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The world's longest shipping lane in Tang dynasty, was a trade link between Asia and East Africa. It was also one of the maritime silk roads at that time.
Kelon refrigerator, produced by Kelon Group, exhibited in UN in September, 1997, and became the first Chinese refrigerator demonstrated in UN.
The world's first plastinated ancient corpse is exhibited in Dongguan Museum. The corpse, which was buried underground for over 300 years.
Zou Boqi, born in Guangdong in the Qing dynasty, was considered a pioneer of Chinese modern science. Raised in a teacher's family, Zou was bookish and talented.
Zhongshan suit, or Sun Yat-sen suit, was developed by the great revolutionary Sun Yat-sen, in an attempt to suit modern sensibilities without completely adopting western styles.