Qingdao - Qingdao, China

Venue Address: Qingdao, China
Qingdao - Qingdao, China

Qingdao - Wikipedia

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Qingdao, also known as Tsingtao in Chinese, Mandarin, or Tsingtao in Chinese, is a major city of eastern Shandong Province. In Chinese, the name of the city literally means \"azure islands\". It is located on China's Yellow Sea Coast and is a major nodal urban of the One Belt, One Road Initiative (OBOR), which connects Asia and Europe. It is the largest city in the province with the highest GDP. Qingdao is administered at the sub-provincial and county levels. Qingdao's built-up area (or metro), which includes the seven urban Districts Shinan, Shibei Huangdao Laoshan Licang Chengyang and Jimo was home to 7,172.451 people as of the 2020 census. It is located on the Shandong Peninsula, looking out at the Yellow Sea. It borders the prefecture-level cities Yantai (northeast), Weifang (west) and Rizhao (southwest).

Qingdao, a major port and naval base, is also a financial and commercial center. Electronic multinationals like Haier and Hisense call it home. The Jiaozhou Bay Bridge connects the main urban area in Qingdao to Huangdao, and straddles the Jiaozhou Bay maritime areas. The German occupation left behind a legacy of German occupation (1898-1914): the historic German-style architecture and the Tsingtao Brewery (the second largest Chinese brewery [5]).