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Separated from Hong Kong by a fence and a waterway, it has boasted growth rates of over 25 percent since and is home of the highest number of dollar millionaires per capita in China The average income is more than 50 percent higher than that of Beijing and Shanghai and double that of the next richest cities.
Middle class make up10 percent of the population. Shenzhen also has a high crime rate and more police than anywhere in China save Beijing. The capitalism there is to unbridled and unanchored in laws, the buildings erected only five years ago are already falling down. It's the good, the bad and the ugly. Many Hong Kongers see it as a cheap imitation of Hong Kong with streets that are not as clean and building that are not nearly as impressive.
Many Chinese see it as China's most modern metropolis. It is cleaner and greener than most Chinese citiesit boasts streets lined with palms and bunyan trees and open space that occupies 44 percent of the cityand its modern buildings are exceeded only by those in Shanghai. Young women are attracted by the job opportunities.
So many young females from the countryside come to Shenzhen that the city has been nicknamed a "paradise of girls. Shenzhen is surrounded by a mile-long, barbed-wire-topped, chain-link fence. Chinese who come to the city must pass through customs and show identification cards. The fence was intended to keep economic activity within the Special Economic Zone but has had the opposite affects. Many factories, producing shoes, clothes, toys, furniture and other stuff, opened on the other side where they could attract cheap labor and ignore safety regulations.
Over time these factories have been surrounded by satellite communities. Budget Accommodation: See the Lonely Planet books. Travellerspoint Subway Map: Urban Rail. It is accessible by train from Hong Kong 1 hour and Guangdong 1 or 2 hours. Shenzhen grew from a small fishing and farming village to a city of 10 million in less than 30 years.