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Beihai, in Cantonese called Bakhoi, is a prefecture-level city of Guangxi, China. Beihai means "north 
sea" in Chinese, meaning that the place is a seaport on the north shore of the Gulf of Tonkin. Between 
the years 2006 and 2020, Beihai is predicted to be the world's fastest growing city[1]. Beihai has a 
large shipyard and is reputed to still be a pirate harbour[citation needed]. Beihai is known within 
China as a travel destination. While Beihai does suffer from pollution as much of China does, it is 
not nearly as severe as most other parts of the country.[citation needed]



It has a fairly active nightlife also containing western style bars. The dialect spoken throughout Beihai is "Beihua" a Cantonese dialect, although Mandarin is also known, or at least understood, by most of the population (Mandarin is the official language used in government, business and education above elementary level throughout China.)

  Area: 3337 km², 957 km² urban centre Population: 145,000 (2001), 135,500 in urban centre (estimated 2006: 305,000) Municipal seat: Haicheng District Geographic coordinates: 108°50′45〃 - 109°47′28〃 East, 21°29′ - 21°55′34〃 North It governs the islands of Weizhou and Xieyang, and is north of Hainan Island. Subdivision Beihai contains three districts and one county, which are subdivided into five urban sub-districts, 23 towns, 3 townships, 87 neighborhood committees, 343 village committees. (see also Political divisions of China#Levels)



Haicheng District (Cantonese: Hoi Shing) Yinhai District (Cantonese: Ngan Hoi) Tieshangang District (Cantonese: Tit San Gang) Hepu County History After the 1876 Sino-British Treaty of Yantai, eight Western nations (UK, US, Germany, Austria-Hungary, France, Italy, Portugal, and Belgium) set up embassies, hospitals, churches, schools, and maritime customs. Today, 15 of these western buildings remain in Beihai. It officially became an international tourist spot in 1982.


  City timeline December 4, 1949: Beihai became a town of Hepu County under the Communist Party of China . January 1951: a province-administered city of Guangdong May 1951: entrusted to Guangxi March 1952: officially administered by Guangxi May 1955: Administered by Guangdong again 1956: reduced to a county-level city 1958: reduced to Beihai People's Commune of Hepu County 1959: county-class town 1964: restored to county-class city June 1965: Administered by Guangxi again October 1983: restored to prefecture-level city [edit] Demographics Beihai is dominated by Han Chinese, with a few minorities such as ethnic Zhuang. Transport The Beihai Airport has scheduled flights to major airports in China. China National Highway 209 International relations Main article: List of twin towns and sister cities in China Twin towns — Sister cities Beihai is twinned with: Suva, Fiji Gold Coast, Australia Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA Yatsushiro, Japan Miscellanea Beihai has greatest high tides at September 1, with the tides being 5 meters (16 feet). Most ports have around 2 metres of high tide; Honolulu has 0.5 meter.There is a spinning restaurant in the city.