Until the Qing Dynasty, the area now known as Daqing was a reasonably insignificant place, known only as a hunting ground due to its wetland and prairies, and consequently it remained unsettled. It grew slightly after Russia constructed the Chinese Eastern Railway through the area with a stop at Saertu. In 1904, a village called Anda was established at Daqing. It was not until 1959 that oil was discovered in the region as part of the large scale oil exploration put into motion across the Songliao Basin. Shortly before the 10th anniversary of the founding of the PRC, oil was found and the city began to morph into the Daqing we know today. In 1979 it was named Daqing, which literally means 'Great Celebration'.
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From January 3 to February 16 Daqing will host its first every Ice Festival and will be hosted in the Daqing Olympic Stadium.
The Longfeng Wetland Park in the city of Daqing is scheduled to open to the public on October 1. Tourists can visit the wetland museum, a wetland theme park, Dragon Island.
The 2013 China International Beer Festival will be coming to Daqing from July 12-26, and will be held at the Manhaway Hotel.
Daqing is a city known for its oil-based and well developed economy. In 2009, Daqing’s Sa’ertu Airport opened for public use and also introduced better, convenient travelling for locals and tourists alike. Daqing is a convenient city no matter if you are traveling by plane, train, or ...
Human Resource Overview By the end of 2006, Daqing had 150,000 professional technicians of various kinds, in the petrochemical, pharmaceutical, agricultural development, culture and education, architecture and building materials sectors. The Daqing Oilfield Company jointly runs university ...
In 2006, postal and telecommunications revenues totaled 2.24 billion RMB including 0.26 billion RMB of postal revenue, up by 5.3% and 1.98 billion RMB of telecommunications revenue, up by 12.0%. At the end of 2006, the number of local telephone users, mobile phone users and internet users totaled ...
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