Local economies upgraded as new high-tech centers open2017-02-22
The Beijing Zoo clothes market, one of the biggest garment wholesale centers in North China, has been in operation since the 1980s. During its heyday, more than 80,000 people used to come to buy clothes from 13,000 stalls every day. Part of the market is now known as Baolan Financial Innovation Center and home to five financial and high-tech enterprises.
China's 'Silicon Valley' expands2017-02-22
Widely known as "China's Silicon Valley", the Zhongguancun technology hub in Beijing has been expanded into the nearby Hebei province and Tianjin in an attempt to integrate resources and talent from the three regions, as per the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei integrated development strategy.
Chongqing aims to be a pivot in effort to boost western region's development2017-02-21
As the latest addition to China's Free Trade Zone project, Chongqing will focus on policy innovation to become a pivot in the country's Go-West campaign-the national effort to develop the vast western regions, home to energy and mineral resources crucial to its future growth-according to its FTZ development blueprint.
Ice and Snow World heats up Harbin's economy2017-02-21
A total of 240,000 people visited the Ice and Snow World in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang province, during the recent Spring Festival holiday (Jan 27-Feb 2), up 20 percent on the same time last year, according to local government data.