City Focus

A New Step in Innovation

Filling the gaps in an ever-changing labour market

New Developments in Innovation

 The Role Panjin Has Played in China’s Growth

Making the Bay Great Again

China’s Greater Bay Area and what it means for European businesses

Harbin: Gateway to Russia and transport hub for northeast China

As the capital of China’s Heilongjiang province, Harbin is a key political, economic and cultural centre in Northeast China.

Zhuhai: an emerging force in South China

Located in the centre of the Pearl River Delta (PRD), Zhuhai is one of China’s four original Special Economic Zones (SEZs) established in 1980.

Shanghai: the economic nexus of China

With a population of over 25 million, Shanghai, often referred to as the ‘Paris of the east’, is the economic centre of China.

Wuxi: The birthplace of China’s modern industry

Since the Ming Dynasty, Wuxi has been an important rice and silk market and one of the main cultural centres of the south Yangtze region.

Haikou: An emerging industrial city

Haikou: An emerging industrial city Often referred to as the ‘coconut city’, Haikou is a prefecture-level city situated on the northern coast of Hainan

Dalian: China’s garden city

The biggest free trade port in Northern China, Dalian is a modernised international shipping metropolis serving as a gateway to Beijing and Tianjin.

Suzhou: Venice of the East

Known as the ‘Venice of the East’, Suzhou is considered one of the richest major cities in China.