@All! You have received New Year's greetings from Guangdong
As we usher in the Chinese Lunar New Year, Governor Wang Weizhong of Guangdong, along with Consuls General from five continents in Guangzhou, are extending their best wishes in various languages to people worldwide. Click the video to receive the New Year greetings from them!
Consuls General from 15 countries invite you to experience Chinese New Year in Guangdong
"Dim sum, fireworks, light performances, flower market..." At the festive and traditional moment of the Year of the Dragon, Consuls General from 15 countries in Guangzhou cordially invite you to experience the unique charm of the Chinese New Year in Guangdong together.
Calling for entry! Share your joyful Chinese New Year moments in Guangdong!
What impresses you most about the Spring Festival of 2024 in Guangdong? Do you embrace the local customs, enjoy festive gatherings, or explore the vibrant traditions? GDToday is asking for a collection of your experiences. Capture memorable moments with your camera and share your wonderful Chinese New Year stories in Guangdong with us to win some gifts!
Glimpse into Guangdong's reunion dinner on Chinese New Year's Eve
Today (February 9) is Chinese New Year's Eve, a time cherished by Chinese families as they carefully prepare for a reunion dinner. The Cantonese family reunion dinner is brimming with dishes that symbolize people's good wishes for the new year. Curious to uncover the auspicious significance behind these delicacies? Click on the video to find out!
Delectable banquets, culinary delights of Guangdong's Spring Festival
What do people in Guangdong have for their New Year's Eve dinner? With subgroups like Cantonese, Hakka, and Teochew people in the province, the New Year's Eve dinner here features a diverse and abundant array of dishes that not only satisfy the taste buds but also carry well-wishes and expectations for the coming year.
Take a flower market challenge with expats to celebrate CNY in GD
On February 7, two groups of expats joined GDToday's flower market challenge in the Yuexiu Xihu Flower Market to celebrate the Chinese New Year in Guangdong. Each team was given a red envelope with the same amount of gift money. They needed to buy goods containing flowers, special purchases for the Spring Festival, delicacies, and intangible cultural heritage (four themes) at the Yuexiu Xihu Flower Market.