Nanjing Skyline


Nanjing is a city in the People’s Republic of China and the capital of Jiangsu Province. Currently there are about 7.7 million people. Most (98%) are Han Chinese. Nanjing in eastern China located in the delta of the Yangtze. The delta is one of the most densely populated areas in the world for ten centuries the richest part […]

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Shenzhen Skyline


Shenzhen is a metropolis and a city prefecture in China, located on the border with Hong Kong in Guangdong province in southern China. The city is located 160 km south from the city of Canton (Guangzhou) and is part of the Pearl River Delta urban agglomeration. Fourteen million people live in one of the fastest growing cities on earth. Attractions Hotels Transportation  

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shanghai skyline


Shanghai is the largest city of China. The church is since 2005 one of the five cities in China to the status ofcentral city have. Shanghai is also the largest municipality in population in the world and is one of the largest metropolises in the world. Shanghai emerged as a village that lived on fishing […]

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong (also often spelled as Hong Kong, officially the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China) is located in Southeast Asia Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China (like Macau). The official name of the area is also Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China. The area consists of 236 islands with a total area of 1,099 km ², bordering the South China Sea. It has a population 7,055,071 (2009) people.

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The name sounds Chongqing unknown to many people in the ears, but the city since the 2010 census officially the largest city in China. With nearly 30 million inhabitants, the county town of even a comparable population in countries like Iraq or Peru, while each year a further half million people leave the countryside for […]

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