2018/12/24 17:23:25 来源：东方网 选稿：丁怡隽
Ladies and gentlemen, Welcome to visit Shanghai Lingang Exhibition Centre!
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to Shanghai Lingang Exhibition Center. My name is XXX from Shanghai Lingang Area Development Administration. Today I am very honoured to show you around our centre and hopefully it will help you get a rough idea about Lingang and its development history since XXX years ago.
At the beginning of the 21stCentury, Shanghai Municipal Government made the decision to develop the area where we are standing into a New City called Lingang, which literally means “being close to a harbor”. In 2004, the master plan of Lingang New City was officially approved and issued by Shanghai Municipal Government. It clearly outlined the targets this urbanization project aims at and the functions this new city is going to demonstrate, that is, as part of the renewed master plan of the whole Shanghai region, Lingang New City is to be the core area to serve the realization of the city government’s initiative of making Shanghai an international shipping centre. Being close to the Yangshan Island Deep-water Port and Pudong International Airport, Lingang enjoys great advantage to develop into a well-functioning and dynamic coastal planned city as well as a satellite city of strategic importance that integrate economic and social development with high-level natural preservation. It also serves as an important industrial base for Shanghai to develop manufacturing of advanced equipment.
Lingang is 75km away from the city centre of Shanghai and before the inauguration of development,Lingang was only a vast piece of barren mu in a remote wilderness. After over a decade of development, a new city that integrates industrial and urban development has already emerged.
Lingang enjoys unique advantages not only in geographical location being close to the airport and the seaport and well-preserved natural environment but also in well-developed transport network and focused policies.
Upon 2020, Lingang will have emerged as the main functional area helping Shanghai achieve its goal of becoming an international center of global influence for scientific and technologicalinnovation as well as a modern, livable and green coastal city in which advanced manufacturing and services create synergy for economic growth and industriesdevelop with urbanization in a concerted manner.
Upon 2040, Lingang will have established itself as the main functional area for Shanghai’s initiative of making the city an international influential science and technological innovation centre in addition to its new status as a comprehensive livable and smart international node city that applies low-carbon lifestyle, immerses itself in nature and represents the future based on optimisation of Lingang’s layout as industries and the city develops.
The development of Lingang has received great support from the leadership of the central and Shanghai government. These pictures recorded those moments when leaders from the central and Shanghai government visited Lingang.
Now let’s have a look at this wall. This was what Chinese President Xi Jinping commented on the development of Lingang when he visited here on 9 August, 2007. Back then he was the Secretary of CPC Shanghai Committee. It reads “Shanghai is expected by the whole nation to become the base for revitalising China’s equipment manufacturing industries and over here in Lingang we have seen what it means by world-class Chinese production.”
Now let’s move into the hall. The first part of the exhibition is Lingang’s past as a vast mudflat.
As is mentioned earlier, being located at the southeast corner of Shanghai, Lingang was shaped by the accumulation of the mud and sands brought by the flow of the Yangtze River and hence it is a place almost reclaimed from the sea. There were no industries, business or trading activities back then and the original inhabitants here lived on the sea. They set out fishing over the sea when the sun rises and came back for rest when the sun falls. These photos just reflected on the then landscape of Lingang.
Some of you might have found that the mascot of Lingang is a whale. It actually does not come into being for no reason.
In 2002 when construction workers were digging the mudflatto make the lake, something unexpected happened. One day, a baby whale swam from the East China Sea into the Water-drop Lake which was still being built and stranded itself on the shallow waters. It was found by the construction workers and saved by them before it was sent back to the East China Sea. When going back, the whale turned back for several times as if it was saying thanks to people. From then on, Lingang seemed to have been deeply connected with this whale, and that is also why we have a giant whale-shape sculpture made of steel structure at the seaside park.
As you may know, during the Three Kingdom Period of ancient China, the mother river of Shanghai, or the Huangpu River was still not shaped. The mud and sands flowing with the Yangtze River accumulated here over this place and day after day, they became the east part of Shanghai. This is a map showing the changes of the coastline of Shanghai in which we can also learn how Shanghai gets its today’s landscape.
To better understand the landscape evolution; now let’s watch a short video showing the change of Lingang by pictures taken by satellite in different time points in the past 20 years from 1997 to 2017.
What we are going to see next is a big sandbox demonstrating the current shape of Lingang.
With tens of thousands of people, we build a city.
With millions of tons of sands, we create the land.
On the west bank of the East China Sea, a new city that integrates industrial and urban development is emerging like the rising sun, drawing the attention from the globe.
Lingang Area is located at the southeast end of Shanghai where the Yangtze River and Qiantang River converge over the Hangzhou Bay. It serves as the major functional area to implement the two of the nation’s strategies, namely, the Yangtze River Economy Belt and Marine Silk Road. Advantageous geographical location has powered Lingang for its continuous development.
