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Shenzhen's private electric car charging piles going idle

Shenzhen's private electric car charging piles going idle Charging equipment for private electric cars in Shenzhen has gone idle due to the small numbers of drivers who own new energy vehicles, while the same equipment for electric buses is in short supply. Between 2009 and March this year, 6,958 new energy … Read more on WantChinaTimes

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Introducing Shenzhen's jaw-dropping new flight hub

Introducing Shenzhen's jaw-dropping new flight hub The new terminal for Bao'an airport in Shenzhen, China, stretches for 1.5 kilometres. But despite the building's enormous size (its construction required the removal of a lagoon), Studio Fuksas, the Italian architecture firm behind the €734m (£600m … Read more on Wired.co.uk

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Photos: Shenzhen's wonderfully quirky manhole covers

Photos: Shenzhen's wonderfully quirky manhole covers Photographer Pipai Zhou has tracked down these fantastic chalked manhole covers in Futian, Shenzhen, which have been transformed from sewer-caps to works of art (which happen to double as sewer caps). They're a bit goofy, but certainly help to break … Read more on Shanghaiist

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Shenzhen's Qianhai financial district

Shenzhen's Qianhai financial district Next. News: architecture firm Farrells has won a competition to masterplan two major commercial sites in the growing Qianhai special economic zone in Shenzhen, China, with plans that include a 320-metre skyscraper. Farrells to masterplan two sites in … Read more on Dezeen

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China Southern Airlines grows Shenzhen's international network

China Southern Airlines grows Shenzhen's international network China Southern Airlines has grown its international network from Shenzhen (SZX) with the addition of two new routes. On 15 January it began twice-weekly (Wednesdays and Saturdays) A320 service on the 1,730-kilometre route to Jeju (CJU) in South Korea, … Read more on anna.aero

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Despite initial glitches, Shenzhen's new air terminal may be a Delta game changer

Despite initial glitches, Shenzhen's new air terminal may be a Delta game changer A month after its new passenger terminal opened, Shenzhen Airport is ready to grab passengers from other airports in the Pearl River Delta despite a growing list of teething problems. Passengers still complain about the lack of taxis and moving … Read […]

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Fearing Listings Flood, Investors Flee Shenzhen's ChiNext

Fearing Listings Flood, Investors Flee Shenzhen's ChiNext Company delegates of ChiNext ring the bell at the listing ceremony in Shenzhen, Guangdong province October 30, 2009 on the debut of the exchange. Reuters. How badly do Chinese investors fear a potential flood of new listings? Consider Monday's … Read more on Wall Street Journal (blog)

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Shenzhen's new airport terminal puts the wonder back into flight

Shenzhen's new airport terminal puts the wonder back into flight Located just to the north of Hong Kong, Shenzhen enjoys the rare status of being a Special Economic Zone in the People's Republic of China. Holding that designation for over three decades now, the area has become a breeding ground for small electronics … Read more […]

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Shenzhen's Da Chan Bay aims to triple volumes in 3 years

Shenzhen's Da Chan Bay aims to triple volumes in 3 years According to the South China Morning Post, the company says it has already started talk with the Shenzhen government and Yantian Port on a phase-two terminal that would add four berths of at least 3.5m teu capacity to the Shenzhen west port cluster … […]

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Unconventional Architecture for Shenzhen's Skyscrapers

Unconventional Architecture for Shenzhen's Skyscrapers Share On Stumble. 49. SHARED THIS. Shenzhen Stock Exchange Headquarters. OMA has completed the anticipated Shenzhen Stock Exchange (SZSE) headquarters in a design that explores a new typology of office buildings for the city. Favorite Loading … Read more on Sourceable

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HK welcomes Shenzhen's Air quality plan

HK welcomes Shenzhen's Air quality plan Hong Kong's Environment Bureau on Monday welcomed the recently released Shenzhen Air Quality Enhancement Plan, which sets out clear air quality targets as well as air pollution prevention and control measures for Shenzhen. Released on September … Read more on People’s Daily Online

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Inside Shenzhen's New Stock Exchange Building

Inside Shenzhen's New Stock Exchange Building When the air quality is good, the mountains and towers of Hong Kong are in plain sight from the 46th-floor entertainment hall at the summit of the new Shenzhen Stock Exchange building. Designed by Rem Koolhaas' architecture firm OMA, the soaring … Read more on Wall Street Journal (blog)

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Shenzhen's KK100 Provides Social And Cultural Continuity

Shenzhen's KK100 Provides Social And Cultural Continuity KK100, designed by TFP Farrells for Shenzhen, China, is an innovative project, located on a 3.6-hectare site, which previously housed the old dwellings of Caiwuwei Village, an area known for its bad environment, insufficient transportation … Read more on eVolo

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What a five-star hotel's pool pee problems say about Shenzhen's water shortage

What a five-star hotel's pool pee problems say about Shenzhen's water shortage … When temperatures in the southern megacity of Shenzhen hover around 90 degrees this time of year, people head to outdoor swimming pools in droves. But they might want to consider a drier way to cool off. Recent tests by Shenzhen authorities found […]

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HK$146 billion hole reveals Shenzhen's illicit carry trade

HK6 billion hole reveals Shenzhen's illicit carry trade On Monday the Hong Kong government's Census and Statistics Department published trade numbers showing that in April the city imported HK$ 160 billion worth of stuff from the mainland. "Big deal", you are probably thinking. "That has got to be the world … Read more on South […]

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