Huizhou, located in the southeast Guangdong and northeastern part of Pearl
River Delta, with neighbors being Shenzhen and Hong Kong to the south, Dongguan
and Guangzhou to the west, is the core city in the Pearl River Delta area, bridging
the eastern and western Guangdong.
Huizhou is a modern city with convenient transportation system, including an
airport,high-speed transitions, lines of intra-city trains, and various express ways
which runacross the whole province.It only takes 1 hour to get to Shenzhen Airport,
1.5 hours to Hong Kong downtown and2.5 hours to Guangdong Airport by bus.
Huizhou Airport Huizhou High Speed Railway
Huizhou is a place where its cultural environment values harmony and
inclusiveness. As the major residents, Hakka people have been characterized as
honest and inclusive, forming a welcoming folkway that can be put as “No matter
you are anold Hakka or new Hakka, we are a family if you come to Huizhou; No
matter you are a local or a stranger, we are a family if you work in Huizhou” and
upholding a spirit of “advocating civilization and virtue, embracing the whole
world and respecting dedication and gregariousness”.
Huizhou Peasant Painting Statue of Hakka Women
Huizhou is home to abundant tourist resources, possessing natural landscapes
like mountains, lakes, rivers, seas, springs, falls, forests, streams and islands, in
which cultural landscapes are seamlessly integrated. As one of the cities with most
elegant environments, Huizhou is respectfully named as a city embodying half
mountain and half lake.
The Westlake in downtown Huizhou enjoys equal reputation as the West Lake
Renowned as The First Mountain in Lingnan Area, the Luofu Mountain is one of
the top ten Taoist mountains in China, and it is the sole National Five-A Grade
With excellent natural seashore resources, the Xunliao Bay is called as “Chinese
Economy and Industry
Huizhou is also home to National Petrochemical Industrial Base, National
Electronics and Information Industrial Base, National Audio-Visual Industrial Base
and Laser Head Production Base. There are numbers of Fortune-500 multinational
companies investing and manufacturing in Huizhou, including Samsung, Sony, LG
and Shell Petrochemicals Company Limited.
With its 2016 GDP exceeding 46 billion-USD, Huizhou is one of fastest growing
cities in China, which enjoys vigorous social and economic development, and is
ranked the fifth largest economy in Guangdong Province.
The City highly values creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. Aiming to
build Huizhou into an innovation-based city, an endeavor to breed innovative
enterprises, establish business incubators and provide a creative environment.
The city is aggressively upgrading industrial space, Huizhou proposes “2+2+N”
development strategy, aiming to further strengthen pillar industries; while
promoting the construction of new economic mainstays and cultivating several
industries, to diversify economic development.
The first “2” refers to Petroleum, Electronics and the Information Technology
The second “2” refers to Automotive, Equipment Manufacturing, and the Clean
And the “N” refers to Finance, Intelligent Production, Logistics, Smart Technology,
Modern Agriculture, and Tourism.