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The 2016 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Achievements Fair to be held this Friday

The 2016 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Achievements Fair will open on this Friday (May 27th) at the Pazhou, Guangzhou. More than 1700 innovation and entrepreneurship programs will be displayed at this meeting.

10 most popular Chinese dishes

A list of the 10 most popular Chinese dishes was issued on Monday by a research body under the China Hotel Association.

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Another Guangzhou-US container line opened

On May 24th, a new container line form Guangzhou to the west coast of America was opened for service at the Nansha Port Phase II. This was the second line newly developed by Guangzhou this year.

The 6th Asia Networking Design Workshop presents exhibition in Redtory

On May 25th, at the opening ceremony of Design Guishan Exhibition in Redtory, students from universities around Asia were introducing their works to the audience.

[Photos] Foreign journalists interested about Chaozhou embroidery and hand-pot craft

On the morning of May 25, mainstream media from the countries along the Maritime Silk Road visited Famory Group (one of top 10 brands of bridal and evening dress) and one hand-pot factory in Chaozhou.

Captain American protecting Chinese Zongzi

Dragon Boat Festival falls on June 9th this year. Chinese traditional food, Zongzi, has come to the market.

Macao to double non-gaming revenue to 13 bln USD in 2025

Macao will increase its non-gaming revenue of tourism sector to 13 billion U.S. dollars in 2025, almost doubling the current non-gaming revenue volume.

Sichuan Week & giant panda world art exhibition tour to open in HK

Giant panda "Ying Ying" rests in Hong Kong Ocean Park in Hong Kong, south China, May 19, 2016. The Sichuan Week & giant panda world art exhibition tour will open in the park from May 20 to 29.

Media preview of jewellery and jadeite auction held in Hong Kong

The auction will be held in Hong Kong on June 12, presenting 280 rare items in total of about 220 million Hong Kong dollars (28.3 million U.S. dollars).

Tourists Sleeping Inside ATM Stall in Hong Kong Sparks Controversy

A photo showing two female tourists sleeping inside an ATM stall in Hong Kong has gone viral recently and drew debates and criticisms on the Internet.

New viral song proves ongoing relevance of Karl Marx among youth

A hip-hop song titled “Marx Is a Post-90s,” which was originally written for a television show, has gone viral across Chinese social media.

Archaeologists unearth 30 pieces of ancient Chinese Chess in SW China

Thirty pieces of Chinese Chess are recently unearthed from a tomb dating back to Northern Song Dynasty (960–1279) in Wang'an county, southwest China's Sichuan province.

Li vows fairness for big data investment for foreigners

China will create a more transparent and equal market to attract foreign investment in big data and e-commerce with streamlined administration, Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday.

Taiwan's attitude toward cross-Strait ties must be clarified: mainland spokesman

A Chinese mainland spokesperson said Wednesday that Taiwan's new leader Tsai Ing-wen must, without any equivocation, clarify her stance on cross-Strait ties.

More possible MH370 debris to be examined in Australia: Aust'n official

Three new pieces of airplane debris thought to be from Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 are set to be examined in Australia, the nation's transport minister announced on Thursday.

Aussie airlines forced to drop excessive credit card fees

Australian airlines have been given notice over excessive credit card surcharges after Australia's central bank confirmed changes to merchant rules on Thursday.

International Red Cross appeals for funds to help Sri Lanka recover from floods, landslides

IFRC in collaboration with the Sri Lanka Red Cross Society (SLRCS) on Thursday launched a 3.6 million Swiss Franc emergency appeal to help SLRCS deliver relief and recovery assistance to 40,000 people.

G7 summit kicks off amid policy divergence, protests

Leaders of the Group of Seven (G7) kicked off a summit in Japan on Thursday, but economic policy divergence among the members and protests in Okinawa against U.S. military are expected to shroud the gathering.
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Living in Guangdong
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Q:Where can I enjoy Cantonese cuisine?

A:As a province full of foodies, you can enjoy typical and various kinds of Cantonese cuisine here.

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