Shanghai

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Shanghai
上海
—  Municipality  —
上海市 · Munisipalidad ning Shanghai
Padurut king wanan, manibat babo (clockwise from top): Metung a bista ning Pudong skyline; Yu Garden, China Pavilion patulid king Expo Axis, deng karatulang neon king Nanjing Road, ampo ing Bund
Padurut king wanan, manibat babo (clockwise from top): Metung a bista ning Pudong skyline; Yu Garden, China Pavilion patulid king Expo Axis, deng karatulang neon king Nanjing Road, ampo ing Bund
Lokasyun ning Munisipalidad ning Shanghai king Tsina
Lokasyun ning Munisipalidad ning Shanghai king Tsina
Coordinates: Template:CountryAbbr2 31°12′N 121°30′E
Bangsa Maldang Republika ning Tsina
Settled 5th–7th century
Incorporated
 - Town

751
 - County 1292
 - Municipality 7 Julio 1927
Divisions
 - County-level
 - Township-
level

16 districts, 1 county
210 towns and subdistricts
Gubiernu
 - Pinduan Municipality
 - CPC Ctte Secretary Han Zheng
 - Mayor Yang Xiong
Lualas [1][2]
 - Munisipalidad 2,448.1 sq mi (6,340.5 km2)
 - Danum 269.1 sq mi (697 km2)
Katas/kabilian [3] 13 ft (4 m)
Populasiun (2010)[4]
 - Munisipalidad 23,019,148
 - Populasiun Pangasiksik 9,402.9/sq mi (3,630.5/km2)
Time zone China standard time (UTC+8)
Postal code 200000–202100
Area code(s) 21
GDP[5] 2011
 - Total CNY1.92 trillion
US$297 billion (11th)
 - Per capita CNY82,560
US$12,784 (2nd)
 - Growth 8.2%
HDI (2008) 0.908 (1st) – very high
Licence plate prefixes 沪A, B, D, E, F, G, H, J, K
沪C (outer suburbs)
City flower Yulan magnolia
Website www.shanghai.gov.cn
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Ing Shanghai ing pekamaragul a lakanbalen o syudad/ciudad king populasyun king Maldang Republika ning Tsina (PRC)[6][7] at ing kabalenan ning lakanbalen y ing pekamaragul agpang king populasyun king yatu (largest city proper]] by population in the world).[8] Metung ya kareng munisipalidad a katumbas o kapante ning lalawigan king Tsina, at ing kabilugan nang populasyun maygit king adwang pulu't atlung (23) milyun as of 2010.[4] Maimpluwensya ya king negosyu, kultura, pisalapyan It is a global city, with influence in commerce, culture, (finance), media, moda (fashion), teknolohiya ampong palimpatan (transport) king mabilug a yatu. Manimuna yang sentru ning pisalapyan, at ya ing manimunang daungan panglulanang-karga king yatu (busiest container port in the world).[9]

Atyu king Yangtze River Delta king Aslagang Tsina ing Shanghai, a atyu king lugal nung nu ya bubugnus king dayatmalat ing Ilug Yangtze king libutad nang dake ning bebe dayatmalat ning Tsina. Mitatagkil ya ing munisipalidad kareng lalawigan ning Jiangsu ampong Zhejiang king pangulu, mauli ampong albugan, at kalele ne king aslagan ing East China Sea.[10]

Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Land Area. Basic Facts. Shanghai Municipal Government. Retrieved on 19 July 2011.
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  6. Chan, Kam Wing (2007). "Misconceptions and Complexities in the Study of China's Cities: Definitions, Statistics, and Implications". Eurasian Geography and Economics 48 (4): 383–412. doi:10.2747/1538-7216.48.4.383. Archived from the original. You must specify the date the archive was made using the |archivedate= parameter. http://courses.washington.edu/chinageo/ChanCityDefinitionsEGE2007.pdf. Retrieved on 13 September 2011. , p. 395.
  7. What are China's largest and richest cities?. University of Southern California.
  8. Cities: largest (without surrounding suburban areas). Geohive. Retrieved on 13 September 2011.
  9. Top 50 World Container Ports.
  10. Geographic Location. Basic Facts. Shanghai Municipal Government. Retrieved on 14 September 2011.

Karagdagang babasan[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Danielson, Eric N. (2010). Discover Shanghai. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish. 
  • Danielson, Eric N. (2004). Shanghai and the Yangzi Delta. Singapore: Marshall Cavendish/Times Editions. ISBN 981–232–597–2. 
  • Elvin, Mark (1977). "Market Towns and Waterways: The County of Shanghai from 1480 to 1910," in The City in Late Imperial China, ed. by G. William Skinner. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 
  • Johnson, Linda Cooke (1995). Shanghai: From Market Town to Treaty Port. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 
  • Johnson, Linda Cooke (1993). Cities of Jiangnan in Late Imperial China. Albany: State University of New York (SUNY). ISBN 0-7914-1424-8. 
  • Horesh, Niv (2009). Shanghai's Bund and Beyond. New Haven: Yale University Press. 
  • Erh,Deke and Johnston, Tess (2007). Shanghai Art Deco. Hong Kong: Old China Hand Press. 

Suglung palwal[mag-edit | edit source]