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PLP Unveils Pearl River Delta's Tallest Building as Part of New Masterplan

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The world’s largest megacity: China’s Pearl River Delta is a bustling urban destination

19 cities that will rule the world in 2025 - Pearl River Delta, China: This megacity covers much of China’s manufacturing heartland, including the cities of Shenzhen (popu... - Shutterstock

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge will provide a link between three cities in China's Pearl River Delta. This will create one mega-city of 42 million people when it is completed in 2017.

SWA participated in a competition reimagining 19-kilometers of the Guipan River waterfront in Shunde, China. While the Pearl River Delta is one of the fastest growing regions of Southern China, one of the many casualties of this growth was the delta itself. Presently, Shunde has a growing flooding problem enhanced by channelizing, condensing, and containing....

The Pearl River Delta’s Plastics Problem!..

Delta Queen paddleboat in New Orleans, Louisiana - we took a tour ride on the Mississippi River to Calumet and back one afternoon during a stay in New Orleans.

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China’s Pearl River Delta Overtakes Tokyo as World’s Largest Urban Area

Image 1 of 1 from gallery of China’s Pearl River Delta Overtakes Tokyo as World’s Largest Urban Area. Photograph by Flicker CC user NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

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Colorfull Dragon boats ~ human-powered watercrafts. Traditionally handcrafted, in the Pearl River delta region of southern China - Guangdong Province

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MOST LIKELY TO MAKE 2017 GREAT - Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge – Pearl River Delta, China. Welcome to 2017. Maybe. The Hong Kong government has pinned some high hopes on the HZMB (as the hip kids call it). The $16.7 billion, 26-mile span of concrete will connect Hong Kong to Macau (and the under-construction Hong Kong Disneyland!) and the Guangdong province, which politicians are hoping will incentivize serious investment in the sprawling but poor costal area. (04012017 )