China To Move Capital To Xinyang? – Business Insider

Xinyang is a city in China’s central Henan province, located on the river Huai. A 2010 census reported a little over 6 million inhabitants, which may sound like a lot but is pretty paltry compared

Are the Chinese Longing for a New Capital? – The Atlantic

However, for China, such a move is unlikely to be taken as lightly as in the New World. Historically, a capital move signified great upheaval and potential dynastic transition in China.

Rumor Says China Will Move Capital From Beijing In 2016

Feb 15, 2013 · Xinyang is a city in China’s central Henan province, located on the river Huai. A 2010 census reported a little over 6 million inhabitants, which may sound like a lot but is pretty paltry compared to the 20 million people who live in Beijing.

New capital for China- eChinacities Answers | echinacities

Read this rumor that China is looking for a new capital and the possible location is Xinyang. Rumor or truth to the story? The truth I can see is Beijing is getting worse with the air quality, traffic, transport and it is really easier just to move than fix.

Why China should move the capital | China Dialogue

Moving China’s Capital elsewhere will bring similar disaster to the new location. It is possible that Beijing will become a world rubbish dump in about 100 years, though it …

Xinyang 2018: Best of Xinyang, China Tourism – TripAdvisor

Xinyang, China (TripAdvisor China, Sep 2013) Hotels (127) 239 Reviews; Vacation Rentals; Capital Airport 566.3 miles from Xinyang . NAY. Nanyuan Airport 566 miles from Xinyang . Search flights Try moving the map or changing your filters. Only show hotels with confirmed availability {providername}

Could Serious Smog Problems See China Moving Its Capital

In the push for economic growth, the China is also becoming increasingly aware of what could potentially develop into a serious problem if steps are not taken soon. In this connection, there has been heated debate on the Internet suggesting that Chinese authorities are proposing moving the capital …

The solution to Beijing’s problems: move the capital to

Theoretically, the relocation of the capital to the southern part of the country is the best option. This is too daunting a task to be considered quickly, for both political and strategic reasons.