青 岛 市? by Terra70

Qingdao (/ˈtʃɪŋˈdaʊ/,[1] former German: Tsingtau, former official romanization: Tsingtao) is a major city in eastern Shandong Province, Eastern China. Administered at the sub-provincial level,[2] Qingdao has jurisdiction over seven districts and five county-level cities. According to the 2010 census, the built-up (or metro) area made up of 6 urban districts and Jimo City had 5,764,384 inhabitants,[3] while the total population of the sub-provincial city is up to 8.71 million.[4] Lying across the Shandong Peninsula and looking out to the Yellow Sea, it borders Yantai to the northeast, Weifang to the west and Rizhao to the southwest. Qīng (青) in Chinese means “green” or “lush”, while dǎo (岛) means “island”.
Qingdao is a major seaport, naval base, and industrial centre. The world’s longest sea bridge, the Jiaozhou Bay Bridge, links the main urban area of Qingdao with Huangdao district, straddling the Jiaozhou Bay sea areas.[5] It is also the site of the Tsingtao Brewery, the second largest brewery in China.[6]
In 2007, Qingdao was named as among China’s top ten cities by the Chinese Cities Brand Value Report, which was released at the 2007 Beijing Summit of China Cities Forum.[7] In 2009, Qingdao was named China’s most livable city by the Chinese Institute of City Competitiveness.[8][9]

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