#中國  #中華人民共和國 #China #PeoplesRepublicOfChina #4KHDR #CitywalkingTour | #WalkEast #January 2023 #February2023 |#深圳 [4K HDR] Shenzhen 2023 Tour, Walking in the City of the Future | Cool Metro Stations and Shopping Areas the World’s Most Advance City…..

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.

Walk East | Max Channel is about his walking, driving, riding running around views of China – People’s Republic of China  sharing his immersive experiences in his video hope you could have a pure view about China today, sharing  some 4K UHD videos to show pure China daily scenes for you…. BEST VIEWED ON 2160px60 with the volume up for immersive immersion..

#中國 #中華人民共和國 #China #PeoplesRepublicOfChina |#CCTV #November 2022 |#航拍中國 #航拍中国#AerialPhotographyOfChina #AerialChina | #澳门 #Macau #MacauSAR – China’s first sea airport is actually in Macau? How many Chinese miracles have been created in Macau with only 33 square kilometers?

Currently for the Month of November 2022 CCTV China Central Television has been running a yearlong in the making  Aerial view documentary of views of China with stunning drone videography documentary detail the whole lives of the Numerous Cites of China, People’s Republic of China on multiple layers recording the real face of China presently.

Contents of this issue: This is a brand new city with its speed and passion; this is an ancient city with a unique history and a unique way of life. People praise it for returning to the motherland, and jointly continue the unchanging Chinese folk customs. Over today’s Macau, we can see a world that has entered into China and a confident China that has integrated into the world

The fourth season of “Aerial China” China’s first sea airport is actually in Macau? How many Chinese miracles have been created in Macau with only 33 square kilometers?

《航拍中国》第四季 中国第一座海上机场竟在澳门?只有33平方公里的澳门究竟创造了多少中国奇迹呢? EP7 Aerial China Ⅳ【CCTV纪录】

“Aerial Photography of China” (the fourth season) shows the beautiful scenery of the land of China, evokes the nostalgic situation, and embodies the ideological and artistic conception of history and culture. It presents Beijing, Guangxi, Qinghai, Hubei, Hong Kong, Tibet, The natural ecology, cultural landscape, and economic and social development of 11 provincial-level administrative regions including Macao, Liaoning, Taiwan Province, Chongqing, and Henan show the image of China, Chinese culture, Chinese spirit, and Chinese governance in the new era, so that “Aerial Photography of China” The series of documentaries has become the first large-scale series of documentaries in the history of Chinese documentaries to cover the whole country from the air and record the real face of China at present.

《航拍中国》第四季 中国第一座海上机场竟在澳门?只有33平方公里的澳门究竟创造了多少中国奇迹呢? EP7 Aerial China Ⅳ【CCTV纪录】

本期内容: 这是一座全新的城市,有它的速度与激情;这是一座古老的城市,带着独特的历史还有别具一格的生活方式。人们赞美它回归祖国的盛举,共同延续不曾改变的华夏民俗。在今天的澳门上空,看见一个走进中国的世界和一个融入世界的自信中国…


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#中國  #中華人民共和國 #China #PeoplesRepublicOfChina #4KHDR #CitywalkingTour | #WalkEast #October2022 |#廣州 [4K HDR] Guangzhou Ultra Mega City, Guangdong Province Capital, China’s City of Flowers, A Rich Bustling City, Guangzhou Walking tour | Haixin Bridge

It’s October 2022 Beijing time during this month walking on street walking on Center of Guangzhou Ultra Mega City Guangzhou is a prefecture-level city under the jurisdiction of Guangdong Province . It is connected to Boluo and Longmen counties in Huizhou City in the east , Sanshui, Nanhai and Shunde District in Foshan City in the west, Qingyuan City in the north, Fogang County and Xinfeng County in Shaoguan City in the north, Dongguan City and Zhongshan City in the south , separated by The sea faces Hong Kong and Macau Special Administrative Regions .  As of 2021, the city has 11 districts under its jurisdiction, with a total area of ​​7,434.40 square kilometers, resident population of 18.8706 million. In 2021, Guangzhou will realize a GDP of 2,823.197 billion yuan

