Nanshan Shenzhen 2020 / Highlights

Lucid waters draw nationwide attention in Labor Day holiday |  Updated:2020-05-09


The CCTV news official account posts a video clip of the Dasha River episode of the ‘Virtual Tour of China’ live show on Weibo, a popular blogging platform in China. [Photo/]

The green corridor along the Dasha River in Shenzhen’s Nanshan district was featured on the CCTV live show “Virtual Tour of China” on May 5, grabbing domestic attention as an ecological landscape in a bustling urban area.

The view counts on Weibo app racked up 886,000, and cumulative online views reached 1.14 million. At the same time, the programs were broadcasted twice on CCTV that same day.

In the five-day Labor Day holiday, focus on the Dasha River continued to increase, and it became a hotspot where tourists could have fun and take photos.

The district ranked first for water quality in the city in the first quarter of 2020, according to the local ecological authority.


Nanshan district[Photo provided to]

In the last 30 years Nanshan has stuck to the strategy of green development and ecological establishment, and has always played a leading role in constructing a nation-wide ecological civilization.

In recent years, the district adopted a whole-basin water management model to gain comprehensive control of the river environment and that of nearby coastal areas.

Data show that since the water control conference in 2016, the overall quality of surface water in the district has improved markedly, with black and odorous water bodies being eliminated. Last year, water quality jumped by 30.19 percent.

In November 2019, Nanshan won a national honorary title as a Practice and Innovation Base of “Lucid waters and Lush Mountains”. It was the only winner on the list located in a highly developed city center.


Nanshan district[Photo provided to]

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