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Beijing, China’s ancient imperial capital, has been transformed by construction, economic growth and growing confidence into one of the globe’s great centers of commerce, diplomacy, culture and trade.
Circled by a series of ring roads, dotted with iconic and monumental architecture and crisscrossed by major arteries, Beijing represents one of the...
Shanghai, China’s historic gateway to the world, is one of the most significant urban centers in the global economy. With a population of about 24 million, it is the largest city in China and the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the world.
The combination of Shanghai’s location on the Yangtze River Delta, a large and increasingly well-off...
Suzhou, China, which is adjacent to Shanghai, combines historic charm with a 21st century economy. Because the city sits on the shores of Lake Taihu and is crisscrossed by a host of canals, it is often referred to as the Venice of China. Suzhou’s many classical gardens and water towns are major tourist destinations.
Waterways play an important...
Nestled deep in China’s interior at the foggy confluence of the Yangtze and Jialing rivers, Chongqing is a sprawling, powerful and continually expanding metropolis. Nearly 30 million people live in the vast Chongqing metropolitan area, making it one of the world’s biggest urban concentrations.
Key to China’s efforts to develop and industrialize...
Chengdu, the ancient capital of China’s Sichuan province, has evolved into a thoroughly modern city of 14 million people with a rising consumer class. Chengdu is the economic and financial center of Southwest China and one of the key gateways to the country’s interior.
Chengdu is a transportation-intensive city. It is circled by four ring roads,...
With 11 million people, Guangzhou is China’s third-largest city in population and the largest city in the Pearl River Delta, which is the world’s largest urban area in size and population and accounts for about 10 percent of China’s GDP. This booming port city, 75 miles northwest of Hong Kong, was among the earliest beneficiaries of China’s...