The development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area has been a feature of China's national strategic plan. Comprising of nine cities in Guangdong and two special administrative regions, the Greater Bay Area also distinguishes itself from other large bay areas by housing two systems, three currencies, three legal systems, and three custom zones within one country. To leverage the comparative advantages of every Greater Bay Area city to the largest extent would be a challenge to exploit the uniqueness.
Part 1: Layout Industry Chain
The first episode combines international vision and historical trend to describe the business opportunities in the Greater Bay Area. From the aspects of mobile payment, modern transportation network, innovative technology and so on, the programme explores how to facilitate deep regional integration. This episode outlines a blueprint for the development of the Greater Bay Area.
Part 2: Living in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area
Nearly 70 million population who generate over 10 trillion Yuan GDP live in the 56,000 square kilometers area. Working and living are intermingled closely here. People clear customs to go to school, cross borders to seek elderly living and nursing, start new business in two cities, and work in cities other than their home. The second episode tells the breakthroughs that these people made, and how they pioneer a new era of opportunities.