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Guangming New District

Guangming
光明新区
New District
Honghuashan Park
Honghuashan Park
Guangming (highlighted in teal) in Shenzhen
Guangming (highlighted in teal) in Shenzhen
Country China
Province Guangdong
Prefecture Shenzhen
Area
 • Total 79 km2 (31 sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Area code(s) 0755
Website http://www.szgm.gov.cn/
Guangming New District
Simplified Chinese 光明新区
Traditional Chinese 光明新區
Canton Romanization guong1 ming4 sen1 kêu1
Hanyu Pinyin Guāngmíng Xīn Qū
Alternative Chinese name
Chinese 光明
Canton Romanization guong1 ming4
Hanyu Pinyin Guāngmíng

New Guangming District (simplified Chinese: 光明新区; traditional Chinese: 光明新區; pinyin: Guāngmíng Qū), one of seven districts in the city of Shenzhen, is situated between the neighboring city of Dongguan and Shenzhen's Bao'an District. Created in 2007, it is the city's newest district, and features new ecological technology developments.[1]

Subdistricts

  • Gongming 公明街道
  • Guangming 光明街道

Guangming is very close to Gongming. You can get there on the 325 bus, which is ideal.

References

  1. ^ "深圳市国土资源和房产管理局". Szfdc.gov.cn. Retrieved 2008-12-01. 

External links

  • Guangming Government Online
  • Introduction of Guangming New District


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