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US university leaders slam Trump policy on foreign students

The Trump administration's new policy of prohibiting foreign students from taking online-only courses in the US this fall has sparked immediate backlash from leading educational institutions, with some now taking legal action against it.

Guangzhou unveils three-year plan for new infrastructure development

On July 7th, Guangzhou municipal government approved the city's three-year plan for boosting new infrastructure development. 23 key tasks and 17 measures were launched to focus on 5G, AI, industrial Internet, and smart charging infrastructure.

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Infographic | Highlights of the 127th Canton Fair

The 127th China Import and Export Fair, or Canton Fair, concluded online on June 24th. The 10-day fair drew nearly 26,000 global enterprises, with 1.8 million products exhibited. Some highlights of the fair are showed as follows.

Don't do this when passing through the metro security!

When passing through the metro security check, some passengers will lift the lead curtain at the exit of the X-ray security inspection machine to get their belongings back as soon as possible. Some even directly put their head or hands into the machine to pick up their bags. Is it right to do so? Will the security inspection machine pose a radiation hazard to passengers?

Nansha attracts 34.2 bln yuan investment, boosts Greater Bay Area development

Eric Xie, Director-General of Nansha Commerce Bureau, believe these projects will further activate the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) development and boost cooperation between three places.

Expats, say 'NO' to illegal employment, or get punished

Wanna make a fortune in China? Look at the following examples that are adapted from real cases, find out how to avoid falling into traps, and be a law-abiding expat!

GD researchers create open-source prediction tool for COVID-19 triage

A group of researchers from Guangdong created an open-source prediction tool that can identify the COVID-19 patients who are at the high risk of progression from mild and moderate type to severe and critical type.

China's consumer inflation rises slightly to 2.5 pct in June

China's consumer inflation remained generally stable in June under the country's continued efforts toward economic recovery, official data showed Thursday.

The Maiden Voyage of the Empress of China

The Empress of China, a three-masted, wooden sailing ship of 360 tons arrived at the Huangpu Port in Guangzhou on August 28th, 1784.

US university leaders slam Trump policy on foreign students

The Trump administration's new policy of prohibiting foreign students from taking online-only courses in the US this fall has sparked immediate backlash from leading educational institutions, with some now taking legal action against it.

The Maiden Voyage of the Empress of China

The Empress of China, a three-masted, wooden sailing ship of 360 tons arrived at the Huangpu Port in Guangzhou on August 28th, 1784.

U.S. formally submits withdrawal from WHO amid surge of COVID-19 cases

The United States on Tuesday officially submitted its notification of withdrawal from the World Health Organization (WHO) to the United Nations secretary-general, setting in motion the country's exit from the global body in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Don't do this when passing through the metro security!

When passing through the metro security check, some passengers will lift the lead curtain at the exit of the X-ray security inspection machine to get their belongings back as soon as possible. Some even directly put their head or hands into the machine to pick up their bags. Is it right to do so? Will the security inspection machine pose a radiation hazard to passengers?

Nansha attracts 34.2 bln yuan investment, boosts Greater Bay Area development

Eric Xie, Director-General of Nansha Commerce Bureau, believe these projects will further activate the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) development and boost cooperation between three places.

Expats, say 'NO' to illegal employment, or get punished

Wanna make a fortune in China? Look at the following examples that are adapted from real cases, find out how to avoid falling into traps, and be a law-abiding expat!
Culture & Tradition

The five best spots for camping or picnics in Guangzhou

We've rounded up five of our favourite lawns which are free, in or close to downtown, and have some shade. Pack your basket and picnic mat, and let’s head to the following parks for some fun in the sun.

Documentary film 'Dragon Boat' to be broadcast on CCTV

Featuring a defending champion team and its biggest rival, the film tells the stories of the Diejiao locals and their dragon boats, and is a masterpiece in suspense from beginning to end.
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