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Minhang District

Qibao Town Street view
Qibao Town Street view
Location in Shanghai
Location in Shanghai
Country People's Republic of China
Municipality Shanghai
 • Total 371.7 km2 (143.5 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 2,429,000
 • Density 6,500/km2 (17,000/sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Area code(s) 021
Minhang District
Simplified Chinese 闵行区
Traditional Chinese 閔行區
Postal Minhong

Minhang District, is a suburban district of Shanghai with a land area of 371.57 km2 (143.46 sq mi) and population of 2,429,000 residents as of 2010.[1]The original Minhang consist of present day Jiangchuan Road Subdistrict and the eastern strip of Wujing along the Huangpu River in 1992, the surrounding Shanghai County merged with Minhang.

It is mostly a residential district, though it is also home to some of the many factories and production facilities in Shanghai. Residential housing development is the main source of local government revenue. Qizhong Forest Sports City Arena is located in Ma Qiao Town. The Aerospace Museum is being constructed at Pujiang Town.

Shanghai Jiaotong University and East China Normal University both have campuses in the southern part of Minhang District.


  • Administrative divisions 1
  • Economy 2
  • Education 3
  • Transportation 4
    • Metro 4.1
  • References 5
  • Further reading 6
  • External links 7

Administrative divisions

Minhang administers 3 subdistricts and 9 towns.

Of particular note is Qibao, a tourist attraction in the northern part of the district, and Maqiao, which hosted the Shanghai ATP Masters Tennis Tournament and is the site of the Neolithic Ruins of Maqiao. The town of Hongqiao also overlaps with Hongqiao Subdistrict in Changning District, and is the location of Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, the city's older commercial airport and which is used primarily for domestic flights.

Name Chinese (S) Hanyu Pinyin Shanghainese Romanization Population (2010)[2]
Jiangchuan Road Subdistrict 江川路街道 Jiāngchuān lù Jiēdào kaon tseu lu ka do 185,991
Gumei Road Subdistrict 古美街道 Gǔměi Jiēdào ku mhe ka do 149,141
Xinhong Subdistrict 新虹街道 Xīnhóng Jiēdào sin ron ka do 65,256
Pujing Subdistrict 浦锦街道 Pǔjǐn Zhèn phu cin ka do 292,750
Pujiang Town 浦江镇 Pǔjiāng Zhèn phu kaon tzen
Xinzhuang Town 莘庄镇 Xīnzhuāng Zhèn sen tzaon tzen 277,934
Qibao Town 七宝镇 Qībǎo Zhèn tsiq po tzen 283,352
Zhuanqiao Town 颛桥镇 Zhuānqiáo Zhèn tzeu djio tzen 189,604
Huacao Town 华漕镇 Huácáo Zhèn rau dzo tzen 193,777
Hongqiao Town 虹桥镇 hóngqiáo Zhèn ron djio tzen 165,877
Meilong Town 梅陇镇 Méilǒng Zhèn me lon tzen 344,434
Wujing Town 吴泾镇 Wújīng Zhèn wu cin tzen 121,164
Maqiao Town 马桥镇 Mǎqiáo Zhèn mau djio tzen 103,989
Xinzhuang Industrial Zone 莘庄工业区 Xīnzhuāng Gōngyèqū sen tzaon kon gniq chiu 56,103


The fast food chain Yonghe King has its headquarters in Minhang District.[3] Want Want China, the milk manufacturer, has its headquarters in the district.[4]


International schools include:



Minhang is currently served by six metro lines operated by Shanghai Metro:


  1. ^ Shanghai 2010 Population & Density by District & County (Qu & Xian) | Demographia Observations Archived February 21, 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^
  3. ^ "联系我们." Yonghe King. Retrieved on September 19, 2013. "永和大王总公司 地址:上海市合川路3051号莱茵虹桥中心B栋4楼" Archived February 13, 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "Contact material." Want Want China. Retrieved on April 11, 2014. "Want Want China Holdings Limited(Shanghai Headquarter) Add:No.1088,East Hong Song Road, Shanghai, PRC" - Simplified Chinese: "中国旺旺控股有限公司(上海总部) 地址:上海市红松东路 1088 号" - Traditional Chinese: " 中國旺旺控股有限公司(上海總部) 地址:上海市紅松東路1088號 郵編: 201103 " Archived April 13, 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  5. ^ Home page. Shanghai American School. Retrieved on February 19, 2014. "Puxi Campus 258 Jinfeng Road Huacao Town, Minhang Dist. Shanghai, China 201107 6221-1445" and "Pudong Campus Shanghai Links Executive Community 1600 Lingbai Road Sanjiagang, Pudong Shanghai, China 201201 6221-1445" Archived April 24, 2010 at the Wayback Machine
  6. ^ "Shanghai Japanese School HongQiao Campus." Shanghai Japanese School. Retrieved on February 18, 2014. "上海日本人学校 虹橋校�〒201103 上海市閔行区虹梅路3185号" Archived March 3, 2014 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ "Contact." Shanghai Rego International School. Retrieved on February 26, 2014. "159 DiannanRoad, Minhang 201100 Shanghai" Archived August 12, 2013 at the Wayback Machine
  8. ^ "Contact Us" (Archive). Shanghai Singapore International School. Retrieved on July 31, 2013. "MinHang Campus (Preschool / Primary / Secondary/ High School) 301, Zhu Jian Road, MinHang District, Shanghai PRC 201106"
  9. ^ Free bikes solve commuters’ problems, Minhang Times, 25 April 2009
  10. ^ Free rental bikes missing, SCMP, 22 Feb 2013 Archived March 22, 2013 at the Wayback Machine

Further reading

External links

  • Minhang District Government Website
  • Minhang District Government Website (simplified Chinese)
  • Shanghai Daily's Minhang Information Website
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