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Bordering Hong Kong and Macau, Shenzhen is located in southern Guangdong province on the eastern shore of the Pearl River Delta where the rivers Zhujiang and Sanjiaozhou converge to drain into the South China Sea. Bordering Hong Kong and Macau, Shenzhen is located in southern Guangdong province on the eastern shore of the Pearl River Delta where the rivers meet the China Sea. In the 1980s Vice Premier Deng Xiaoping declared Shenzhen, meaning 'Deep Drain', a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) and developed the fishing village into a metropolitan center for foreign commercial investment.It is China's second large economic zone and also one of China's most important trade and port cities, hence, it is often referred to as the ''Bright Pearl of South China.''

A major attraction for living in the People’s Republic is to witness the dynamic changes taking place as this huge country gallops toward economic freedom. Big questions arise as the PRC closes the chapter on the Deng Xiaoping era and the power vacuum and power struggle ensues.

While visitors make Shenzhen a business and shopping destination, the SEZ has made a concerted effort to develop Shenzhen into a tourist attraction. The city's well-preserved greenery earned the "International Garden City" award in 2000.

There are 6 administrative districts in Shenzhen and they are Luohu, Futian, Nanshan, Yantian, Baoan and Longgang Districts. Sea World, Shekou (Nanshan District) Shekou.

Sea World, Shekou (Nanshan District)

Shekou is located in the Nanshan District, Shenzhen of Guangdong Province, along Shenzhen Bay in the Pearl River Estuary. Shekou (Snake’s Mouth), once a quiet fishing village and farming community, began the “great leap forward” in 1979 when the People’s Government declared Shenzhen County a special Economic Zone. along with several other areas, Shenzhen County was designated for business joint ventures with foreign partners. (Some of the other Special Economic Zones are in Zhuhai bordering Macau, Shantou in eastern Guangdong Province, and Xiamen in Fujian Province).

Shekou is divided into three areas: Shekou Industrial Zone, Chiwan Port, and Shekou Town, with China Merchants Holdings in charge of developing the Shekou Industrial Zone (SKIZ). The town is a jumble of industrial complexes, office buildings, apartments, shops, residential areas and hotels, including a beach front resort complete with a grounded cruise ship. Shekou is less congested and more laid-back than its nearest neighbors of Shenzhen, HongKong, or Guangzhou (Canton), and when compared to other cities in China, is definitely more Western and practically devoid of any outward signs of Chinese culture. Most people nod heads in agreement that this is not the “real” China.

Shekou is a quite, pleasant place to live with most of the available amenities within walking distance. One of the attractions of living in Shekou is the close proximity to Hong Kong and Shenzhen where one can enjoy the frenzied, speed-of-light pace of a big city and leave it all behind for a calmer life style.

Luohu District is located in the central part of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone and is the most busy port connected Shenzhen and Hong Kong. Luohu is the first established administrative district amongst Futian, Nanshan , Yantian, Baoan and Longgang districts. We called this area an old downtown of Shenzhen. The old government offices and shopping malls selling international brands are all located here.

Yantian district is located at the east of Shenzhen. Yantian is the location of some of Shenzhen's best-known tourist beaches, Dameisha and Xiaomeisha. Also located here is Yantian Port.Yantian port was established since 1993 and has total 9 container berths. Yantian port has become the No. 2 in China and No. 4 biggest port in the world. 

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