Since the establishment of the Zhuhai Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in 1980, Zhuhai has developed from a border town dominated by agriculture and fisheries to a central city in the Pearl River Delta, driven by comprehensive economic and social development.
Four decades ago, upon being designated as China's inaugural special economic zone (SEZ), Shenzhen had a mere 30,000 residents. Now that number represents one of Shenzhen's newer demographics: its permanent foreign resident population.
Guangzhou Ersha sports park recently unveiled its new look. New smart gym equipment with QR codes and power-generating functions are the highlights of the renovation.