data to respond to these changes. Shenzhen’s application of new technologies in urban infrastructure and operations is more advanced than its neighbouring city of Hong Kong. The city that was built in close proximity has overtaken it as a leading example of a smart city.
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