The development of the city’s high-tech industry in automobiles and medical device manufacturing, pioneering practices in IPR protection and innovative packaging of Qianhai construction and development are once again in the spotlight of Central and local media under “Along China’s Expressways” program launched earlier this month by Central authorities to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
Under the program, reporters arrived in Shenzhen on Friday and visited carmaker BYD in Pingshan District, Nanshan Intellectual Rights Protection Center and Qianhai Comprehensive Bonded Zone.
Through 26 years of development, BYD has become a large enterprise with businesses in automobiles, electronics, new energy and rail transportation.
Nanshan District, known in China for its high-tech, has a total of 4,000 State-level high-tech enterprises. The district set up a center to handle IPR-related businesses last year.
In Qianhai, the reporters experienced Shenzhen’s rapid development by visiting the high-end consumer products center, Qianhai Comprehensive Bonded Zone and Qianhai Kerry Center, the first business project approved by Qianhai Authority after its establishment.
The program, organized by the Publicity Department of the CPC Central Committee, the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, chose 22 expressways for reporters to explore the Party’s history and report the great achievements and historic changes that have shaped people’s lives.
The journey will last until late June.