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Movie Title Year Distributor Notes Rev Formats 11 1980 VCX DRO Best of VCX Classics 2 2005 VCX 1 DO Blonde 1980 VCX Facial 1 DRO of the People's Republic of China, the Bao'an County government decided to move to Shenzhen, since the city was closer to the KCR and had a larger economy than Nantou.[27] From the 1950s to the end of the 1970s, Shenzhen and the rest of Bao'an County oversaw a huge influx of refugees trying to escape to Hong Kong from the upheavals that were occurring in mainland China, and a range from 100,000[40] to 560,000[41] refugees resided in the county.
In January 1978, a Central Inspection Team sent by the State Council investigated and established the issue of creating a foreign trade port in Bao'an County.[42] In May, the investigation team wrote the "Hong Kong and Macao Economic Investigation Report" and proposed to turn Bao'an County and Zhuhai into commodity export bases. In August 1978, the Huiyang District Committee reported to the Provincial Committee on the "Report on the Request for the Change of Bao'an County to Shenzhen". On 18 October, the Standing Committee of the Guangdong Provincial Party Committee decided to change Bao'an County into Bao'an City and to turn it into a medium-level prefecture-level city with a foreign trade base. The Huiyang District Committee and the Bao'an County Committee, however, defended the change to rename Bao'an County to Shenzhen, claiming that people in the world know more about Shenzhen and its port than they know about Bao'an County.



On 23 January 1979, the Guangdong provincial administration and the district of Huiyang announced their proposal to rename Bao'an County to Shenzhen and was approved and put into effect by the State Council on March 5 of that year.[42] Also, the city would establish six districts: Luohu, Nantou, Songgang, Longhua, Longgang and Kuiyong. On 31 January 1979, the Central Committee of the Communist Party approved a plan to establish the Shekou Industrial Zone in Shenzhen with the purpose "to lead domestic, overseas, and diversified operations, industrial and commercial integration, and trading" based on the systems of that of Hong Kong and Macau.[43] The Shekou Industrial Zone project was led by Hong Kong-based China Merchants Group under Yuan Geng's leadership and was to become the first export processing industrial zone in mainland China. At the beginning of April 1979, the Standing Committee of Guangdong Province discussed and proposed to the Central Committee to set up a "trade cooperation zone" in Shenzhen, Zhuhai, and Shantou.[42] In the same month, the Central Working Conference decided on the "Regulations on Vigorously Developing Foreign Trade to Increase Foreign Exchange Income" and agreed to pilot the first special economic zones (SEZ) in Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Shantou, and Xiamen.[44] In November, Shenzhen was elevated to the status of prefecture-level city at the regional level by the Guangdong provincial administration.[33] Special Economic Zone (1980spresent) Billboards of high-rise construction in Shenzhen, 1982 In May 1980, the Central Committee designated Shenzhen as an SEZ,[27] which was promoted by then-paramount leader Deng Xiaoping and created to be an experimental ground for the practice of market capitalism within a community guided by the ideals of "socialism with Chinese characteristics".[45][46][47] On 26 August, the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPC) approved the "Regulations of the Guangdong Special Economic Zone."[48] Under these regulations, Shenzhen formulated a series of preferential policies to attract foreign investment, including business autonomy, taxation, land use, foreign exchange management, product sales, and entry and exit management. Through the processing of incoming materials, compensation trade, joint ventures, cooperative operations, sole proprietorship, and leasing, the city has attracted a large amount of foreign investment and helped popularize and enable rapid development of the SEZ concept. In March 1981, Shenzhen was promoted to a sub-provincial city.[24][27] There were plans for Shenzhen to develop its currency, but the plans were shelved due to the risk and the disagreement that a country should not be operating with two currencies.