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China eyes shift in economic policy for 2018

With economic growth stabilized and a new central leadership installed following the 19th National Party Congress, China is set to map out major shifts in economic policy that could have far-reaching implications beyond 2018.

Cold weather forecast for this week

Shenzhen issued a yellow alert for cold weather that will bring temperatures down to 8 degrees Celsius from today until Thursday.


Guangzhou holds awards ceremony to recognize work of cultural protection

An awards ceremony to recognize the work of individuals and organizations in cultural heritage protection in China was held in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, on Friday.

Zhuhai Yinlong New Energy ranked among global top 500

Leading automobile manufacturer Zhuhai Yinlong New Energy placed 114th on the list of 2017 Global Top 500 New Energy Enterprises on Dec 12, moving up 31 spots from last year.

Zhuhai's Gaolan Port to host area's largest commercial center

The largest business district in Zhuhai's West Wing -- a 62,000-sq-m commercial center -- will be constructed at the Gaolan Port Economic Zone, local officials announced recently.

Zhuhai Ocean Spring brings more wonders to Jinwan District

The Zhuhai Ocean Spring Resort International Hot Spring Festival opened on Dec 15 and runs to Jan 30 with an extravaganza of Roman, Japanese, and Turkish baths along with worldwide dances and delicacies.

Hong Kong called to help build greater bay area

Premier Li Keqiang called on Hong Kong on Friday to play an active role in the Belt and Road Initiative and build the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area into a world-class bay area.

Xi underscores unswerving adherence to "one country, two systems"

President Xi Jinping on Friday reaffirmed the central government's long-term and unswerving adherence to the principle of "one country, two systems" in Hong Kong and Macao, when he met with the chief executives of the two special administrative regions (SARs).

HK ramps up role in Belt, Road

Hong Kong's participation in the Belt and Road Initiative passed a major milestone on Thursday as Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor inked an arrangement with the country's top economic planning body detailing Hong Kong-mainland cooperation under the global development plan.

Hong Kong enterprise initiates new-materials park in Zhuhai's Gaolan

Construction of the fluorine-containing new-materials plant of Zhuhai Lee & Man New Materials Co Ltd commenced at the Gaolan Port Economic Zone on Dec 7.

China has over 67 mln registered volunteers

China has over 67.2 million registered volunteers, the China Volunteer Service Federation (CVF) said at its board of directors meeting Monday.

China securities watchdog issues record fines in 2017

The China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) has issued a record 7.324 billion yuan ($1.06 billion) of fines so far this year, amid a crackdown on insider trading and market manipulation.

Railway cooperation helps boost China-Malaysia ties

Yi Dai Yi Lu, or Belt and Road Initiative, is one of the few Chinese phrases 24-year-old Mohd Syamin Bin Zainol is able to speak in Chinese after taking part in a railway workshop.

Netflix locks up China's top detective show

The Hollywood sun is shining on "Day and Night", the Chinese megahit detective web-series that's racked up a staggering 4.7 billion views over the course of its 32-pisode run this past year in China.

Next-generation GRACE satellites begin final preparations for launch

A pair of next-generation GRACE satellites, Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment Follow-On (GRACE-FO) satellites, is now at Vandenberg Air Force Base, the U.S. state of California, to begin final preparations for launch next spring, NASA has said.

Britain to contribute 50 mln USD to AIIB project preparation fund

The British government has signed an agreement with the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) to contribute 50 million U.S. dollars to the bank's project preparation special fund.

China, Britain agree to enrich "Golden Era" of bilateral relations

China is ready to work with Britain to provide new impetus to the development of "Golden Era" of Sino-British relations, said Vice Premier Ma Kai on Saturday.

Families of MH370 to sue Boeing

Some of the families of passengers who went missing on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370-the jetliner that disappeared on its way to Beijing in 2014-will go to the United States next week to file a lawsuit against aircraft maker Boeing, a lawyer involved in the case said.
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Q:Where can I enjoy Cantonese cuisine?

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