About this sound Hongkou , formerly spelled Hongkew, is a northern district of Shanghai proper, China. It has a land area of 23.48 km2 (9.07 sq mi) and a population of 69,000 as of 1953.

It is the location of the Astor House Hotel, Broadway Mansions, Lu Xun Park, and Hongkou Football Stadium.

Hongkou is home to the Shanghai International Studies University (SISU), the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, and the 1933 Old Millfun.


Formerly part of the International Concession, it was in large part reduced to rubble during the Second World war when Shanghai was occupied by the Japanese.[1] 20,000 Jewish refugees from Nazi-occupied Europe lived in an overcrowded square-mile section known to as the Shanghai Ghetto, in the Tilanqiao neighborhood of Hongkew.[2]


Hongkou is responsible for the administration of the following subdistricts.

Name Chinese (S) Hanyu Pinyin Shanghainese Romanization Population (2010)[3] Area (km2)
Ouyang Road Subdistrict 欧阳路街道 Ou yang lu jie dao oe yan lu ka do 73,328 1.67
Quyang Road Subdistrict 曲阳路街道 Qu yang lu jie dao chioq yan lu ka do 102,564 3.05
Guangzhong Road Subdistrict 广中路街道 Guangzhong lu jie dao kuaon tzon lu ka do 122,669 2.89
Jiaxing Road Subdistrict 嘉兴路街道 jia xin lu jie dao cia ka xin lu ka do 125,634 2.63
Liangcheng Xincun Subdistrict 凉城新村街道 liang cheng jie dao lian zen sin tsen ka do 98,094 3.14
North Sichuan Road Subdistrict 四川北路街道 si chuan bei lu jie dao sy tseu poq lu ka do 87,401 2.33
Tilanqiao Subdistrict 提篮桥街道 ti lan qiao jie dao tiq leh djio ka do 113,751 2.36
Jiangwanzhen Subdistrict 江湾镇街道 jiang wan jie dao kaon ue tzen ka do 129,035 4.17


Previously Lianhua Supermarket had its Shanghai office in the district.[4]


Russian Consulate School in Shanghai is a Russian overseas primary school operated by the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, located on the grounds of the Consulate-General of Russia in Shanghai in Hongkou District.[5]



Hongkou is currently served by five metro lines operated by Shanghai Metro:


  1. ^ Cosentino, Francesco. SHANGHAI FROM MODERNISM TO MODERNITY (Deluxe Edition). p. 51. ISBN 9781312985674. Retrieved 4 October 2016. 
  2. ^ James Griffiths (21 November 2013). "Shanghai's Forgotten Jewish Past". The Atlantic. 
  3. ^ shi, Guo wu yuan ren kou pu cha ban gong; council, Guo jia tong ji ju ren kou he jiu ye tong ji si bian = Tabulation on the 2010 population census of the people's republic of China by township / compiled by Population census office under the state; population, Department of; statistics, employment statistics national bureau of (2012). Zhongguo 2010 nian ren kou pu cha fen xiang, zhen, jie dao zi liao (Di 1 ban. ed.). Beijing Shi: Zhongguo tong ji chu ban she. ISBN 978-7-5037-6660-2. 
  4. ^ Lianhua 2003(?) Annual Report (Archive). Lianhua Supermarket. p. 2. "Registered Office 11th to 15th Floors 1666 Sichuan (North) Road Shanghai The PRC Place of Business in Hong Kong 26th to 27th Floors Harcourt Building 39 Gloucester Road Wanchai Hong Kong" - Traditional Chinese (Archive): "註冊辦事處 中國上海 四川北路1666號 11至15樓 香港營業地點 香港灣仔告士打道39號 夏愨大廈26至27樓"
  5. ^ "Контакты" (Archive). Russian Consulate School in Shanghai. Retrieved on April 14, 2015. "Адрес: 200080, КНР, г. Шанхай ул. Хуанпу № 20. English: 200000, PRC, Shanghai, Hong Kou Qu Districs [sic], 20 Huang Pu Lu"

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Coordinates: 31°16′13″N 121°28′48″E / 31.2703°N 121.48°E / 31.2703; 121.48

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