About Guangzhou

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Guangzhou Wholesale Markets

Guangzhou is one of China’s most important business centers. It is a busy city in the important industrial province of Guangdong. You can find all kind of wholesale markets in guangzhou, it serves as a product distribution center for all of southern China, and attracts business people from all over the world. Antique, Jade and Jewellry Guangzhou Jade Market Guangzhou …

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Chigang Pagoda

Chigang Pagoda was built on a red sandstone hill as a geomantic pagoda. Its construction was begun from the forty-seventh year of Emperor Wanli’s reign during the Ming Dynasty and was finally completed during the reign of Emperor Tianqi,It is one of the oldest chiense pagoda in China. The nearly 400-year-old Chigang Pagoda was named after the area of its …

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Ersha Island

Ersha Island or Jisa Island is an island located in Guangzhou, China. It houses the American International School of Guangzhou, several apartment complexes, a badminton stadium, and a government sports training facility. Er Sha Island is also home to the Guangdong Museum of Art and the Xinghai Concert Hall. The Ersha Island is a high-grade residential area. Many consulates of …

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Tianhe Sports Center

Tianhe Sports Center is located in the east of Guangzhou, covering an area of 540,000 sq meters. Built in 1987 when the 6th National Sports Games was held here, Tianhe Sports Center has become a landmark of thriving Tianhe District. It is the biggest and most popular sporting compound in Guangzhou, located in Tianhe CBD. It consists of three main …

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Wong Lo Kat

Wang Lao ji herb tea (Wong Lo Kat) was established in the Qing Dynasty, has been more than 170 years of history, enjoying the reputation of “ancestor of Chinese herb tea”; Liangcha (literally, Herbal tea) is a China’s unique herb-stewed drink, cold and cool as herbs, which can eliminate the body’s heat in summer or treat sore throat and other …

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Guangzhou Kapok

Kapok is a kind of tropical tree found across Guangzhou and known to Chinese people as “Cotton Tree” (Mumian). People in Guangzhou have long grown Kapok trees, using its cotton to make clothes and its flowers as medicine. Cantonese consider they have a strong spirit which pushes it to grow high into the sunlight. In 1982, Kapok flowers were chosen …

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Xinghai Concert Hall

Xinghai Concert Hall is the home of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra, and puts on an amazing array of concerts featuring national and international performers. The concert hall is surrounded by a fantastic sculpture garden, and is next door to the Guangzhou Museum of Art, making the two an excellent mid-afternoon to evening trip. The symphony performing Hall was designed on …

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Guangzhou Opera House

Guangzhou is banking on Zaha Hadid’s opera house to transform it from just another Chinese megacity into a cultural destination. Located in Zhujiang New Town, the Guangzhou Opera House is one of the 7 newly-built landmarks. The opera house includes a 36,400-square-meter Grand Theater, a 7,400-square-meter multifunctional theater and other auxiliary facilities. Designed by renowned British architect Zaha Hadid, it …

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Guangzhou Pearl River

Pearl River(zhujiang) is the third largest river in China, the Pearl River measures 2,129 meters in length, (2,200 km, after the Yangtze River and the Yellow River), and second largest by volume (after the Yangtze). The 409,480 km²[citation needed] Pearl River Basin drains the majority of Guangdong and Guangxi provinces, as well as parts of Yunnan, Guizhou, Hunan and Jiangxi …

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Bai E Tan

The Fang Cun Bar Street, also called “Bai-e-tan” Street, is the city’s flashiest spot for nightlife recreation, spanning the riverside in Fangcun opposite the White Swan Hotel as part of one of the city’s key man-made landscapes. There are a couple of big clubs, a number of smaller bars (all of which are pretty much the same), a couple of …

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Asian megacities: Your experiences

As part of our Power of Asia series the BBC is examining megacities and the urban development of other Asian cities. BBC News website readers have been sharing their experiences of what life is like living in an Asian megacity. Here they discuss the pros and cons of life where they are: Dr Imrul Hasan, Dhaka, Bangladesh I arrived in …

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Guangzhou Lingnan architecture

Guangzhou Lingnan architecture is the city representative, with the charm of traditional culture. Its development has experienced several stages; the learning academy and ancestral temple were the cultural representatives of the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The Xiguang Big house and arcade was the cultural representative of at the end period of Qing Dynasty and early Min Dynasty , as well …

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