About Tianjin

About Tianjin

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Tianjin, also known as “Jin”, literally means “a port for the Emperor”, with the name first being adopted in the second year of the Yongle Reign during the Ming Dynasty (in 1404).

~One of the four municipalities directly under the Central Government of China, well-known for being safe and lower cost.
~120 km away or 30 minutes by inter-city express train from Beijing, Capital of China.

~GDP ranked Top 5 in the Mainland China.



~Tianjin Port
Tianjin Port, which by cargo throughput is within the global top 5 bussiest ports, is the highest-level artificial deep-water port in the world. It has established shipping and trade relations with over 600 ports from 180 countries or regions worldwide.



~Tianjin Binhai New Area
Tianjin Binhai New Area is a national new area and a comprehensive reform pilot area. It is regarded as the opening up gateway of northern China, a high level modern manufacturing and R&D transformation base, a northern international shipping center and an international logistics center, as well as a livable ecological new city, known as “China’s third economic growth pole”.



~Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Integration
Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei province are located next to each other. With the same cultural origin and profound history, these three areas will integrate and develop in a coordinated way. The foundation for promoting the coordinated development of these three areas will be the comparative advantages of each area. The main focus of this national strategy is to optimize regional industrial distribution and develop urban areas.