Analysis on the Development of the History of Chongqing in the Perspective of Western Region of China

Ying SHU

Abstract


In the old times, the city of Chongqing has been benefiting in a great deal from the ancient northwest region, which has laid the material and resource basis for Chongqing to develop and prosper, depending on the economic belt of Yangtze River Basin, since modern times, and thus making Chongqing a central city influencing the balance development of social economy and the political stability in the strategic layout of the country. And with the Development of West China and the deployment of “One Belt and One Road”, Chongqing has been playing a more important role in connecting the east and west region, supporting the economy of mid-lower reaches of Yangtze River and affecting the central west region, meanwhile, Chongqing is called upon to repay to the economic development of the west region, and to take the historical mission in cultural guiding, political stability, etc..


Keywords


West Region; Chongqing; History; Development

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References


Jin·Changqu. (2006). Chronicles of Huayang • Chronicles of Ba. In L. Liu (Annotated). Chengdu, China: Times Press.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/7203

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