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Xi commends launch of world's largest radio telescope in China

Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to scientists, engineers and builders as the world's largest radio telescope was officially put into use in southwest China's Guizhou Province on Sunday.

Shenzhen probes expensive sale of 'pigeonhole' house

Authorities in Shenzhen City, South China's Guangdong Province, have started investigating the murky sale of a six-meter-square apartment for 880,000 yuan ($130,000), local media reported.

News

New typhoon Megi may hit east GD

According to the Guangdong Meteorological Observatory, the 17th typhoon Megi will make a landfall in coastal areas of Guangdong and Fujian on September 28, bringing a new round of rainfalls and hurricane.

Sewage plant a big boost for Maozhou River cleanup

The second phase for the Shajing water treatment plant in Bao'an was officially initiated Saturday, marking a major step in cleaning up the notoriously filthy Maozhou River.

Masterpieces grace image festival

The 2016 International Urban Image Festival (IUIF) opened in Futian District on Friday, featuring photography exhibitions, documentary screenings and seminars by renowned artists and scholars.

Retired American educator in SZ

Paul Kay, a retired educator from Southern California, United States, a PhD in Business Administration, and a Shenzhen resident for seven years, is enjoying his relaxing and colorful life in the city.

U.S. to maintain "one country, two systems" in HK: U.S. Consul General

"One country, two systems" policy is the key framework that makes Hong Kong "special" and competitive, Kurt Tong, U.S. Consul General to Hong Kong and Macau said here on Thursday.

U.S. to maintain 'one country, two systems' in HK: U.S. Consul General

"One country, two systems" policy is the key framework that makes Hong Kong "special" and competitive, Kurt Tong, U.S. Consul General to Hong Kong and Macau said on Thursday.

Qianhai 'plays key role in HK financial stability'

Qianhai should carry out much bolder innovations to support its financial development and help maintain Hong Kong's financial stability, an expert told the Qianhai Financial Forum yesterday.

Alipay expands payment services in Hong Kong

E-commerce giant Alibaba said it will launch on Oct 13 its online payment service in Hong Kong in the local currency.

Custom protection for Chinese

AIA Group Ltd, the world's second-largest life insurer by market value, will increase investment in China as it sees a long-term opportunity in the growing demand for protection from the country's swelling middle-class consumers, the insurer's top country executive said.

Full credit to the consumers

Liu Wei, 23, a student from the China University of Political Science and Law, wanted to buy a new laptop but could not afford it. The monthly allowance of 1,600 yuan ($240) from her parents was just enough to cover only the living expenses.

Chinese film market slows pace, focuses on quality

Chinese film market has experienced leapfrog development in the past decade and entered more stable phase for restructuring, experts said during a national film festival.

Typhoon Megi to make landfall in Chinese mainland

Typhoon Megi, the 17th of this year, is expected to make landfall in the coastal areas of Fujian and Guangdong provinces around Wednesday, according to the National Meteorological Center (NMC).

Russian navy holds cruise missile firing exercises in drills in Barents Sea

Warships from Russia's Northern Fleet have carried out cruise missile firing exercises during the final stage of the ongoing naval drills in the Barents Sea, Russian Northern Fleet press service head Vadim Serga said Sunday.

Floods, landslides leave 36 dead, 20 missing in Indonesia

Rescuers had discovered 36 bodies and were still looking for 22 others who are missing after floods and landslides hit West Java province in western Indonesia earlier this week, an official from the local disaster agency said on Sunday.

UN Security Council holds urgent meeting on Syria conflict with calls for truce

During an emergency Security Council meeting on Sunday called in wake of "one of the worst" weeks in Syria in nearly six years of fighting, the UN special envoy vowed to continue his role but pleaded with the panel "to enforce a cessation of hostilities (CoH) in Syria."

Australia must not 'close the door' on foreign investment: Chinese investment tycoon

The Chinese investment mogul behind the vetoed 285 million U.S. dollar bid for Australia's largest pastoral land holding said he had "given up" the dealing with Australia, urging the government not to "close the door" on foreign money.
Culture

Highlights of 2016 Art Shenzhen

The 2016 Art Shenzhen was held at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, where works from 56 art studios covering paintings, prints, sculptures and videos were exhibited.

Da’ao Fishing Village in Yangjiang

Da’ao Fishing Village, located in the southeast to Dongping Town of Yangdong County, is an ancient fishing port with a history of more than one thousand years.

Xuanwu Mountain Tourist Area in Shanwei

As an open place for religion worship of both Buddhism and Daoism, Yuanshan Temple in Xuanwu Mountain was first built in the South Song Dynasty and later enlarged in the Ming Dynasty.
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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