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    2017-July-26  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Deepest subway station

Southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality is extending a subway station to more than 94 meters underground, the equivalent of 31 floors down, which will make it China’s deepest station.

Hongtudi station, which opened on Metro Line 6 years ago, was dubbed Chongqing’s deepest station at 60 meters below ground. Now, it is being extended deeper to connect with Line 10, a new Metro line to be opened by the end of this year. Chongqing is known as a “mountain city” in China. Because of the hilly terrain and to avoid damaging air-raid shelters and pile foundation of street buildings, the station has to be built deep underground.

Cinema opens on island

More than 200 residents and soldiers on Yongxing Island watched the Chinese movie “The Eternity of Jiao Yulu” on Saturday, marking the opening of China’s southernmost cinema.

Located in Sansha, China’s newest city in the South China Sea, Sansha Yinlong Cinema offers the latest blockbusters in line with the rest of the country. The theater is equipped with advanced projection* equipment, including the latest 4-K digital projectors as well as a 3-D perforated screen for viewers to indulge in the pleasure of the big screen.

Ferry service

A ferry service between Fuyong in Shenzhen and Zhongshan will commence operation at the beginning of next month, offering eight ferry liner services daily.

Travelers from Zhongshan who are flying via the Shenzhen airport can take the 45-minute ferry to Fuyong Ferry Terminal, which is close to the airport, and save at least one hour compared to traveling by bus or car. The two terminals on the banks of the Pearl River are 21 nautical* miles apart.

Rental home market

Guangzhou will give tenants equal rights to education resources as homeowners, quashing* a former rule.

The regulation is part of a larger plan to increase the number of renters and curb high-flying property prices. In many cities across the country, property is more expensive in areas around good schools. The right to attend these schools, however, is limited to the children of homeowners, rather than tenants.(SD-Agencies)

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