The total planned area of Lingang is 315km2 with an expected population of 680,000. It is composed of functional zones of a Future International City (or the Urban Zone), Smart Manufacturing Zone (or the Heavy Equipment Industrial Zone and Fengxian Zone), Coordinated Development Zone (or the Greater Industrial Zone), a Low-carbon Smart City (or the Mixed-use Zone) as well as the Seaside Innovation City.
The Future International City is built around the Water-drop Lake as its center with one lake and three ring roads shaping its spatial structure. Currently the infrastructure and functional facilities within the major area of the City have been built. The city embraces the lake and sits by the sea, making itself a beautiful and livable city that defines what it means by a modernised coastal city and a popular place for people who truly know where an ideal place for a home and work is as well as for people who are looking forward to realisingtheir career dreams.
The Smart Manufacturing Zone (or the Heavy Equipment Industrial Zone and Fengxian Zone) serves as the core industrial area for the smart production of high-end industrial products. It is named by the nation as a base for heavy equipment manufacturing and is home to the industrial clusters of new energy equipment, key parts for large ships, whole vehicle and parts manufacturing, marine engineering and equipment, construction equipment, civil aviation equipment, remanufacturing and so on.
Fengxian Zone is home to hi-tech companies related to smart manufacturing. It aims to build itself a small town of smart manufacturing which stands as the key industry and applies in creating a smart community of low carbon lifestyle.
The Coordinated Development Zone, or the Greater Industrial Zone is currently still a vast piece of farm land yet to be developed. Relevant researches are under way to support the making of the master plan of this zone and the general aim is to make the zone into a demo zone for coordinated rural and urban development as well as an area dedicated to emerging industries of strategic importance and services to producers.
The Low-carbon Smart City (or the Mixed-use Zone) is a zone of multiple functions such as industrial development, urban life and demonstration of nature. It provides space for economic activities such as business trainings, R&D, convention and exhibition and also serves as an ideal place for corporate headquarters and vacations. It is an extension of the existing industrial space in Lingang and also an expansion of the Urban Zone.
The Seaside Innovation City which includes part of the Shanghai FTZ, Lingang Innovation City as well as the University Town serves as the core area that supports the fulfillment of Lingang’s status as the main functional zone serving the realisationof Shanghai’s initiative of making the city an international innovation centre. It is also a demo zone for new development in economic activities related to the ocean. Supported by the advantages brought by the FTZ, LingangInnovation City and the University Town, AI, ICT technologies and marine equipment manufacturing will become the key industrial focus of the this functional zone.
After over a decade of development, the industrial strength of Lingang has been consolidated continuously, leading to the creation of an industrial system that can be summarisedas a “2+3+4” system. The manufacturing in Lingang has also been evolving into the higher level of smart production. Lingang is now flying from a new starting point, shouldering the new mission of fulfilling its new status as the main functional zone for Shanghai’s innovation centre strategy.
Now let’s move on to the second part of the exhibition, Lingang Nowadays, a City integrating Industrial and Urban Development
After over ten years of development, Lingang has already transformeditself into a new world that integrates industrial development with urbanisation, making itself a place that congregate industries, a testing ground for new things, a place that gather preferential policies as well as an ideal place for homes. This board shows the general planning, historic events, the administrative system as well as the guiding regulations of Lingang.
This picture with the shape of annual rings of a tree records the development of Lingang for more than a decade.
Now let's look at the city development of Lingang. The idea of building the city originates from the establishment of the seaport, and likewise the city flourishes because of the seaport. The master plan of Lingang is designed by the Hamburg-based architecture designer, GMP, whose idea combines classic design and fashion, that is, a drop of water descends from the heaven and the layers of ripples form different urban belts with different functions. Many people would be amazed at the beauty of the Water-drop Lake when they come here for the first time. It is true that the Lake is not only beautiful but also has profound connotation. These drawings shows the original manuscript of the design.
Today’s Lingang is also a city of wisdom, ecology and humanities.
The City of Wisdom is an international vision and philosophy that focuses on promoting a high degree of integration of urban development and industrial innovation. Through smart government, smart transportation, smart communities, smart parks, and smart tourism, the city’s management is more efficient and travel is more convenient. We aim to create a model of the new type of a smart city that can be a showcase for the nation.
The city of ecology is to form the natural and ecological pattern of Lingang. Our urban green coverage rate is over 65%. Urban forest and city parks help shape a city in the forest and forest in the city.
The Sponge City Programme, the Low-carbon Demo Zone, and the Underground Pipelines integrating water, gas, and telecommunication lines together help Lingang become a live sample of a city of ecology.
Each year, Lingang has maintained a low level of pollution index PM2.5. The excellent air quality has just become a brand of Lingang. People really feel themselves refreshed when breathing here.
This screen shows the real-time air quality of Lingang. As you can see, the PM2.5 index is much lower than that of the city centre.
In Lingang, we also have a vast area of marshland which serves as the home for birds migrating north and south.
