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Developing a Competitive Pearl River Delta In South China Under One Country-Two Systems

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Published by Hong Kong University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development economics,
  • Social Science,
  • Politics - Current Events,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Sociology,
  • China,
  • Public Policy - Regional Planning,
  • Sociology - Urban,
  • Urban & Regional,
  • Economic conditions,
  • Guangdong Sheng (China),
  • Pearl River Delta (China),
  • Social conditions

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAnthony Gar-On Yeh (Editor), Victor F. S. Sit (Editor), Gunaghan Chen (Editor), Yunyuan Zhou (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages567
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9160157M
    ISBN 109622097677
    ISBN 109789622097674

    and Yang Chun (One Country Two Systems Research Institute). See for example, the “Case Study Report 2: Economic Analysis Of Land And Water Crossing Transportation Between Hong Kong, Zhuhai, And Macao” forming part of the “Research Study On Transportation Links Between Hong Kong and The Western Banks of Pearl River” by the General.   Thaiiptv: Dongguan (Chinese: 东莞) is a prefecture-level city in central Guangdong province, China. An important industrial city located in the Pearl River Delta.

    The Greater Pearl River Delta The development of the Greater Pearl River Delta during the past two decades has been remarkable by any standard. It has become one of the most affluent and fastest growing regions in China and an enormously attractive market, with an average annual GDP growth rate of more than 11 percent over the past 18 years. Emerging Air Pollution Issues in Changing Pearl River Delta of South China. By Mang Lin, Iat-Neng Chan, Chuen-Yu Chan, Xue-Mei Wang and Han-Ying Dong. Submitted: October 24th Reviewed: April 22nd Published: September 26th DOI: /Cited by: 1.

    The Business Guide to South China & The Pearl River Delta is a book written by Chris Devonshire-Ellis and was first published in It is now in its fourth edition. Written to explore the integration of South China with Hong Kong, the book has been an influential publication and remains the only guide dealing with Hong Kong's role in the development of the entire Pearl River Delta. The Pearl River Delta (or PRD; Chinese: 珠三角, Zhūsānjiǎo) is in Guangdong province, is a bustling region with massive manufacturing and trade; most of it is heavily built up and densely populated. Economically and linguistically, the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau — located on opposite sides of the mouth of the Pearl — are very much part of the PRD.


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Developing a competitive Pearl River Delta in South China under one country-two systems. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Anthony G O Yeh.

The Pearl River Delta Metropolitan Region (PRD, Chinese: 珠江三角洲城市圈; pinyin: Zhūjiāng Sānjiǎozhōu Chéngshìquān) is the low-lying area surrounding the Pearl River estuary, where the Pearl River flows into the South China is one of the most densely urbanized regions in the world, and is often considered a is now the wealthiest region in South China and Government Governor of Guangdong: Ma Xingrui.

The Pearl River Delta (or PRD) is in Guangdong province, is a bustling region with massive manufacturing and trade. Economically and linguistically, the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau — located on opposite sides of the mouth of the Pearl — are very much part of the PRD.

However, they are administratively and politically quite different. Regional Integration and Governance in the Pearl River Delta Region from a Cross-border Perspective.

In Developing a Competitive Pearl River Delta in South China under One Country-two Systems, p. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, How to Cite?Cited by: 3. The Pearl River Delta and Hong Kong: An evolving cross-boundary region under “one country, two systems”. Habitat International, 30 (1), 61– CrossRef Google ScholarCited by: 2.

The Pearl River, also known by its Chinese name Zhujiang (Chu Kiang) and formerly often known as the Canton River, is an extensive river system in southern name "Pearl River" is also often used as a catch-all for the watersheds of the Xi ("West"), Bei ("North"), and Dong ("East") rivers of rivers are all considered tributaries of the Pearl River because they share a Country: China, Vietnam.

Empirical analysis of urban green development in Pearl River Delta (PRD) Profile of study area. PRD, located in the south-central of Guangdong Province, the downstream of the Pearl River, and near the South China Sea, is one of the areas in which has the highest level of economic development and strongest economic strength in by: the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea has accounted for colonial interests and its development into one of the world’s most vibrant financial and trading metropolitan : Maggi Leung.

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Turning of the Dragon Head: Changing Role of Hong Kong in the Regional Development of the Pearl River Delta. In Developing a Competitive Pearl River Delta in South China Under One Country-Two Systems, p. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, How to Cite. In book: Developing A Competitive Pearl River Delta Region in South China, Editors: A G O Yeh, V Sit, Guanghan Chen and Yunyuan Zhou Cite this publication Jiang Xu.

Download Regional Powerhouse: The Greater Pearl River Delta and the Rise of China Ebook Free. Report. [PDF] Developing a Competitive Pearl River Delta in South China Under One Country-Two Systems.

Hngh. PDF Developing a Competitive Pearl River Delta In South China Under One CountryTwo Systems Read Online. Ynbel. Situated on the southeast coast of China, Hong Kong’s strategic location on the Pearl River Delta and South China Sea has made it one of the world’s most thriving and cosmopolitan cities.

Hong Kong as we know it today was born when China’s Qing dynasty government was defeated in the First Opium War inwhen it ceded Hong Kong Island. Wu, F.L. Developing a competitive Pearl River Delta in South China under One Country-Two Systems. China J. 57, – [Google Scholar] Chan, R.C.K. Urban development strategy in an era of global competition: The case of south China.

Habitat Int. 20, – [Google Scholar]Cited by: 1. Taking the Pearl River Delta (“the PRD” hereafter) 2 and Hong Kong as a case (), this study aims to investigate the cross-boundary development between the PRD and Hong Kong during the period of – from the perspective of is helpful to assess whether and what significant changes in the nature and patterns of cross-boundary development between the two places under the OCTS Cited by: This book describes the dramatic economic and spatial transformation in China's Pearl River Delta region over the past decade.

Reforms introduced by the Chinese government since were. The book, "Regional Powerhouse: The Greater Pearl River Delta and the Rise of China" is a great resource for anyone who would like to understand the Pearl River Delta region of mainland China, but it does repeat itself a bit.

It reads as though the authors all submitted different chapters, and no one checked to see if the material by: In Developing a Competitive Pearl River Delta in South China under One Country Two Systems, edited by Anthony Yeh et al., H.K.: Hong Kong University Press, “The Changing Cross-boundary Interactions between State and Society in South China.”Chinese Political Science Review 39 (June ) Show more Show less.

The promise Pearl River Delta region holds which are special administrative regions of China under its "one country, two systems" principle. the city cluster as a whole is well balanced.

According to Dr. Fang, China’s 13th Five-Year Plan outlined several regions as the country’s major regional development engines, such as Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, Yangtze River Delta region and also One Belt One Road. But Greater Pearl River Delta, China’s long-time economic development engine in the past 20 years, is not included in.Shen, J.

State sponsored and spontaneous urbanisation in the Pearl River Delta of south China, Urban Geography Sit, V.F.S., and C. Yang Foreign-investment-induced exo-urbanisation in the Pearl River Delta, China.

Urban Studies Anthony Yeh and Jiang Xu () “Turning of the Dragon Head: Changing Role of Hong Kong in the Regional Development of the PRD,” in Anthony G. O. Yeh (ed.), Developing a Competitive PRD in South China Under One Country–Two Systems (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press), Cited by: 1.