[49] To enforce law and order in the city, the Shenzhen government erected barbed wire and checkpoints between the land borders of the main sections of the SEZ and the SEZ outskirts, as well as the rest of China, in 1983, which was known as the second line (Chinese: ???).[50][51] In November 1988, Shenzhen became a separate city (?????), meaning that the city can implement policies that are different from those in the national plan, and was given the right of provincial-level economic administration. Futian CBD in the spring of 1998 from Lianhuashan Park In December 1990, under the authority of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange was established to provide a platform for centralized securities trading.[52] In February 1992, the Standing Committee of the NPC granted the government of Shenzhen the power to make local laws and regulations.[23] In 1996 and early 1997, the Shenzhen Guesthouse Hotel in Shenzhen was home to the Provisional Legislative Council and Provisional Executive Council of Hong Kong in preparation for the handover of Hong Kong in 1997.[53][54] By 2001, as a result of Shenzhen's increasing economic prospects, increasing numbers of migrants from mainland China chose to go to Shenzhen and stay there instead of trying to illegally cross into Hong Kong.[55] There were 9,000 captured border-crossers in 2000, while the same figure was 16,000 in 1991. Around the same time, Shenzhen hosted the second Senior Officials' Meeting of APEC China 2001 on 26 May 2001 in its southern manufacturing center and port.[56] In May 2008, the State Council approved the Shenzhen SEZ to promote Shenzhen's administrative management system, economic system, social field, independent innovation system and mechanism, system and mechanism for opening up and regional cooperation, and resource conservation and environmental friendliness.[57] On 1 July 2010, the State Council dissolved the "second line," and expanded the Shenzhen SEZ to include all districts, a five-fold increase over its pre-expansion size.[58] On 26 August 2010, on the 30th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen SEZ, the State Council approved the "Overall Development Plan for Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone."[59] In August 2011, the city hosted the 26th Universiade, an international multi-sport event organized for university athletes.[60] In April 2015, the Shekou Industrial Zone and the Qianhai Zone were integrated within the newly-established Guangdong Free-Trade Zone.[61] On 18 August 2019, the central government in Beijing unveiled reform plans covering economical, social, and political sectors of Shenzhen, intending to have the SEZ be a model city for others in China to follow.[62] Geography See also: List of Islands in Shenzhen Shenzhen is located within the Pearl River Delta, bordering Hong Kong to the south, Huizhou to the north and northeast, Dongguan to the north and northwest. Lingdingyang and Pearl River to the west and Mirs Bay to the east and roughly 100 kilometres (62 mi) southeast of the provincial capital of Guangzhou. As of the end of 2017, the resident population of Shenzhen was 12,528,300, of which the registered population was 4,472,200, the actual administrative population was over 20 million.[63] It makes up part of Pearl Delta River built-up area with 44,738,513 inhabitants, spread over 9 municipalities (including Macau). The city is elongated measuring 81.4 kilometers from east to west while the shortest section from north to south is 10.8 kilometers. Over 160 rivers or channels flow through Shenzhen. There are 24 reservoirs within the city limits with a total capacity of 525 million tonnes.[64] Notable rivers in Shenzhen include the Shenzhen River, Maozhou River and Longgang River.[65] Shenzhen is surrounded by many islands. Most of them fall under the territory of neighbouring areas such as Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and Huiyang District, Huizhou. But there are several islands under Shenzhen's jurisdiction, such as Nei Lingding Island, Dachan Island (Tai Shan Island), Xiaochan Island, Mazhou, Laishizhou, Zhouzai and Zhouzaitou. (See List of islands in Shenzhen) Climate Shenzhen Climate chart (explanation) J F M A M J J A S O N D 26 2013 48 2014 70 2317 154 2620 237 3024 347 3126 320 3226 354 3226 254 3125 63 2923 35 2518 27 2214 Average max. and min. temperatures in C Precipitation totals in mm Source: Shenzhen Meteorological Bureau 19812010 normals Imperial conversion Although Shenzhen is situated about a degree south of the Tropic