Joyce Jonathan: I am inspired by Guangzhou
“Guangzhou is really big and oriental, and its people are open-minded,” said Joyce Jonathan, French singer and songwriter at an exclusive interview with Newsgd.com on May 30, 2017 right before she gave a concert in Guangzhou.
International students: Belt and Road makes our dreams come true
On June 2, a speech contest on the topic of the Belt and Road was held in South China University of Technology. Over 50 international students from 15 universities in China took part in the contest and told Belt and Road stories of their own.
Obafemi Martins launches MoneyGram GOAL Tournament
MoneyGram, global provider of innovative money transfers, launched today the second edition of GOAL football tournament in Guangzhou.
Eva Carla is a Spanish multidisciplinary artist currently living in Guangzhou, China. Born in the Mediterranean city of Valencia, in 1983, she has developed a career in the fashion industry.
In his latest exhibition held in Guangzhou 103 gallery ,which is titled Visible Meditation, Jon Poblador uses multiple ways to express the idea of meditation in a visible way.
MoneyGram launches second edition of GOAL tournament with Obafemi Martins as its ambassador
Following the success of inaugural event in 2016, MoneyGram launched the second edition of GOAL football tournament in Guangzhou.
ASEAN students gathered in FAST 2017 in Guangzhou
Last weekend, hundreds of ASEAN students from different universities in Guangzhou participated in the biggest sports tournament for ASEAN students in Guangzhou.
French maker combines design with Chinese elements
Walking into Nicolas Deladerriere’s apartment in Baishizhou, I was immediately attracted to the little robots made of paper and plastic that either stood on the display shelves in his living room or on the work bench in his study.
LTA coach gives advice on tennis learning
English man Dan Thorp from the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) in Wimbledon was recently appointed head coach of the Boris Becker Tennis Academy at Mission Hills in Shenzhen.
American creates bilingual maps app for English users
IT could be challenging for an expatriate to use a Chinese maps app, while the most popular English ones, such as Google Maps or Apple Maps, might not be up-to-date enough for users in China.