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Tianjin blast probe suggests action against 123 people

A State Council investigatory team has identified 123 people, including five officials at ministerial level, responsible for the Tianjin warehouse explosions in August that killed at least 165 people.

Chinese, U.S. presidents hold phone conversation on ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday held a telephone conversation with his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama at the latter's invitation, during which the two leaders exchanged Lunar New Year greetings.

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Shenzhen offers awards, funds to attract IT talent

Home to several IT and innovation companies, including Huawei, BYD and Tencent, China's southern city Shenzhen is thirsty to attract more creative talents to fuel its technology-driven economy.

Lianjiang GDP on top in Zhanjiang in 2015

The gross domestic product (GDP) of Lianjiang, a county-level city of Zhanjiang, Guangdong province ranked the first in the city in the past year, according to Lianjiang bureau of statistics.

Rare primate species put under the microscope

A wildlife park in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, is positioning itself at the forefront of primate gene research after successfully helping to raise dozens of the rarely-seen animals.

Local flower exports to decline

Exports of Spring Festival-themed plants from the Mazai flower farm in Shunde district of Foshan, Guangdong province, have been relatively stable since the business started two decades ago.

Filibusters exacting a heavy toll

Eddy Li says filibustering in LegCo has not only wasted a staggering amount of public money but also hindered the overall development of Hong Kong.

Continual chaos in HK's legislature must stop now

The chaos at Hong Kong's Legislative Council is getting worse every week. The opposition camp has resorted to filibustering tactics on almost all government bills and proposals.

Many mainlanders facing heartache during New Year

Some mainland residents working in Hong Kong have to spend a lot of money to return home, and many will endure the New Year holidays alone - or will have to accept being far from their childhood homes.

H7 bird flu virus detected in Macao market

An H7 avian flu virus was detected in samples of poultry sold in Macao's street market, officials from Macao's Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) and the Health Bureau (SSM) said Wednesday.

Mainland offers Taiwan quake help

The Chinese mainland has offered to help Taiwan following the deadly earthquake that jolted the south of the island early on Saturday morning.

China stops approving new coal mines

China won't approve any new coal mines before the end of 2019, the State Council said on Friday, as authorities work to slash overcapacity in the industry.

Tianjin blast probe suggests action against 123 people

A State Council investigatory team has identified 123 people, including five officials at ministerial level, responsible for the Tianjin warehouse explosions in August that killed at least 165 people.

Chinese leaders extend festival wishes to predecessors

President Xi Jinping and other Chinese leaders have visited their predecessors with seasons greetings ahead of the Spring Festival.

Osborne welcomes AIIB role for former Treasury chief

British Chancellor George Osborne Friday welcomed the appointment of Danny Alexander as a vice president at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB).

China retains as Malaysia's largest trading partner in 2015

China retained its position as Malaysia's largest trading partner for the 7th consecutive year in 2015, despite dropping commodities prices, according to statistics released by Malaysia on Friday.

Chinese, U.S. presidents hold phone conversation on ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday held a telephone conversation with his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama at the latter's invitation, during which the two leaders exchanged Lunar New Year greetings.

China-U.S. cooperation crucial: experts

China-U.S. cooperation on various bilateral, regional and global issues is crucial at a time of unprecedented global political and economic shifts, a panel of top experts said Thursday.
Culture

Guangzhou Marathon Awarded IAAF Bronze Label

Each year the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) awards designations referred to as IAAF Road Race labels to leading road races around the world.

The six most rewarding wetland parks in Guangdong

Guangdong has abundant wetland resources, and wetland parks are popular among citizens. So what are the most rewarding wetland parks in Guangdong? Where should we go to enjoy wetlands?

Have fun in Guangzhou: a feast for both palate and eyes

Guangzhou has extensive and profound culture which of course includes many wonderful cates. Now, foodies, let’s open the gate of the food paradise!
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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