Hey! This is ‘My Chinese New Year Style’!
GDToday and Southern Metropolis Daily released the ‘My Chinese New Year Style’ series during the Chinese New Year. We spent a day with 6 expats who are working and living in six different cities of Guangdong, and present their special ways to celebrate this unique festival for family reunion despite the back-and-forth Covid-19 pandemic.
Busy CNY for a Portuguese restaurant owner & import businessman
In the eyes of the Portuguese businessman Dario Silva, Chinese New Year is a hot season of import and distribution.
Neslihan Kilavuz: finding her true love in China

Two years ago, in 2019, a girl from Turkey stood on the balcony of a house in Guangdong’s Meizhou, enjoying the fireworks with her mother-in-law from China!


Forget the past and look forward to the future - A British skydiver’s Chinese New Year Style
Writing down the training data of the day, Matthew Giddings has just finished several jumping sessions with his trainees.
Expats celebrate Chinese New Year with Guangzhou FAO
Guangzhou Foreign Affairs Office (FAO) organized an event and invited expats in the city to jointly celebrate the Chinese New Year at Garden Hotel at February 13th.
Ziv Glikman: discovering the bonds between Israel and China through Spring Festival
"Poon choi!" when asked for a must-try for the Spring Festival, Ziv Glikman, an Israeli who had been in Dongguan for 17 years, gave his answer without hesitation. As a featured dish in South China for celebrating the Spring Festival, Poon choi is composed of many layers of different ingredients such as meats, seafood and vegetables. For Ziv, the Spring Festival also means a lot.
Foreign teachers and students enjoy the Chinese New Year holidays in Guangzhou
Chinese New Year is around the corner.A series of policies have been carried out to make sure expat teachers and students can enjoy a happy holiday in Guangzhou.
Calling for entry! Share your Chinese New Year stories in Guangdong
GDToday is soliciting your CNY's stories and moments in Guangdong, such as New Year's Eve dinner, CNY decorations, visiting relatives and friends, and outings in the province.
Cantonese Temple Fair starts 26th February!
After a year of absence, Cantonese Temple Fair is coming back. The 2021 Cantonese Temple Fair will be open from February 26th to March 4th.
GD suspends religious gatherings during CNY across the province
Starting from February 10th to February 26th, all religious venues will be temporarily closed to the public and gatherings will be suspended for epidemic control purposes, according to a notice issued by the Ethnic and Religious Affairs Commission of Guangdong Province on February 5th.
Hong Kong scales down Lunar New Year flower trade amid pandemic
Customers visit a Lunar New Year flower market at Victoria Park in Hong Kong, south China, Feb. 6, 2021.
A glimpse of Chinese New Year traditions in Guangdong
What do you know about ‘Chinese Lunar New Year’? Why ‘New Year’s Eve dinner’ is the most important meal of the year? Have you considered paying a New Year call as the 1st thing to begin the Year of the Ox?
Guangzhou flower growers find ways to prosper despite COVID-19 restrictions
Flower companies and the city government in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, have introduced measures to cope with challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic after the operation of major flower markets was suspended in the lead up to Spring Festival.
Worker make red lanterns to fulfill rush orders ahead of Chinese Lunar New Year
Workers make red lanterns at a lantern workshop to fulfill rush orders placed ahead of the Chinese Lunar New Year which falls on Feb. 12 this year.
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