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My New City

GREATER BAY IN CHINA

The location at where you are Going to live and work


One of the most notable of the mainland’s urbanisation initiatives is the Guangdong- Hong Kong - Macau Greater Bay Area in southern China, which covers the country’s most open and economically vibrant region. The goal is to develop a world-class urban cluster that could rival global cities also situated on bays, such as San Francisco, New York or Tokyo. Urbanisation and the creation of wealth have been signatures of mainland Chinaʼs journey of economic reform and liberalisation. Todayʼs China is home to the world’s greatest number of city dwellers. To foster new business opportunities, China has a grand strategy of developing multiple city clusters to create sizeable areas of economic strength.


WHERE IEC LOCATES- ZHONG SHAN CITY


Zhongshan City is located in the south-central part of Guangdong Province with an area of 1783.67 square kilometers and a regular population of more than 3.3 million. It borders Guangzhou and Foshan in the north, and Jiangmen and Zhuhai in the East. Famous historical and cultural city in China. The famous “Ten Scenes of Zhongshan” are Sun Yat-sen's Former Residence, Sun Wen Memorial Park, CCTV Zhongshan Shooting Base Zhongshan City, Sun Wenxi Road Cultural Tourism Pedestrian Street, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall , Zhongshan Hot Spring, Quanlin Village,Hainan Manor, Lingnan Water Town, Zimaling Park, Qifengwen Tower, Xiaoyao Valley, etc. Zhongshan is a fast-developing modern city with manufacturing in home appliances, lighting, hardware, and garments. There appears a constantUpward economic trend.


There are 624 kindergartens, 264 primary schools, 96 middle schools, 8 universities. 40,500 students study in high schools, 148,700 in middle schools, 285,900 in primary schools, and 133,300 in kindergartens. There are only 182 full-time enrolled foreign teachers working for Schools in Zhongshan with an average of 3,342 students sharing only one foreign teacher.


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