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•History: 3,000 years
•Population: 4.53 million
•Number of universities and colleges: 14
•Number of high schools: 33
•Number of middle schools: 153
•Number of elementary schools: 311
•Major industries: petroleum, pharmaceutical, ceramic,            chemical, manufacturing, electronic, textile, etc.
  The government is very supportive to programs in economic development and educational exchange.  

Zibo City
Shandong Province

Dongying City
Shandong Province

 •History: established in 1983
•Population: 2.04 million
•Number of universities and colleges: 4
•Number of high schools: 17
•Number of middle schools: 71
•Number of elementary schools: 113
•Major industries: petroleum, saline chemistry, papermaking, machinery, electronics, construction, building materials, foodstuff processing, pneumatic tires and rubber, textiles, and light industries. 
   ​Dongying is home to the Shengli Oilfield which after the Daqing oilfield is the second largest oilfield in China.    
•History: 1431 years
•Population: 3.78 million
•Number of universities and colleges: 3
•Number of high schools: 28
•Number of middle schools: 138
•Number of elementary schools: 314
•Major industries: agriculture, manufacture, and textile.
The city proper sits on the northern bank of the Yellow River, while its administrative area straddles both sides of its lower course before its present delta.

Binzhou City
Shandong Province

Qingdao City
Shandong Province

•History: 6000 years
•Population: 9.05 million
•Number of universities and colleges: 20
•Number of high schools: 65
•Number of middle schools: 237
•Number of elementary schools: 743
•Major industries: brewery, electronics, mineral resources, and sea resources.
   Qingdao is a city in eastern Shandong Province on the east coast of China. It is the largest city in its province.
•History: 600 years
•Population: 2.8 million
•Number of universities and colleges: 7
•Number of high schools: 17
•Number of middle schools: 85
•Number of elementary schools: 89
•Major industries: commercial port and major fishing center with some light industries, also a key production area for peanuts and fruit. 
Weihai is the easternmost prefecture-level city of the province and a major seaport.

Weihai City
Shandong Province

Tangshan City
Hebei Province

•History: 4000 years
•Population: 7.54 million
•Number of universities and colleges: 10
•Number of high schools: 328
•Number of middle schools: 467
•Number of elementary schools: 2284
•Major industries: machinery, motor vehicles, chemicals, textiles, glass, petroleum products, and cement.
Tangshan is a largely industrial prefecture-level city in northeastern Hebei province, a tourist attraction and has among the 10 largest ports in China.