‘Digital Provinces Guide: Countdown to the Chinese Century' is a 900 page investment guide to the digital economy of each province, Special Administrative Region, and municipality across eleven Fourth Industrial Revolution technological sectors of AI, 5G, Blockchain, Electric/Autonomous Vehicles, Renewable Energy, Robotics, 3D Printing, Virtual/Augmented Reality, Drones, Smart Cities, and High-Speed Rail as well as the domestic Belt and Road Initiative detailing around 2,000 companies and 140 countries across 33 chapters complete with 1,000 accompanying images.
The World's First Investment Guide to the Chinese Digital Economy.
Anhui has the AI ‘Speech Valley’ with a 70% national smart device market-share.
Beijing has two million km in autonomous vehicle testing while hosting a historic 100% renewably-powered Olympics.
Chongqing will have the globally pioneering AI Cloud Valley by 2025 and is developing 800 km/h high-speed rail.
Fujian has around a 33% share of the global electric battery market through CATL.
Gansu has the global-leading 8 GW Jiuquan Wind Power Base and will develop the smart Silk Road Information Port by 2025.
Guangdong will have one million new energy vehicles by 2025 and unveil Shenzhen’s smart sustainable ‘Net City’ by 2027.
Guangxi has four million electric vehicles and a 5G VR theme park in Liuzhou while Hezhou pioneered a commercial drone ‘e-port’.
Guizhou capital, Guiyang, is China's $120 billion ‘big data valley’ helping to supply the Gui’an New Area.
Hainan will have one million electric vehicles by 2025 and achieve global Free Trade Port supremacy by 2050.
Hebei is globally pioneering the autonomous Xiong’an New Area with 100% renewable power by 2035.
Heilongjiang harnessed 1,000 UAVs over 1.6 million farmland hectares and manufactures at least 150,000 lithium batteries daily.
Henan will have 168,000 5G base stations by 2022 and 50 GW renewable capacity by 2025.
Hong Kong electric charging piles will over double to 155,000 by 2025 and facilitate carbon-neutrality by 2050.
Hubei capital Wuhan possesses the largest domestic autonomous vehicle hydrogen testing fleet.
Hunan will have 30,000 blockchain related-companies by 2022 and 400,000 electric vehicle charging piles by 2025.
Inner Mongolia had a national-leading 50 GW installed renewable capacity by April 2021.
Jiangsu has over 50,000 AI-related enterprises to rank second nationally as well as over 70,000 5G base stations.
Jiangxi will construct 300,000 electric vehicle charging piles by 2023 and Nanchang has a $7.4 billion ‘VR Town’.
Jilin developed pioneering globally-compatible 400 km/h 5G high-speed rail able to travel in -50 degree Celsius.
Liaoning will almost treble 5G base stations to 140,000 by 2025 and has a 10,000-robot annual producing Industry 4.0 smart factory.
Macau is piloting the digital yuan for its $45 billion casino industry as part of its BRI Lusophone trading and tourism hub.
Ningxia is developing the largest global PV hydrogen project and has the historic 1.54 GW Tengger Desert Solar Park.
Qinghai has around 25% of global lithium reserves while 36 GW of renewable energy includes the 2.2 GW Huanghe solar facility.
Shaanxi capital Xi’an has a 30 GWh annual electric battery facility assisting in the development of 300,000 electric vehicles yearly.
Shandong will have 500,000 electric vehicles by 2023, 600 km/h high-speed rail by 2025, and 90 GW renewable capacity by 2030.
Shanghai has already constructed 125,000 5G base stations and will construct 200,000 additional electric charging piles by 2024.
Shanxi has Asia’s biggest data centre, already over 60 GW renewable capacity, and is developing 1,000 km/h high-speed rail.
Sichuan will have 250,000 5G base stations by 2025, leads nationally for hydropower capacity, unveiled the globe’s longest 3D printed bridge, and is pioneering the Chengdu Future City.
Tianjin develops 400,000 electric vehicles annually and the Tianjin Eco-City will be 100% renewable by 2035.
Tibet will supply South Asian big data and have more than 100 GW hydropower capacity by 2025.
Xinjiang constitutes 45% of global polysilicon production and will over-double renewable capacity to 82 GW by 2025.
Yunnan will have 200,000 5G base stations by 2025 and is second for hydropower capacity.
Zhejiang will have 120,000 5G base stations by 2022 facilitating a historic smart solar-powered superhighway.