Changxing Island (Dalian)

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Changxing Island
Native name: 长兴岛
Changxing Island Bridge, Dalian, China.jpg
The island is accessed by crossing Changxing Island Bridge, beside which can be seen a suspension bridge for pedestrians
Changxing Island (Dalian) is located in Liaoning
Changxing Island (Dalian)
Geography
Location Bohai Sea
Coordinates 39°34′51″N 121°23′15″E / 39.58083°N 121.38750°E / 39.58083; 121.38750Coordinates: 39°34′51″N 121°23′15″E / 39.58083°N 121.38750°E / 39.58083; 121.38750
Area 252.5 km2 (97.5 sq mi)
Area rank 7 (China)
Country
Province Liaoning
Division Dalian
City Wafangdian
Demographics
Population 60,000

About this sound Changxing Island  (simplified Chinese: 长兴岛; traditional Chinese: 長興島; pinyin: Chángxīng Dǎo) is a major island located in the eastern part of Bohai Sea, off the coast of Wafangdian, Dalian, Liaoning, China.

General[edit]

Changxing Island is located in the eastern part of Bohai Sea, off the coast of Wafangdian, Dalian, Liaoning, China. It is the sixth largest island in China (including Taiwan) and the largest island north of the Chang River. Its area is 252.5 square kilometers (30 kilometers from east to west and 11 kilometers from north to south) and its population, 60,000.

Traditionally based on fishing and agriculture, its economy suddenly changing to distribution, industrial and resort development.

Dalian Changxing Island Seaport Industrial Area[edit]

This industrial area consists of Changxing, Jiaoliu and three other islands, a total area of 350 square kilometers. It was made a Provincial Economic Development Zone by the Liaoning provincial government in January, 2002, and later in 2006, was made part of the "Five Points, One Line" industrial zone development plan. Its management committee was established by the Dalian municipal government in May, 2005.

There are already the following projects:

  • Connection by a bridge to the mainland
  • International golf course (Dalian Changxing Island Golf Resort, Japan)
  • Lime stone mining (Nittetsu Mining, Japan)
  • Large seaport
  • Large shipbuilding (STX Corporation, Korea)
  • Oxygen plant (Taiyo Nippon Sanso, Japan)
  • Petrochemical complex
  • Wind power station

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