CHINA Great changes of the Xiongan New Area

CHINA

Great changes of the Xiongan New Area

People's Daily app

13:00, April 01, 2019

The Xiongan New Area in North China's Hebei Province has been changing greatly since it was established two years ago. The area was established as part of measures to advance the coordinated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. 

It is a further new area of national significance after the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone and the Shanghai Pudong New Area, according to a circular issued by the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and the State Council.

As today is the two-year anniversary of the establishment of Xiongan New Area, let's take a look at the significant changes of the Xiongan New Area. 

Baita Primary School 

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The comparison of the old view and the current view of Baita Primary School in the Xiongan New Area is shown in the above fille photos. 

Baiyang Lake

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The comparison of the old view and the current view of the Baiyang Lake in the Xiongan New Area is shown in the above file photos. The second photo is taken on March 31, 2019.

Ronghe Square

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The comparison of the old view and the current view of the Ronghe Square in the Xiongan New Area is shown in the above file photos. 

Xiongan forests 

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The comparison of the old view and the current view of the forests in the Xiongan New Area is shown in the above file photos. 

Ronghe Tower

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The comparison of the old view and the current view of the Ronghe Tower in the Xiongan New Area is shown in the above file photos.

Civil Service Center

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The comparison of the old view and the current view of the Civil Service Center in the Xiongan New Area is shown in the above file photos. 

Tang River

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The comparison of the old view and the current view of the Tang River in the Xiongan New Area is shown in the above file photos. 

Pump station

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The comparison of the old view and the current view of the pump station in the Xiongan New Area is shown in the above file photos. (Photos: Xinhua)

(Compiled by Qu Qiuyan)

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