Guangzhou is one of the first national historical and cultural cities and the birthplace of Cantonese culture. Guangzhou is the provincial capital of Guangdong Province, a sub-provincial city, a national central city , a mega city ,  the core city of the Guangzhou metropolitan area , an important central city, an international business center and a comprehensive transportation hub in China approved by the State Council.  Guangzhou is the headquarters of China’s Southern Theater Command,  National Logistics Hub , National Comprehensive Gateway City , International Comprehensive Transportation Hub , the central city of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area , the Pan-Pearl River Delta Economic Zone and the hub city of the Belt and Road …

Guangzhou has been an important port city for China’s foreign trade for more than 2,000 years from the Qin and Han Dynasties to the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It is the starting point of China’s Maritime Silk Road. According to the “New Book of Tang Geography”, in the Tang Dynasty, this maritime “Silk Road” was called “Guangzhou Tonghai Yidao”. To the south coast, this was the longest ocean route in the world until the 16th century. By the Tang and Song Dynasties, Guangzhou had developed into a world-famous eastern port, and it was the first institution in the country to manage foreign trade affairs, Shiboshi; in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Guangzhou was a special open port, and it was a long-term port. During the time..

A buzzing metropolis that’s home to ancient temples and shimmering skyscrapers, Guangzhou is where old and new China collides. The capital of Guangdong province, the city has a rich history, making it ripe for exploration. If you’re visiting Guangzhou, here are several things you need to know about this exciting city. It’s one of China’s largest cities Behind the likes of Beijing and Shanghai, Guangzhou is one of the largest cities in China, with a population of around 14m. It’s also one of China’s nine ‘National Central Cities’. It has its own sky-piercing tower Shanghai has The Pearl. Guangzhou has Canton Tower. Once the world’s tallest building, Canton Tower stands at a dizzying 600m tall. Climb up to its observation deck for a bird’s-eye view of the city, and witness it at night in all its Technicolor glory as it illuminates the sky. It’s known as the ‘City of Flowers’Thanks to a subtropical climate, Guangzhou is blessed with flowers all year round. So many that it has earned itself the nickname, ‘City of Flowers’. Its striking blooms are celebrated annually with the Spring Festival Flower Fair, when the streets and alleyways are awash with colour….. It’s the birthplace of Cantonese cuisine Chinese cuisine has many regional styles but the most renowned is Cantonese, which came out of Guangzhou. As a trading port, the city’s cuisine has been influenced by the availability of meats and ingredients. Beef and chicken stir fries, dim sum and dishes seasoned with ginger, chilli and five-spice powder are particularly popular….

It has more restaurants than any other Chinese city.. Given its status as the birthplace of Cantonese cuisine, it’s no surprise Guangzhou has an abundance of restaurants to choose from. The Liwan and Tianhe Districts are great foodie areas to visit. It’s home to one of the world’s oldest mosques Huaisheng Mosque is China’s oldest and one of the world’s earliest mosques. Originally built over 1,300 years ago, the pagoda-style building is characterised by its striking minaret tower. It has a French-English quarter The legacy of Guanghzou’s brief 19th-century occupation by the French and British is the beautiful Shamian Island. This reclaimed sandbank is full of elegant, tree-lined boulevards, European-style buildings and quaint boutiques. It’s China’s most important port , Situated on the Pearl River, Guangzhou has a maritime heritage stretching back over 2,000 years and its vast port is China’s main transport and trading hub. It was also one of the starting points of the old Silk Road, a trading route that stretched across Asia. It’s a shopper’s paradise, From luxury labels at TaiKoo Hui and CTF Finance Centre Mall, to local souvenirs and handicrafts along Shangxiajiu Street, Guangzhou is an excellent shopping destination.

Walk East | Max Channel is about his walking, driving, riding running around views of China – People’s Republic of China  sharing his immersive experiences in his video hope you could have a pure view about China today, sharing  some 4K UHD videos to show pure China daily scenes for you…. BEST VIEWED ON 2160px60 with the volume up for immersive immersion..