Guangzhou’s color through the eyes of an Australian artist 澳大利亚艺术家笔下的“广州色彩”
On our drive from Zhujiang New Town to Nansha, we passed through green farmland and quiet villages together with giant factories, and high rises.
Two years of directing a urogynecology department in Guangzhou’s public hospital
When we stepped into Guangzhou Women and Children Medical Center at 8 o’clock on Monday morning, this public hospital located in Zhujiang New Town, as usual was already crowded.
I am very lucky to be a part of Guangdong’s development: Harley Seyedin
“Today Guangdong is a different world than when I first time came here. I've been very lucky to witness all of the development and to be a part of it,” said Dr. Harley Seyedin, president of AmCham South China.
Guangdong, an easy place to live: Ahmed Mohamed Fouad Yousif 在广州有一个埃及博士后，让月饼咸蛋黄更美味
“Easy” is the word Ahmed Mohamed Fouad Yousif uses most to describe his everyday life and work in Guangzhou.
I feel at home here: how Evergrande’s Alan Carvaloh sees Guangdong
The Guangzhou Derby has been always a big event for the province’s capital. On the evening of August 5th, however, Alan Garvaloh, a Brazilian striker playing for Guangzhou Evergrande FC, sat quietly in the auditorium of the Yuexiushan Stadium, Guangzhou R&F’s home ground.
From Mali to Guangzhou, more than gold lies beneath
In the heart of Guangzhou’s downtown area, Taojin Road, was the undisputed CBD of the city from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s. The road’s Chinese literal meaning – gold rush, seemed tailor-made for its role as a “financial hub”. Now, it’s well-known by locals and expats alike for a number of nice restaurants, shops and bars.
Tabou - A Senegalese Jasmine blooms in South China
In Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong Province, there is a saying goes that you must take a selfie with the Tianxiu Building if you were from Africa who newly arrive in the city. The building is a microcosm for the billion dollar trade boom taking place between African nations and China.