Shenzhen， a newly-developing country in Guangdong Province， China， was only a fishing village with about 30 000 population before the Reform and Opening up. In 1980s， Chinese government made Shenzhen the special economic zone as the experimental field of the market-oriented economy. Now， Shenzhen， with population of over 100 million， has witnessed its own radical changes.
In 2014， the per-capita GDP of Shenzhen has been 25，000 dollars， the level of some developed countries in the world. As for the comprehensive power， Shenzhen has been ranked the top among Chinese cities. Shenzhen’s unique geographic position brings both domestic and overseas entrepreneurs an ideal place to start their career.
Qipao， as an exquisite Chinese clothing， originates from China‘s Manchu Nationality. In the Qing Dynasty ， it was a loose robe specially for the royal women. In the 1920s， influenced by Western clothing， it embraced many changes， for example， narrower the cuffs and shorter the dress. These changes enabled Qipao to fully express women’s beauty. Nowadays， Qipao quite often appears on world-class fashion shows. It is usually the first choice for Chinese women as they attend social parties. Meanwhile， many Chinese brides will select it as their wedding dress. Some influential personalities even suggest making it as the national costume for Chinese women.
China's innovation is booming at an unprecedented speed. In order to catch up with the developed countries in the world in science and technology as soon as possible， China has increased dramatically in recent years.The research and development is extremely rapid. China’s universities and research institutes are actively carrying out innovative researches. These studies cover from large data to biochemistry， new energy to the robot and other high-tech fields. They also work with the park， which is a innovation commercialization. At the same time， either in products or business models， Chinese entrepreneurs are also trying to be the pioneers of innovation， aiming at adapting to consumers’ market， whichhas constantly changing and growing demand both at home and abroad.