Shenzhen City (English: Shenzhen City Pinyin: Shēnzhèn Shì). Chinese do not "city" in English referred to as Shenzhen.
Latitude and longitude
Shenzhen, located at 113 degrees east longitude 114 degrees 46 minutes to 37 hours, 27 minutes north latitude and 22 degrees to 22 degrees 52 minutes.
Peoples Republic of China (the Peoples Republic of China)
Guangdong Province (Guangdong Province)
Shenzhen under the jurisdiction of the Administrative Region 6.
SAR: Futian, Luohu, Nanshan and Yantian District; outside of the SAR are: Baoan District and Longgang District.
Party Secretary, Mr Lau Yuk-mayor Xu Zongheng.
The whole city area of 202 square kilometers. Total land area of 1952.84 square kilometers, the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone with an area of 395.81 square kilometers.
Above sea level
The city an average of 70-120 meters above sea level. Wutongshan to the highest point in Shenzhen, 943.7 meters above sea level.
8,464,300 people (in 2006). Population density of 4334 people / sq km. Household population of 1,968,300 people, non-household population of 8,000,000 people, accounting for 81.2 percent of the population in the city.
Shenzhen Beijing is the second country after the second national Juqi 56 major cities in the nation. Shenzhen City has more than 360,000 minority of the population.
Beijing (China Standard Time). UTC +8.
Telephone area code
676,541,000,000 yuan (in 2007, over the previous year growth of 14.7 percent, No. 4 Chinese cities, second only to Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou). Per capita GDP 79221 yuan (10,628 U.S. dollars. In 2007, the first Chinese city a). Shenzhen, Chinas GDP in the first inpiduals to break the citys 10,000 U.S. dollars.
City plans to separate, sub-provincial cities
Shenzhen (Shēnzhèn) and the Hong Kong linked by mountains and rivers. In a short span of 27 years, Shenzhen from a small fishing village developed into a modern city to take shape, Chinese per capita GDP ranked the first, to create the worlds urbanization, industrialization and modernization of a miracle.
Shenzhen is Chinas only port and the largest owner of urban land, sea and air ports, and China is the worlds gateway to one of the main exchanges, have strong economic support and modernization of urban infrastructure. Shenzhen, the citys comprehensive competitiveness among the first cities in the Mainland. By 2010, Shenzhen will be built into high-tech industry base in China and a regional financial center, information center, business center, transportation center and tourist destination, will become a modern international city.
Shenzhen in 2011 is about to hold the 26th World University Games.ShenZhen is the youngest city of China. Though it has a history of 7,000 years, its true development didnt start until 1980 when China start its refom and openging policy, so I believe most of of the Chinese will recognize it as the youngest city. With its vigour of youth, Shenzhen has developed at an incredible speed. In a time range of 30 years, it has changed from a nameless fish town to one of the most prosperous city in China. And Shenzhen yet, hasnt stopped its pace of growing. In summer 2011, it will hold the 26th Universiade whose magor stadium, Chunchan, has became a mew sight of the city. I firmly believe Shenzhen will be even more recognized worldwidely after this game.