Kangbashi honored with the title '2020 China's Happiest City'
Updated: 2020-11-20 Print
The 2020 Happy Cities of China Forum is held on Nov 18 in Hangzhou, a city in East China’s Zhejiang province. [Photo/ Kangbashi Release]
Kangbashi district of Ordos city in North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region was recently awarded the title of "2020 China's Happiest City·Happy and Livable City."
It was announced at the 2020 Happy Cities of China Forum, held on Nov 18 in Hangzhou city in East China’s Zhejiang province.
The survey and selection of the happiest cities in China are co-sponsored by "Oriental Outlook," which is affiliated with Xinhua News Agency, and the Outlook Think Tank. It has been successfully held for 13 consecutive sessions since 2007 and is one of the most influential city survey events in China.
Approximately 1 billion people participated in the survey, and more than 1,000 media outlets have reported on the results. Roughly 70 cities have won the honor of "China's Happiest City."
The award ceremony for the winners of the “2020 China's Happiest City” honor is held in Hangzhou on Nov 18. [Photo/ Kangbashi Release]
Kangbashi district won the honor due to its outstanding achievements in constructing a happy and livable city.
Over a 20-year period, Kangbashi has overcome its disadvantageous development conditions – including a shortage of money, land and resources – and built a modern industrial system that is environmentally friendly and benefits residents.
Kangbashi has won a series of awards and honors, including "National Garden City," "National Forest City," "National Sanitary City," "National Civilized City" and "National Ecological Civilization Construction Demonstration Zone."
Ordos’ Kangbashi district is awarded the title of "2020 China's Happiest City·Happy and Livable City". [Photo/Kangbashi Release]