Shenzhen, a city on the South China Sea coast, is a hub on the Maritime Silk Road. It neighbors Hong Kong. Occupying an area of 1,953 square kilometers, the city has a subtropical marine climate with plenty of rain and sunshine and is rich in tropical fruit.
As a city of migrants, Shenzhen is open-minded, tolerant and innovative. It is an ideal place for domestic and international talent to start businesses. It has been voted as China’s Most Dynamic City and City Most Favored by Migrant Workers. Shenzhen was named by Forbes’ Chinese version as the most innovative city on the Chinese mainland in October 2010. According to a listing by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Shenzhen is the fourth most competitive city in China.
With the “Shenzhen Speed”, the metropolis has created world urban development miracles over the past 35 years. Its spirit for innovation and entrepreneurship, together with the deep reform, has given many starters to grow in the society which became the driving force behind its development.