of Cancer, due to the Siberian anticyclone it has a warm, monsoon-influenced, humid subtropical climate (Kppen Cwa). Winters are mild and relatively dry, due in part to the influence of the South China Sea, and frost is very rare; it begins dry but becomes progressively more humid and overcast. However, fog is most frequent in winter and spring, with 106 days per year reporting some fog. Early spring is the cloudiest time of year, and rainfall begins to dramatically increase in April; the rainy season lasts until late September to early October. The monsoon reaches its peak intensity in the summer months, when the city also experiences very humid, and hot, but moderated, conditions; there are only 2.4 days of 35 C (95 F)+ temperatures.[66] The region is prone to torrential rain as well, with 9.7 days that have 50 mm (1.97 in) or more of rain, and 2.2 days of at least 100 mm (3.94 in).[66] The latter portion of autumn is dry. The annual precipitation averages at around 1,970 mm (78 in), some of which is delivered in typhoons that strike from the east during summer and early autumn. Extreme temperatures have ranged from 0.2 C (32 F) on 11 February 1957 to 38.7 C (102 F) on 10 July 1980.[67] Climate data for Shenzhen (19812010) Politics Main article: Politics of Shenzhen Danghui.svg National Emblem of the People's Republic of China (2).svg National Emblem of the People's Republic of China (2).svg Charter of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) logo.svg Title Party Committee Secretary SMPC Chairman Mayor Shenzhen CPPCC Chairman Name Wang Weizhong[68] Luo Wenzhi[69] Chen Rugui[70] Dai Bei[71] Ancestral home Shuozhou, Shanxi Foshan, Guangdong Zhanjiang, Guangdong Huizhou, Guangdong Born March 1962 (age 58) August 1960 (age 59) September 1962 (age 57) August 1956 (age 63) Assumed office April 2017 January 2019 August 2017 June 2015 The politics of Shenzhen is structured in a parallel party-government system,[72] in which the Party Committee Secretary, officially termed the Communist Party of China Shenzhen Municipal Committee Secretary (currently Wang Weizhong), outranks the Mayor (currently Chen Rugui). The party's standing committee acts as the top policy formulation body, and is typically composed of 11 members. Administrative divisions Main article: List of administrative divisions of Shenzhen Shenzhen has direct jurisdiction over nine administrative Districts and one New District: Administrative divisions of Shenzhen FutianLuohuNanshanYantianBao'anLonghuaPingshanLonggangGuangmingDapeng Division code[73] Division Area in km2[74] Population 2014[75] Seat Postal code Subdivisions Subdistricts Residential communities 440300 Shenzhen 1996.78 10,779,215 Futian 518000 74 775 440303 Luohu 78.75 953,764 Huangbei Subdistrict 518000 10 115 440304 Futian 78.65 1,357,103 Shatou Subdistrict 518000 10 115 440305 Nanshan 185.49 1,135,929 Nantou Subdistrict 518000 8 105 440306 Bao'an 398.38 2,736,503 Xin'an Subdistrict 518100 10 123 440307 Longgang* 387.82 1,975,215 Longcheng Subdistrict 518100 11 111 440308 Yantian 74.63 216,527 Haishan Subdistrict 518081 4 23 440309 Longhua 175.58 1,434,593 Guanlan Subdistrict 518110 6 100 440310 Pingshan 167.00 311,557 Pingshan Subdistrict 518118 6 30 440311 Guangming 155.44 504,203 Guangming Subdistrict 518107 6 28 Dapeng 295.05 133,821 Dapeng Subdistrict 518116 3 25 Qianhai * The stats does not includes the subordinated new district. All new district are management areas; not administrative divisions registered under the Ministry of Civil Affairs. * Dapeng are subordinate to Longgang Divisions in Chinese and varieties of romanizations Special Economic Zone Border To enforce law and order in the city, the Shenzhen government erected barbed wire and checkpoints between the land borders of the main sections of the SEZ and the SEZ outskirts, as well as the rest of China, in 1983, which was known as the second line (Chinese: ???).[50][51] Initially, the border control was relatively strict, requiring non-Shenzhen citizens to obtain special permissions for entering. Over the years, border controls have gradually weakened, and permission requirement has been abandoned. On 1 July 2010, the original SEZ border control was cancelled, and the Shenzhen SEZ was expanded to the whole city.[58] The area of Shenzhen SEZ thus increased from 396 square kilometres (153 sq mi) to 1,953 square kilometres (754 sq mi).