Lingang is also a city of humanities. Even though Lingang was developed from barren mudflats, it has not prevented us from creating culture from the very beginning. There are now 7 universities in Lingang, among which the China-UK Low Carbon Innovation College is a higher education institution jointly established by Shanghai Jiaotong University and University of Edinburgh. It gathers experts in the field of low carbon technologies from the world and aims to become an influential institution that educate innovative talents in low carbon and give birth to cutting-edge breakthroughs in this field.
Another important college, the China-France Institute for Arts Design and Management is a school jointly established by China Central Academy of Arts and Kedge Business School from France. Its subjects in art management, museum management, and so on will train talents in cultural industry management.
Lingang is also a city of abundant tourism resources, just to name a few, the China Maritime Museum, The Shanghai Planetarium as well as the Haichang Ocean Park and Winstar Indoor Skiing Complex. We have also established the City East Campus of Shanghai No.6 People’s Hospital to provide efficient medical service to the residents here.
These pictures show the stunning cultural events we have ever held in Lingang.
This screen shows the media coverage of Lingang, the city that appear on mass media quite often.
Now it’s time to understand the industries of Lingang.
Where we are standing is a model representing a helicopter landing platform. It symbolises the same aprons installed on the offshore drilling platforms that are made by a company in Lingang.
Next, we will have a secret host to introduce the industries in Lingang for us. Let’s see the screen.
Hello, my friends. My name is Beibei, right, you might now know who I am. I am just the baby whale which was saved by people in Lingang in 2003. Over the years, I have travelled all around the world but have been missing Lingang for long. Now, I am back. I am very pleased to introduce what Chinese President Xi said the World-class Chinese Production in Lingang.
What we are now looking at are the brands of the leading companies in Lingang. They vary from heavy equipment to cutting-edge technologies, many of which are the champions among their peers.
下面就让我来为大家一一介绍吧！Now let me present them to you.
Many of you may know C919 aircraft made by COMAC, China Commercial Aircraft Corporation. The C919 model symbolizes a milestone of China’s aviation industry, but many of you might not know that the heart of a C919 plane, or its engine is made in Lingang. Look there! This is a model of the engine made by China Aircraft Engine Company Shanghai Manufacturing Base. It is this engine that has realised the dream of the Chinese people of flying over the sky with Chinese planes. So when I am lying on the sea, I can look up into the sky to see its cool flying.
After seeing what flies in the sky, let’s see what runs super cool on the road. Yes. It’s the eRX5 SUV, the first mobile Internet connected hybrid car of its kind in the world, made by SAIC Motors. It is equipped with the world’s most advanced hybrid car system which can make the car run every 100km with only 1.6 liters of oil, and if fully fueled, it can complete a journey of 650km before a refuel. It can take you to wherever you want to be. Apart from that, the wireless system makes the car smart. Say it’s too warm, and it will turn on the air-conditioning for you. It can be connected with drones and motion cameras as well as with the third-party payment tools such as the Aliplay. How cool it is! How I wish that I can also have one to be shown to my friends.
Now follow me into the deep sea. Look, this submarine is called the Rainbow Fish, the manned detector for the deep sea environment. I, as a blue whale, belong to the group of mammals that can dive into the deepest place in the ocean around 1,500 meters under the sea. However, the Rainbow Fish can immerse much further into 11,000 meters below the sea surface. 11,000 meters under the sea! Wow! That’s somewhere that I can never reach even though I have dreamt of being there for long.
Next, I will show you the brand product made in Lingang related to energy equipment, the AP1000 nuclear plant equipment made by Shanghai Electric. It outstands from its competitors in terms of security and stability. Some component within the reaction pile is composed of more than 15,000 parts. In the field of nuclear power equipment manufacturing, Shanghai Electric is the supplier that offers the most extensive supply chain of nuclear plant equipments.
Right! That is the four treasures of Lingang I want to show you, but there are many more that represent smartly manufactured products. Now I will give the time to you to explore yourselves.
These products are all created in Lingang with Chinese technologies. Over here, they are the models of an engine dismantled from a car and how it looks like after being remanufactured.
This is the portable translator and the smart speaker called Dingdong, both made by iFLy company. In March this year, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang tried using this machine and praised its accuracy of real-time translation from Chinese into English.
This is the model of the silicon wafer made by Zing Semi-conductor Company in Lingang. Zing is one of the leading manufacturers of 12-inch big silicon wafer in the world and it supplies the integrated circuit producers with this core material or 12-inch wafer.
Silicon wafers are extracted from quartz sand, refined and deposited. Mono-crystalline silicon is then extracted from poly-silicon to be sliced into pieces and to be polished. It is really a demanding technique from the beginning to the end of the production.
Our last part of the exhibition is themed as the City of the Future. How Lingang will be looking like in the future? From this map, we can know the difference from today’s Lingang. Look, we have a few peninsular off the coast. Do they remind you of Dubai? Yes, they are now named as Future Islands. As we are moving forward, the future Lingang will surely present even more grand performance.
Last but not the least, we have a VR video to show you more on the future Lingang.
All right! That concludes our journey today. Thank you very much for visiting Lingang Exhibition Center. I wish you a pleasant stay In Lingang and have a nice day! Thank you.