Greater Bay Area achievements on display in Hi-Tech Zone Updated: September 22, 2022
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One hundred billboards showcasing the innovative outcomes of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area in 2022 are being displayed at Zhongshan Park in the Zhuhai National Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone (Tangjiawan) through Sept 25.

Pictures, postcards, multimedia displays and online exhibitions are showcasing the prosperous development of the Greater Bay Area. The Zhuhai billboards mainly focus on Tangjiawan's efforts to build a promise land for young Hong Kong and Macao citizens to start businesses. Furthermore, talent attraction for Sanxi Technology & Innovation Town in Xiangzhou is also highlighted. 


People check out the billboards on display at Zhongshan Park [Photo by Zheng Zhenhua / Guanhai App]

Young talents from Hong Kong and Macao now have access to a high-quality, innovative, and entrepreneurial environment thanks to ongoing efforts of Tangjiawan. The Hi-Tech Zone is currently the location of 383 innovation and entrepreneurship businesses founded by Hong Kong and Macao talents, and the zone has provided various types of subsidies totaling 5.32 million yuan ($755,689) for apartment rentals, internships, and business operations. 

Elsewhere in Shangchong area, Sanxi Technology & Innovation Town is one of the two main development platforms in Xiangzhou District. It has prioritized the development of the photonics, 5G+ intelligent manufacturing, and digital economy sectors.

The town plans to invest more than 10 billion yuan ($1.4 billion) throughout the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-25) to fully upgrade its supporting facilities, transportation networks, and ecological environment, and meet talents' demands for quality education for children, higher living standards, and better housing. 

Postcards of nine Guangdong cities in the Greater Bay Area, including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan and Dongguan, are distributed to visitors during the exhibition and a QR code is available for people to scan and browse the online exhibition.