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National security law marks turning point for Hong Kong's education

Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Carrie Lam said on Saturday that the promulgation and implementation of the law on safeguarding national security in the HKSAR marks a turning point for Hong Kong's education.

Lychee export of Maoming, Zhanjiang rises by over 60%

According to data from Zhanjiang Customs, Maoming and Zhanjiang in Guangdong province, which are within the jurisdiction of the customs, have exported a total of 1,856.8 metric tons of lychees by July 4, a year-on-year increase of 64.8 percent.

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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.

What a surprise: charity in China is big

This isn’t about the involvement I have with charity, although there has been some, this is more about the fact that charity is an integral part of Chinese life and, it’s something that surprises many people when they learn about it.

Lychee export of Maoming, Zhanjiang rises by over 60%

According to data from Zhanjiang Customs, Maoming and Zhanjiang in Guangdong province, which are within the jurisdiction of the customs, have exported a total of 1,856.8 metric tons of lychees by July 4, a year-on-year increase of 64.8 percent.

Guangzhou tech firm rolls out free autonomous taxi ride service to public

China recently issued its first permits to test fully autonomous vehicles on open urban roads to WeRide, a smart mobility start-up headquartered in Guangzhou.

What a surprise: charity in China is big

This isn’t about the involvement I have with charity, although there has been some, this is more about the fact that charity is an integral part of Chinese life and, it’s something that surprises many people when they learn about it.

2nd batch of people at high risk of exposure to Xinfadi market released from quarantine

From Saturday, the second batch of people at high risk of exposure to the Xinfadi market are released from quarantine.

National security law marks turning point for Hong Kong's education

Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Carrie Lam said on Saturday that the promulgation and implementation of the law on safeguarding national security in the HKSAR marks a turning point for Hong Kong's education.

Coronavirus found on packages of shrimps imported from Ecuador

The coronavirus has been found on three packages of frozen shrimp imported from Ecuador on July 3, said China's General Administration of Customs (GAC) at a press conference on Friday.

Mayor of S.Korean capital Seoul found dead

Park Won-soon, mayor of South Korea's capital Seoul, was found dead around midnight, hours after his daughter filed a missing report to police Thursday evening, multiple local media said citing the police.

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.

What a surprise: charity in China is big

This isn’t about the involvement I have with charity, although there has been some, this is more about the fact that charity is an integral part of Chinese life and, it’s something that surprises many people when they learn about it.

Guangzhou tech firm rolls out free autonomous taxi ride service to public

China recently issued its first permits to test fully autonomous vehicles on open urban roads to WeRide, a smart mobility start-up headquartered in Guangzhou.

@Apple Pay users, Yangchengtong card now open for free

From now until August 5th, Apple Pay users can apply for the Lingnantong•Yangchengtong Card through the Lingnantong App or Apple Wallet App for free. Compared to a tangible card, users can enjoy a reduction of the 20 RMB refundable service fee.
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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