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ShenZhen

Shenzhen is located in the southern portion of the Guangdong Province, on the eastern shore of the Pearl River Delta. The municipality covers an area of 2,050 km² (790 sq. miles) including urban and rural areas, with a total population of 8,615,500, at the end of 2007. Among those, 2,123,800 had legal permanent residence. Read more »

Spring Temple
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Spring Temple

Spring Temple 
Located at 2 kilometers of north Xiayong town, built in the Qing Dynasty, Spring Temple has sweet and delicious springs on each sides. The legendary spring deserve your visit and discover.

位于霞涌镇北面2公里处之山麓,始建于清朝。寺两侧各有一股不同源流的清泉,清甜可口。雨季不涨,旱季不涸,终年不断,传说清泉玉带为观音三姐妹中的三妹妙兰下凡所带,此泉长流不息,当地人又将它称为“长生水”。

Address & Contact

Address and contact information:
Place Address (English/Pinyin): 
Huizhou Dayawan District Xiayong Qingquan Temple
惠州市惠阳区大亚湾霞涌
Place Phone: 
0752-5538777
[Shenzhen]Have a Glance at This Incredible City
Have a Glance at This Incredible City

One of the fastest growing cities in the world, Shenzhen has a population that no one agrees about. Facts vary from 10 to 15 million, though most of the population is migrant workers. The city is, however, one of the irrefutably largest manufacturing bases in the world. What’s surprising is that just 30 years ago, the locals were fishermen and farmers, not business owners and ex-pats. It all changed in 1979, when it became the country’s first Special Economic Zone. As China began opening its doors to trade with the West, the government leveraged the Shenzhen’s proximity to Hong Kong to launch a demonstration of successful government-controlled capitalism. Read more »






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