Nanshan District, Shenzhen
Nanshan District (the lower left, highlighted in green) in Shenzhen
|Country||People's Republic of China|
|• Total||182 km2 (70 sq mi)|
|• Density||7,500/km2 (19,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+8 (China Standard)|
|- Total||CNY 460.150 billion (US$68.17 billion)|
|- per capita||CNY 339,269 (US$50,249)|
Nanshan District (simplified Chinese: 南山区; traditional Chinese: 南山區; pinyin: Nánshān Qū ;Cantonese Jyutping: Naam4 Saan1 Keoi1) is one of the nine districts comprising Shenzhen. It encompasses the southwest area of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, with a population of 1.08 million. In 2013, the district of Nanshan's local GDP output exceeded 320 billion RMB. The region has an established tourism industry and is home to several sightseeing locations.
It is known for being the home of Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park, which comprises some of China's largest technology companies and the establishments of well-known international companies, as well as being one of the nation's richest districts.
- 1 Geography
- 2 History
- 3 Demographics
- 4 Administrative divisions
- 5 Transportation
- 6 Economy
- 7 Education
- 8 Gallery
- 9 References
- 10 External links
Geography [ edit ]
Nanshan District has a total area of 182 km2 (70 sq mi). The area continued to increase due to large scale land reclamation, especially in Qianhai and Houhai. The district is located to the northwest of Deep Bay, east of the Pearl River entrance. Its northern boundary is Yangtaishan, which divides the district with Baoan, while it is bounded south by Inner Lingding Island and Dachan Island, though the Port of Shekou is the southernmost point on the peninsula. Nanshan is situated about a degree south of the Tropic of Cancer and has a humid subtropical climate. It sits directly north of Yuen Long district of Hong Kong. More than half of the district consist of urban areas. Mountainous areas like Tanglangshan and Yangtaishan to the north and Nanshan Park to the south are largely preserved as forests.
At 587 metres tall, Yangtaishan has the highest elevation in the district, with Tanglangshan being the second at 430 metres and third being Nanshan of height 336 metres. The district has a total coastline of 55.18 kilometres.
History [ edit ]
Nanshan was largely a rural area before being rapidly developed since the late 1970s, with the exception of a few towns and villages. Nantou, the seat of Bao'an County for almost 1700 years was located within the district.
In September 1983, Nantou district was established; it was county-level administratively. Less than a year later in August 1984 Shekou, which came to be known as Shekou subdistrict today, split off as a separate district from Nanshan. In September 1990 the two districts combined to form the present Nanshan District.
Nanshan experienced large sums of migrants from other parts of the country. Much of the original towns in the district had either been demolished to make way for developments or became what are to be known as urban villages.
Demographics [ edit ]
As of the end of 2011, Nanshan district has a total resident population of 1,087,936 and a census-registered population of 0.5492 million. The vast majority of the population are concentrated in the southern half of the district.
Administrative divisions [ edit ]
Nanshan District is organized into the following subdistricts.
|Name||Chinese||Hanyu Pinyin||Canton Romanization||Population (2010)||Area (km2)|
|Nantou Subdistrict||南头街道||Nántóu Jiēdào||nam4 teo4 gai1 dou6||163,237||16.80|
|Nanshan Subdistrict||南山街道||Nánshān Jiēdào||nam4 san1 gai1 dou6||152,312||23.90|
|Shahe Subdistrict||沙河街道||Shāhé Jiēdào||sa1 ho4 gai1 dou6||121,350||22.32|
|Xili Subdistrict||西丽街道||Xīlì Jiēdào||sei1 lei6 gai1 dou6||187,832||49.16|
|Shekou Subdistrict||蛇口街道||Shékǒu Jiēdào||sé4 heo2 gai1 dou6||87,304||12.29|
|Zhaoshang Subdistrict||招商街道||Zhāoshāng Jiēdào||jiu1 sêng1 gai1 dou6||79,650||18.36|
|Yuehai Subdistrict||粤海街道||Yuèhǎi Jiēdào||yud6 hoi2 gai1 dou6||157,807||14.40|
|Taoyuan Subdistrict||桃源街道||Táoyuán Jiēdào||tou4 yun4 gai1 dou6||138,853||40.00|
Transportation [ edit ]
Shenzhen Metro [ edit ]
Nanshan is currently served by six metro lines operated by Shenzhen Metro:
- Line 1 - OCT, Window of the World , Baishizhou, Hi-Tech Park, Shenzhen University, Taoyuan, Daxin, Liyumen, Qianhaiwan
- Line 2 - Chiwan , Shekou Port, Sea World, Shuiwan, Dongjiaotou, Wanxia, Haiyue, Dengliang, Houhai , Keyuan, Hongshuwan, Window of the World , Qiaocheng North
- Line 5 - Chiwan , Liwan, Railway Park, Mawan, Qianwan Park, Qianwan , Guiwan, Qianhaiwan , Liuxiandong, Xili , University Town, Tanglang, Changlingpi
- Line 7 - Xili Lake, Xili , Chaguang, Zhuguang, Longjing, Taoyuancun, Shenyun
- Line 9 - Qianwan , Menghai, Litchi Orchards, Nanyou West, Nanyou, Nanshan Book Mall, Shenzhen University South, Yuehaimen, High-Tech South, Hongshuwan South , Shenwan, Shenzhen Bay Park
- Line 11 - Qianhaiwan , Nanshan, Houhai , Hongshuwan South
Railway Stations [ edit ]
Container Ports [ edit ]
Access of neighbouring cities and regions [ edit ]
Cross boundary coaches to and from Hong Kong are also available at Shenzhen Bay Port. The port it located geographically at Shekou hence all coach will travel along the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Corridor to get to Hong Kong.