[76] Since June 2015 the existing unused border structures have been demolished and are being transformed into urban greenspaces and parks.[77][78][79] On 15 January 2018, the State Council approved the removal of the barbed wire fence set up to mark the boundary of the SEZ.[80][81] Although the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone have been extended to cover the whole of Shenzhen, colloquially Shenzhen is still said to be separated into two areas, with the original four districts comprising the SEZ before 2010 as "??" (pinyin: guan ni; lit.: 'within the border') and the rest known as "??" (pinyin: guan wi; lit.: 'outside of the border').[82] Economy Shenzhen Stock Exchange Shenzhen was the first of the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) to be established by paramount leader Deng Xiaoping.[83][84] As a SEZ, Shenzhen is given the privilege to embrace market capitalism policies under the guise of "Socialism with Chinese Characteristics," unlike other cities in Mainland China which is based on a planned economy.[85] As of 2018, Shenzhen has a nominal GDP of 2.42 trillion RMB (HK$2.87 trillion), which recently had surpassed neighboring Hong Kong's GDP of HK$2.85 trillion and Guangzhou's GDP of 2.29 trillion RMB (HK$2.68 trillion),[86][87][88] making the economic output of Shenzhen the third largest out of Chinese cities,[89] trailing behind Shanghai and Beijing.[90] In addition, Shenzhen's GDP growth between 2016 and 2017 of 8.8% surpassed that of Hong Kong and Singapore, with 3.7% and 2.5% respectively.[91] With a market capitalization of US$2.5 trillion as of 30 November 2018, the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) is the 8th largest exchange in the world.[92] Industry The corporate headquarters of Huawei is located within Shenzhen Tencent Binhai Mansion in the Nanshan District, headquarters of Tencent Shenzhen's industry is described by its Municipal Bureau of Statistics to be upheld by its four-pillar industries: high-tech, finance, logistics, and culture.[93] Shenzhen is primarily known for its high-tech industry, which has a value of 585.491 billion RMB (US$82.9 billion) in 2015, a 13% increase compared to last year.[93] Out of the nominal GDP of 1,750.299 billion RMB in 2015, the high-tech industry comprises 33.4% of this amount. Shenzhen is home to a number of prominent tech firms, such as telecommunications and electronics corporation Huawei,[94] internet giant and holding conglomerate Tencent,[95] drone-maker DJI,[96] and telecommunications company ZTE.[97] Shenzhen annually holds the China International High-tech Achievements Fair, which showcases high-tech products and provides for dialogue and investment for high-tech.[98] As a result, Shenzhen is dubbed by media outlets as "China's Silicon Valley"[99][100] or the "Silicon Valley of Hardware" for the world.[101][102] In addition to its numerous high-tech companies, Shenzhen is also home to a number of large financial institutions, such as China Merchants Bank[103] and Ping An Insurance[104] and its subsidiary Ping An Bank.[105] Since the city's establishment as a SEZ, a number of foreign banks had established offices in the city, including Citibank, HSBC, Standard Chartered, and Bank of East Asia.[106] In total, the financial industry accounts for 14.5% of the city's nominal GDP in 2015 (254.282 billion RMB), which was a 15.9% increase over the previous year.[93] By the end of 2016, the total assets of the financial industry amounted to 12.7 trillion RMB (banking industry assets were 7.85 trillion RMB, security companies assets were 1.25 trillion RMB, and insurance industry assets were 3.6 trillion RMB), making Shenzhen's financial industry the third largest in China.[107] In addition, Shenzhen is one of the world's top ten financial centers as of 2019, jumping five places to ninth place as determined by "variety of areas of competitiveness, including business environment, human capital, infrastructure, financial sector development and reputation."[108] Yantian International Container Terminals in the Yantian District, one of the container terminals of the Port of Shenzhen Addressing the logistics industry, courier SF Express and shipping company China International Marine Containers (CIMC) have their headquarters in Shenzhen.[109][110] The Port of Shenzhen, composed of Yantian International Container Terminals, Chiwan Container Terminals, Shekou Container Terminals


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