Year of the Mouse CNY stamps go on sale in Guangzhou
China Post has issued a set of special zodiac stamps in celebration of the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, or the Year of the Mouse. The set went on sale on January 5th, and the new year is set to begin January 25th, 2020.
Cantonese opera and musical show features heroine Lay Xian
A Cantonese opera and musical show featuring Lady Xian, a heroine who lived through three ancient Chinese dynasties, premiered at the Friendship Theater in Guangzhou on January 5th, 2020.
Get immersed in local culture this Chinese New Year
Want to experience a more meaningful Chinese New Year? Come to the Guangdong Culture Center and make your own New Year woodblock paintings and paper-cuts, two popular decorations for the Chinese New Year holidays.
Enjoy upgraded Cantonese dining experience in Guangzhou
Chef Liu prepared an all new menu with a wide range of mouthwatering Cantonese dishes including beef, seafood, soup, and desserts, all of which are exquisitely presented by Chef Liu and his team, and use only the freshest ingredients.
Documentary brings Thirteen Hongs to life
‘The Thirteen Hongs’, was released at the ‘Day of Guangdong’ South China Documentary Symposium during the 2019 Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival (GZDOC) on the morning of December 10th, 2019.
International documentary film festival opens in Guangzhou
Following a show stopping rendition of a Cantonese opera piece being performed by established Cantonese Opera artist Ou Kaiming, the 2019 Guangzhou International Documentary Film Festival (GZDOC) got underway at the Guangzhou Library on December 10th, 2019.
Top ten animation and comic brands unveiled
Guangdong, home to a booming cartoon industry, unveiled its top ten animation and comic brands on December 8th, offering a fast access guide for people who want to learn about the industry, and also a must-see Guangdong animation and comic list.
Fair to promote contemporary art in Guangdong
2019 Art Canton · Contemporary Art Fair opened at the New Fa Center in Guangzhou on December 6th, featuring 100 artists from 18 countries and over 1000 artworks.
Fund set up for projects to boost Cantonese crosstalk
Now with the Cantonese crosstalk development fund established on November 30th this year with an initial contribution of 2.6 million RMB donated by both the Guangdong Chinese Culture Promotion Society and two die-hard fans Mr. Liang Haohan and Ms. Kuang Jianwen the future looks bright for the medium.
Guangzhou Art Fair brings art to GZ locals
In order to get locals familiar with a variety of artistic mediums, the organizing committee set up major pavilions featuring classic oil painting, contemporary art and Chinese cultural heritage.