At that time, one of China's great leader, Deng Xiao Ping, plan to test his idea of opening the China. Some of his advisor told him to start with Shanghai, one of few big cities in China. But Deng thinks that if you want to make a painting, it is better to start from the scratch than modified exsisting one. So Deng choose the small fishing village near the economic giant, Hongkong.
Start from the scratch, they draw roads, tunnels, economic area, etc. Deng send the army to build the village. It took Deng only 15 years to create new big city in China. Shenzhen is the success story for Deng's plan, then he implemented the same plan to other area in China.
It does not seem relevant for travellers.
Mention of Lonely Writers Publishing
Is in the first paragraph. Is this allowed? --MarinaK 20:31, 16 February 2009 (EST)MarinaK.
A paragraph about Shenzhen OCT company has been added several times in the "Understand" section, and I've deleted it each time. I did add a shorter mention of the company under "See"; I think that is all that is required. Other opinions?
Whoever is adding it, a much more useful thing to do would be to add some details in the listing for Happy Valley. Few travellers will have much use for a blurb on the company, but many probably want to know what Happy Valley offers, what prices are, and so on. Pashley 09:07, 24 September 2009 (EDT)
I'm not sure how to change this, but the map to Shenzhen subway is the projected map of 2011, not the current map, which only has two lines. Could someone change this?
Can't see why anybody would want to change this. The new lines will all be up before the end of 2010. Actually I notice that there is a line missing.
Full Chinese issued at LoWu border?
The article mentions this, but does not say for which nationalities or the costs involved. Is it possible for US passport holders - they cannot get the Shenzhen 5 day visa.
Link to Botanical Gardens
Some one please add this link, I could not as it said someone was already editing it. Very strange. http://www.szbg.org/html/en/ <-- English description and map.
Your suggestion of an accompanying map seems very sensible. Do you know how to put one together? I regret putting a map together is currently beyond my editing skills. —The preceding comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs)
Edits by IBAlex
I wonder if you may be kind enough please to help me understand why my edits that you reverted are vandalism?