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Feature: A mega-project that bridges the gaps

Traffic jams are nothing new in China, and during national holidays, the roads can get unbearably congested as millions travel across the country to be with family and friends.

More rails to link Greater Bay cities

Shenzhen is planning to build a number of high-speed rails to connect with other cities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, the Nanfang Daily reported yesterday.


Guangdong in One Minute

In one minute, what happens in Guangdong?

Xi announces opening of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge

Chinese President Xi Jinping announced the opening of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge at an opening ceremony in the city of Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, on Tuesday morning.

Xi Jinping makes inspection tour in Zhuhai, Guangdong

Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, visits the Traditional Chinese Medicine Science and Technology Industrial Park of Co-operation between Guangdong and Macao in Zhuhai, south China's Guangdong Province, Oct. 22, 2018.

Overseas participants dominate at Dongguan's expo

More than 1,700 companies from China and 57 other countries and regions involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, or BRI, will exhibit their latest products, technologies and equipment at a major expo in Dongguan, Guangdong province, this week.

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".

B&R countries eye production capacity cooperation with China

Deals for 65 production capacity cooperation projects, worth 142.7 billion yuan (about 20.6 billion U.S. dollars) in total, were signed at an international forum that concluded Saturday in central China's Hubei Province.

At least 18 dead, 164 injured in Taiwan train derailment

At least 18 people died and another 164 injured as of 11 p.m. Sunday, after a passenger train derailed in Taiwan earlier in the afternoon, according to the island's railway authority.

China quickly embracing VR amid tech boom

What will replace smartphones in becoming our most indispensable gadget in daily and digital life?

China vows to further protect environment while fighting poverty

Environmental and ecological protection will play a bigger role in advancing poverty alleviation, according to China's environment authority.

Is Chinese investment a "threat" or source of growth in Europe?

On the southwestern British coast of Somerset, giant excavators are working at a construction site as big as 245 football pitches to house Hinkley Point C's two future reactors.

Japanese table tennis star Ai Fukuhara announces retirement

Japanese table tennis star Ai Fukuhara announced on Sunday that she is retiring from competition.

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."

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
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