In early 2014, China launched a key strategy to coordinate the development of Beijing, Tianjin, and Hebei, forming the "Jing-Jin-Ji" regional city cluster. The goal was to create a model with an improved economic structure, cleaner environment, coordinated innovation, and better public services. Over the past decade, intensified coordination within the "Jing-Jin-Ji" region has yielded remarkable results, solidifying its position as one of China's most vibrant, open, and innovative economic hubs. Looking ahead, the region remains committed to implementing regional development strategies to further bolster the nation's high-quality growth.