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Yuntai Garden

The Yuntai Garden, located snugly at the southern foot of the Baiyun Mountain, with a total area of 120,000 sq. It  is China’s largest landscaped garden with ornamental exotic flowers and plants. The garden regularly presents various thematic flower shows, attracting a steady stream of visitors. Since its opening, the garden has played host to several party and state leaders, …

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Guangzhou Pacific Computer City

Guangzhou Pacific Computer City (Tai Ping Yang Computer City in Chinese), located in the Pearl River Delta of southern China, is an important distribution center for computer products. Together with Chinese and foreign brands of various computer products and accessories, more than 700 marketers of computers are gathered here. Known as “China’s largest PC market,” it provides the full range …

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How to save money to make an international phone call in Guangzhou

China is a paradise when it comes to phone cards. You can either buy an international or a local phone card. They come in denominations of 10 Yuan,20 Yuan or 50 Yuan. Most reasonably good hotels do have phones (that will accept these cards) in a corner of the foyer. If, however, you need to make a call while on …

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China Mobile-Easyown

China Mobile’s most popular plan is simplicity at its best. We’ve made it easy to own and super easy to use. This is why tens of millions of our subscribers have chosen our Easyown plan. Here’s how to get started Come to an authorized China Mobile Service Centre, pop an Easyown SIM card into your mobile phone, dial 13800138000 to …

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Qingming festival

The Qingming festival falls on the first day of the fifth solar term, named Qingming. Its name denotes a time for people to go outside and enjoy the greenery of springtime and tend to the graves of departed ones. The Qingming (Pure Brightness) Festival is one of the 24 seasonal division points in China, falling on April 4-6 each year. …

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Chongyang Festival

The Chongyang Festival falls on the ninth day of the nonth month of the Chinese lunar calendar, so it is also known as the Double Ninth Festival. As nine is pronounced ‘jiu’ meaning long in Chinese, so people endow the word jiu with the meaning of longevity with a person’s life. Chinese government declared Chongyang as a day for senior …

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Guangzhou Jade Market–Hualin Jade Marekt

Hualin Jade market was local in the Shangxiajiu Lu (Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street) and near the Guangzhou Liwan Plaza Jewellery Market, is the largest market for jade in Guangzhou. The market covers an area of 10,000 sqm and the vast majority of Guangzhou's jade traders can be found in the area, where there are many stalls selling jade and pearl. Hualin …

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Guangzhou Xiguan Antiques Market

Guangzhou Antiques Market (广州古玩市场) Shopping and leisure Guangzhou is the most important Commodity distribution center in south China. Guangzhou Xiguan Antiques Market is located at NO.1 Liang Feng-Yuan Road. This market is the only approved relic artifacts antiques market operators in the nearby district and it's one of the top ten antique markets in china. The market has a length …

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Qingping Market

The Qingping Free Market is located on Qingping Road, in the north of Shamian Island., Guangzhou. Qingping Market came into existence in 1979. It is the largest one among several hundred free markets on Qingping Road and it is also the most famous free market. Cantonese are known to eat just about any animal, and the market is world famous …

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Gift Giving

Chinese do not usually accept a gift, invitation or favor when it is first presented. Politely refusing two or three times is thought to reflect modesty and humility. Accepting something in haste makes a person look aggressive and greedy, as does opening it in front of the giver. Traditionally the monetary value of a gift indicated the importance of a …

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Five Goats of Guangzhou

Guangzhou is situated in the south of the China’s Mainland, in the north of the Pearl River Delta, the confluence of Dongjiang (East River), Xijiang(West River), Beijiang(North River), verging on South China Sea with Beiyun Mountain at the back. It is warm with flourishing blossoms all year round. Guangzhou is an ancient city in China and a historic cultural metropolitan …

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Tianhe District

Tianhe District is one of the ten districts in Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China. In Chinese, the name Tianhe means a river in the sky. It is bordered by Yuexiu District on the west, Baiyun District on the north and Huangpu District on the east. Haizhu District is on its south, though they are separated by the Zhujiang River. Newly …

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