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Q: What's the population density in Beijing?

I was wondering, in comparison to, say, New York, how many more people are there in Beijing in terms of population density. I mean, Beijing is super big, much bigger than NY, so it could be the population density is lower in Beijing.

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the population density is 1300 people per sqaure km and ranked 4th in China with Macau and HK taking 1st and 2nd followed by shanghai at 3rd.

 

In terms of global population density neither China or the states are in the top 10 or top 20. But Manilla takes the top as the most densely populated city in the world with 43,000 people per square km

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15752 people per square kilometre

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