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China Reveals Details Of ‘Greater Bay Area’ Plan To Turn Hong Kong And 10 Neighbouring Cities Into Economic Hub

A cluster of world-class cities for work, life and leisure forms the central vision of the “Greater Bay Area” finally unveiled by the Chinese government late on Monday, laying out a road map to what it hailed as the new era of opening up. Coming 40 years after the 1978 opening up of China, the State Council published a document setting out an ambitious plan to transform 11 cities around the Pearl River Delta into a thriving global centre of technology, innovation and economic vibrancy.

Read Here – South China Morning Post

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President Xi’s Bridge Over Troubled Waters

President Xi Jinping paid homage to the past when he returned to where China’s economic miracle was born and nurtured. But his eyes were firmly focused on the present and the future. With immaculate timing, his trip to Guangdong this week conjured memories and images of Deng Xiaoping’s historic 1992 ‘Southern Tour’ after he had stepped down from office.

Read Here – Asia Times

A Revived Spat Between Japan And South Korea Unsettles the United States, Says The Economist

Read Here – History Wars in Northeast Asia 

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