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Top auditor finds key projects lagging

A nationwide audit shows that 23.7 percent of the key construction projects aimed at helping China's economy maintain stable growth are behind schedule, China's top auditing authority said on Thursday.

"One Belt, One Road" and RMB internationalization serve global interest

The "One Belt One Road" initiative and internationalization of Renminbi (RMB), the Chinese currency, are two strategies that serve both China's national and global interests, according to a report released here Thursday.


[Exclusive] Expo love knot from Cantonese -- Interview with Chen Qiuyan, chairman of Guangdong CCPIT“广东人,世博情”- 对话广东省贸促会会长陈秋彦

Through the platform of the Milan Expo, Guangdong can enhance communication and cooperation with countries all over the world and build up a new landscape of opening-up, said Chen Qiuyan, the chairman of China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Guangdong Committee.

Glamorous Guangdong to shine at Expo Milan “魅力广东,牵手世博” - 米兰世博会广东周本月15日开幕

"Guangdong Week" at Expo Milano 2015 is coming at next week from Oct. 15 to 19! Guangdong will display its agricultural products, culture, investment environment and abundant tourism resource on this world-class stage.

Experts: building Guangzhou into an International Trade Center

Nine renowned experts from mainland and Hong Kong discussed issues of building Guangzhou into an international trade center in a round table meeting held on 30th September.

Meeting on Taiwan affairs seen as a boost to relations

Cross-Straits relations are expected to deepen as the mainland's Taiwan affairs chief, Zhang Zhijun, prepares to meet Andrew Hsia, his counterpart from Taiwan, in Guangdong province from Oct 13 to 15.

Suspected bomb found in Hong Kong, over 500 evacuated

A suspected bomb was found at the reconstruction site of the Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong, Radio Television Hong Kong reported on Tuesday.

Ex-HK chief executive charged with misconduct in public office

Donald Tsang was charged on Monday with two counts of misconduct in public office, the latest in a string of scandals that have ensnared senior business and former political figures in the financial hub.

Golden Week tourists' zest for HK drops

HK retailers took a pessimistic view towards their businesses as tourists were less keen on traveling and shopping in the region.

Mainlanders bypass HK for Golden Week

Hong Kong is losing its luster for the increasingly affluent, sophisticated mainland tourists during the National Day holiday.

4-year-old boy killed after being stuck in metro escalator

A 4-year-old boy has been killed after getting trapped under the handrail of an escalator at a metro station in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality on Thursday, People's Daily reported.

Chinese holiday travelers rise

Chinese enthusiasm for travel during the National Day holiday that ended on Wednesday has not been dimmed by the slowing economy, data from the country's aviation regulator and railway operator has suggested.

Meeting on Taiwan affairs seen as a boost to relations

Cross-Straits relations are expected to deepen as the mainland's Taiwan affairs chief, Zhang Zhijun, prepares to meet Andrew Hsia, his counterpart from Taiwan, in Guangdong province from Oct 13 to 15.

Palace Museum to open four more areas to public

The Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, will open four more areas to the public ahead of its 90th anniversary, which is on Oct. 10, increasing the opening area of the palace from 52% to 65%.

China open to any mechanism good for Asia-Pacific

China is open to any trade mechanism as long as they follow the rules of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and are good to economic integration of the Asia-Pacific region, Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng said.

Russia dismisses US refusal to share intelligence in campaign in Syria

The reluctance of the United States to share intelligence on Syria will not hamper Russia's operations in the war-torn country as Moscow has sufficient information from other sources, a Russian official said Thursday.

Belarusian scoops Nobel literature award with journalistic efforts

Alexievich used her reporting skills to create literature chronicling World War II, the Soviet war in Afghanistan, the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster and social problems like attempted suicides after the Soviet Union disintegrated.

China, U.S. to expand military ties

Fang Fenghui, chief of General Staff of the Chinese People's Liberation Army, met with U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken on Thursday in Beijing, pledging to jointly advance the new type of military relationship between the two countries.

Most Beautiful Bus Lines in GZ

Like in the films, the hero and heroine jump on a bus driving to somewhere, without a certain destination, getting down whenever feeling right and enjoying the moment of freedom.

Tour sites along Guiguang HSR (Guangxi)

Guangxi's location, in mountainous terrain in the far south of China, has placed it on the frontier of Chinese civilization throughout much of China's history.

Top Five Hong Kong-Style Tea Restaurants in Guangzhou

A "tea restaurant" refers to a unique type of local eatery in Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Macau and parts of Guangdong province.
Living in Guangdong
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