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Foreign companies say China offers rich opportunities

Foreign companies attending the ongoing Canton Fair, China's largest trade fair, said the ever-growing and more open Chinese market is not to be overlooked.

Shenzhen plans link to Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge

Shenzhen is working on a plan to build a branch road to connect with the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, which will be put into operation soon.

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Stone fair kicks off in Yunfu, highlighting trade & cultural cooperation

The 15th Yunfu International Stone Materials Sci & Tech Fair and the 9th Yunfu Stone Cultural Festival are being held from October 18th to 21st in Yunfu, a city in the west of Guangdong. The exhibition area covers 30,000 square meters and the number of visitors is expected to exceed 100,000.

Foreign companies say China offers rich opportunities

Foreign companies attending the ongoing Canton Fair, China's largest trade fair, said the ever-growing and more open Chinese market is not to be overlooked.

Over 70% of white-collar workers in Shenzhen consider job-hopping

More than 70 percent of white-collar workers in Shenzhen are unsatisfied with their salaries, which has become their major reason for switching jobs, according to a report released by recruitment platform zhaopin.com Wednesday, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported.

Evergrande has Wenger on radar

Chinese Super League giant Guangzhou Evergrande has attracted some big names to its ranks over the years, but the reigning CSL champion could be about to eclipse them all with the signing of Arsenal legend Arsene Wenger.

Macao holds int'l trade, investment fair to boost cooperation

The 23rd Macao International Trade and Investment Fair (MIF) kicked off here on Thursday, with trade promotion activities between Asian countries and Portuguese-speaking countries (PSCs), and summits, forums and roundtables.

32nd Macao int'l music festival kicks off

The 32nd Macao International Music Festival kicked off here on Friday in China's Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR), bringing a number of performances by musicians from around the world.

Tencent's WeChat to launch cross-border payment service for Hong Kong users on mainland

WeChat Pay, the mobile payment platform under internet giant Tencent, will launch in October a cross-border payment service for its Hong Kong users traveling on the Chinese mainland.

HKSAR gov't bans operation of so-called "Hong Kong National Party"

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government on Monday banned the operation of the so-called "Hong Kong National Party" which advocates "Hong Kong independence".

Mainland, HK cooperate on space telescope to search for dark matter

Scientists and space engineers from Chinese mainland and Hong Kong are working together on a space telescope to search for the mysterious dark matter in galaxy clusters about 300 million light years away.

The United States is feeding the world with "poison pills"

In July of this year, Canada renamed its Department of International Trade to the Ministry of International Trade Diversification, a move meant to promote trade with more countries, while acknowledging an over-reliance on the United States, its top trading partner.

Rereading Thomas Friedman ten years on

Ten years ago, the American commentator Thomas Friedman wrote an opinion piece for The New York Times as the Beijing Olympics was drawing to a close.

Xi urges efforts to win battle against poverty on schedule

President Xi Jinping has urged redoubled efforts to win the tough battle against poverty on schedule.

China's economic resilience provides ammunition for the trade war

On Sunday night, United States President Donald Trump claimed in a CBS "60 Minutes" interview with correspondent Lesley Stahl that China "don't have enough ammunition to retaliate" in a trade war with the United States. (As an aside, on this occasion, he said it wasn't a "war", but a "skirmish". When Stahl reminded the president that he called it a "war" earlier that day, he said "actually I called it a battle. But, actually, I'm gonna lower that. I consider it a skirmish.")

Creating distractions out of thin air won't help mend China-U.S. ties

On Thursday at the Hudson Institute in Washington D.C., United States Vice President Mike Pence delivered a speech attacking China's domestic and foreign policies. Before the speech, there had been whispers that the White House was going to release a substantive new policy position towards China. Instead, what we heard were old, baseless claims that had already been hyped up by the American side. China's government swiftly refuted the many accusations made in the speech. "The speech made unwarranted accusations against China's domestic and foreign policies, and slandered China by claiming that it meddles in the internal affairs and elections of the United States," said China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying. "This is nothing but hearsay… it is creating something out of thin air."

Trump's 2nd Supreme Court pick Kavanaugh sworn in

Brett Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump's second Supreme Court nominee in two years, was officially sworn in on Saturday.

China and US need trust and cooperation

Were it not for the opening paragraphs that depict China as ungrateful to the United States' bounty, or the ending menace in which he urges China to "reach back", US Vice-President Mike Pence's beggar-thy-neighbor speech at the Hudson Institute on Thursday was nothing but a duplicate of outdated concepts of Cold War mentality and zero-sum games.
Culture

Grand Theater’s debut on Foshan to make a new landmark

Last week, the opening ceremony of Foshan Grand Theatre, was held at the Square Tower of Foshan New Town Cultural Centre.

New high-express access to fresh tour experience during holiday

The two forthcoming festivals are going to bring two short-term holidays. People now must plan on family tours while worrying about visitor flows

CITIE 2018 kicks off at Guangzhou on Sept. 7th

On Sept. 7th, China (Guangdong) International Tourism Industry Expo 2018 is held at the Zone A of the China Import and Export Fair Complex
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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