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Tianjin - Tianjin, China

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Tianjin - Tianjin, China
Address: Tianjin, China
Tianjin - Tianjin, China

Tianjin - Tianjin, China

Tianjin - Wikipedia

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Tianjin (/tjen’dZIn/;[4] Chinese Tian Jin; pinyin Tianjin; Mandarin [thjen.tcin]) is a municipality in Northern China, on the shores of the Bohai Sea. It is one the nine central cities of Mainland China. The total population was 13,866,009 during the 2020 Chinese census. Its metropolitan area (or built-up) was home to 11165,706 people. [6]

It is one of four Chinese municipalities that is under the direct control of the central government. Tianjin is bordered by Hebei Province and Beijing Municipality. It is also bound to the east with the Bohai Gulf portion the Yellow Sea. It is part of the Bohai Economic Rim and the largest coastal city of Northern China.

Tianjin ranks fourth in China's urban population after Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou. Tianjin is fifth in Mainland China for administrative area population. [7] Tianjin's walled city was constructed in 1404. Tianjin, a treaty port, has been a major gateway to Beijing and a seaport since 1860. The Tianjin Provisional Government was based in the city during the Boxer Rebellion. Tianjin was one of the most populous cities in the region under the Qing Dynasty and Republic of China. Many European-style mansions and buildings were built in concessions at that time. Many of these are still well-preserved. Tianjin was devastated by the 1976 Tangshan earthquake and the policies of the central government after the People's Republic of China was founded. However, it recovered in the 1990s. Tianjin today is a dual-core urban center. Its main urban area, including the old town, lies along the Hai River. The Grand Canal connects the Hai River to the Yellow, Yangtze and Yangtze Rivers. Binhai, an adjacent New Area core, is located east of Tianjin, at the Bohai Gulf. Around 285 Fortune 500 companies had established bases in Binhai as of 2010. The Yujiapu Financial District in Tianjin has been called China's Manhattan since 2010 [10][11]. The city is ranked among the top 100 cities worldwide, according to the Global Financial Centres Index. The Globalization and World Cities Research Network ranks Tianjin as a Beta city (global second-tier). [13]