Shatoujiao (simplified Chinese: 沙头角; traditional Chinese: 沙頭角) is a subdistrict of the Yantian District of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, China, located on the border of Shenzhen, Guangdong province and Hong Kong. The population is mainly composed of migrant workers from all parts of China along with a small number of Russians. Shatoujiao is a port with cargo coming into and exiting Yantian. It has a road connecting to Luohu, with regular bus services to Shenzhen's main train terminus and through connections to Guangzhou. The subdistrict lies near a highway that links to Meixian and Chaozhou while the Shenzhen railway is also part of the transport links between Hong Kong and Beijing.
In Hong Kong, the name Shatoujiao is spelled in Sha Tau Kok. In fact, both Shatoujiao and Sha Tau Kok are referring a same place. Since Cantonese is generally used for naming the places, roads and hills in Hong Kong while Putonghua (Mandarin) is used for naming the places, roads, and hills in Mainland China, the spelling of the name of such place is not the same in Hong Kong and the Mainland respectively.
- Shenzhen Shatoujiao Free Trade Zone
Established in 1987, Shenzhen Shatoujiao Free Trade Zone was one of the first free trade zones in China approved by the State Council. It is only 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) from Yantian Port. Industries encouraged in the zone include shipping, warehousing and logistics.
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- Sha Tau Kok, Hong Kong side of the same settlement divided by the leasing New Territories to Britain in 1899