Economy [ edit ]
Tencent, ZTE, China Resources Beverage (CR Beverage), amongst others, have their headquarters in Hi-Tech Park (科技园), Nanshan. The South China office of CR Beverage is in on the 10th floor of the Min Tai Building (闽泰大厦) in the district. China Nepstar has its headquarters in the Xinnengyuan Building (新能源大厦 / 新能源大廈) on Nanhai Road, Nanshan District.
Free Trade Zones [ edit ]
Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone is a large masterplanned commercial free trade zone comprising 14 km2 (5.4 sq mi) of reclaimed land under construction in Qianhai, Nanshan. Upon scheduled completion in 2020, special policies including lower taxation rates would be implemented in the new district.
Shekou is another free trade zone, redeveloping from a former industrial zone.
Education [ edit ]
Universities [ edit ]
Eight of Shenzhen's eleven full-time universities are located in Nanshan:
- Shenzhen University
- Shenzhen Polytechnic
- Shenzhen University City
- Southern University of Science and Technology
- Financial College of Nankai University
- Shenzhen Virtual University Park 
Primary schools [ edit ]
- Nanshan Foreign Languages School 南山外國語學校/南山外国语学校
- Nanshan Primary School 南山小學/南山小学
- Nanshan Experimental Primary School 南山實驗小學/南山实验小学
- Nanyuan Primary School 南園小學/南园小学
- OCT Primary School 華僑城小學/华侨城小学
- Qianhai Primary School 前海小學/前海小学
- Tanglang Primary School 塘朗小學/塘朗小学
- Xiangnan Primary School 向南小學/向南小学
- Yueliangwan Primary School 月亮灣小學/月亮湾小学
- Shenzhen Dalton Xinhua School 深圳道尔顿新华公学
Secondary schools [ edit ]
The Chinese word Zhongxue 中学, rendered in English as "middle school," may refer to either schools with grade 7-9 lower secondary levels and/or grade 10-12 upper secondary levels. Dr. Elisabeth P. Montgomery, Senior Advisor on Internationalization for the Nanshan District Education Bureau, is the first foreigner to hold such a position in China. She helped design education curricula for Nanshan grades 1-12 and is one of three designers of Shenzhen YuCai High School, International Department. Additionally, she is Foreign Vice Principal at the South China University of Science and Technology (SUSTECH) Education Group, International Advisor in China and Latin America, and public school Inspector. 
- Shenzhen Nanshan Foreign Languages school 深圳南山外國語學校/深圳南山外国语学校
- Shenzhen Yucai School 深圳育才學校/深圳育才学校
- Shenzhen Experimental School 深圳實驗學校高中部/深圳实验学校高中部
- Lixiang Middle School 荔香中學/荔香中学
- Nantou Middle School 南頭中學/南头中学
- OCT Middle School 華僑城中學/华侨城中学
- Shekou School, merged from Shekou Middle School 蛇口中學/蛇口中学
- Shenzhen Nanshan Bilingual School, Cambridge International Centre, (CIC), Middle School
International and private schools [ edit ]
There are four Anglophone international high schools and private high schools in Nanshan, these high schools all offer British, University of Cambridge International A-Level or North American style curricula, with English as the main language of instruction.
- The International School of Nanshan Shenzhen
- Shenzhen Nanshan Chinese International College (formerly Nanshan Bilingual School/Baishizhou Bilingual School)
- Shekou International School
- QSI International School of Shekou.
International K-12 schools include:
- KIS Korean International School of Shenzhen (Korean section and English elementary section)
International 1-9 schools include:
Supplementary schools [ edit ]
Shenzhen Saturday School (深・(ｼﾝｾﾝ)補習授業校, Shinsen Hoshū Jugyō Kō), a Japanese weekend school, has its office on the 8th floor of the Jinsanjiao Building (金三角大厦) in Baishizhou. Previously it was based in the Ming Wah International Convention Centre (明华国际会议中心) in Shekou.
In addition, the Shenzhen Korean Chamber of Commerce and Industry organizes a Korean Saturday school because many Korean students are not studying in Korean-medium schools; the school had about 600 students in 2007. The chamber uses rented space in the OCT Primary School as the Korean weekend school's classroom.
Gallery [ edit ]
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- Nanshan District Local Government Website (in Chinese)