"Learning From Hangzhou" Exhibition

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poster for "Learning From Hangzhou" Exhibition

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The Yangtze River Delta corridor is one of the fastest developing regions in the world. Spanning from Shanghai to Ningbo and encompassing 16 cities with populations larger than 1 million people (including Shanghai, a city of 20 million at the center) the Yangtze River Delta now boasts a gross industrial output value equivalent to 21 percent of China’s total. It is a region in China that has the most investment, population, environmental pollution, and at 45% the corridor has one of the fastest urbanization rates in the world. The city of Hangzhou lies 180 kilometers southwest of Shanghai and is a major hub in the Yangtze River Delta’s geographic and economic configuration. Over the last ten years Hangzhou has tripled in size to cover 16,596 square kilometers and increased by one million for a total population of 6.29 million.

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from August 05, 2008 to September 20, 2008

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