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Duanfen

Duanfen


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The 1930s architecture of Moy's Grand Courtyard in Duanfen Town, Taishan attracts worldwide tourists, photographers and filmmakers.
The 1930s architecture of Moy's Grand Courtyard in Duanfen Town, Taishan attracts worldwide tourists, photographers and filmmakers.
Duanfen is located in Guangdong
Duanfen
Duanfen
Location in Guangdong
Coordinates: 22°03′33″N112°45′35″E / 22.05917°N 112.75972°E / 22.05917; 112.75972Coordinates: 22°03′33″N112°45′35″E / 22.05917°N 112.75972°E / 22.05917; 112.75972
Country People's Republic of China
Province Guangdong
Prefecture-level city Jiangshan
County-level city Taishan
Area
 • Total 300 km2 (100 sq mi)
Population
 • Total 60,600
 • Density 200/km2 (520/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
529200
Area code(s) 0750

Duanfen (Chinese: ; pinyin: Duānfēn; Jyutping: dyun1fan1) is a village in Taishan, in the southwest of Guangdong province, China. It is located 26 km (16 mi) south of Taicheng Subdistrict.

History [ edit ]

In 1932, returning overseas-Chinese founded a middle school in Duanfen. It was the first in Taishan.[1]

Duanfen experienced an earthquake on May 20, 1936.[1]

Geography [ edit ]

The town covers 300 km2 (120 sq mi) with 17 village committees.[2]

Demographics [ edit ]

Duanfen has a population of 60,600,[when?] while 118,000 original inhabitants live overseas.[2]

Economy [ edit ]

Much of Duanfen's economy is industrially based, with two industry zones composed of 18 foreign and 12 domestic investors. These industries comprise grain processing, chemical, electronics, and appliance manufacturing, and clothing and accessory production.[3]

Agriculture includes rice, livestock, eels, and bamboo shoots.[4]

There is an architectural tourism industry in Duanfen. Constructed by returning overseas Chinese, heritage western-style arcade buildings and courtyards include Moy's Grand Courtyard (梅家大院),[5] and Wong's Buildings (翁家楼).[6]

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