Day 5 clues

Hawke's Bay Today - - LOCAL NEWS -

Q13. This area was made the largest Spe­cial Eco­nomic Zone es­tab­lished by Deng Xiaop­ing as part of the open­ing up of China, ap­proved by the 7th NPC in 1988. In 1998 a Tem­ple built here stand­ing higher than the Statue of Lib­erty. In 2007 Bei­jing Olympic Organising Com­mit­tee an­nounced a city in this prov­ince would be­come the first leg of the Bei­jing 2008 Sum­mer Olympics torch re­lay in China.

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Q14. The sec­ond big­gest city in the 2010 pop­u­la­tion cen­sus had a pop­u­la­tion of more than 3.25mil­lion. Chi­nas largest de­posits of Nickel here.

The “First and Great­est Pass Un­der Heaven” here. Read the story of how the ar­chi­tect al­lowed for one only “ex­tra” brick when the gate was built.

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Q15. In 1941 the pop­u­la­tion was 1.6 mil­lion. Its air­port en­tered op­er­a­tion in 1926. Black Christ­mas is re­mem­bered here. The tallest build­ing is 1566 feet tall. A renown “Walled City” was de­mol­ished here in 1993.

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