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From Guangzhou to Guiyang(Guizhou) High Speed Train

Two high-speed railways linking the southern city of Guangzhou with southwest city of Guiyang and southern city of Nanning have been put into operation in Dec,2014. Travel time between Guangzhou and Guiyang has been cut from 22 hours to four. The line stretches more than 850 kilometers, and the train has a top speed of 250 kilometers an hour. It …

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From Guangzhou to Shanghai High Speed Train

A new high-speed railway line is set to connect Guangzhou and Shanghai in just eight hours, it connecting the Pearl River Delta to 15 other provinces, it is convenient take a high speed train from Guangzhou to Shanghai ( From Guangzhou South Railway Station to Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station ). It means the trip from Guangzhou to Shanghai will be …

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Guangzhou to Guilin High Speed Train

There are 20 regular trains between Guangzhou and Guilin. 19 of them are G trains (High-speed EMU Train) and D trains (EMU Train), and the rest one is the K train (Fast Train) (know more about Chinese Train Categories). Both G and D train leave from Guangzhou South Railway Station and arrive at Guilin North Railway Station. The whole journey …

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Shopping at Guangzhou Tinho Town

Tinho Town is the new name for the cluster of shopping centers in Tianhe District, the former name call Tianhe Road Shopping District. In an effort to improve the District’s marketing strategy, an online vote was held to decide which English name would be best for Guangzhou’s biggest and busiest shopping area. The shopping district may use a single marketable …

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TaiKoo Hui

TaiKoo Hui is a large-scale multi-faceted complex in the thriving heart of the Tianhe Central Business District of Guangzhou, developed and managed by Swire Properties. Offering a gross floor area of approximately 358,000 sqm (exclusive of the cultural center), it incorporates a prime shopping mall, two Grade A office towers, a cultural center, the first five-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel in …

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Guangzhou to Beijing High Speed Train

Beijing is the capital of China, Distance between Guangzhou and Beijing is about 2,294 kilometers in railway length. Taking a High Speed Train (G-train) from Guangzhou South Railway to Beijing travel time  is about 8-9 hours, price is 862 Yuan, if you take a D-train which is an overnight train from Guangzhou South Railway Station to Beijing travel time is …

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Guangzhou Haiyin Electrical Appliances Market

Haiyin Electrical Appliances Markets  (Chinese :海印电器城 ,Pinyin: hǎi yìn diàn qì chéng ) was inaugurated in September 1991 as the first specialized household electric appliances market in Guangzhou. The market sells up to one thousand different types of brand-name home appliances from home and abroad. As the first electric appliance market under Highsun Group, Haiyin Electrical Appliance Market has always upheld …

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Old Villa-Style Houses in Dongshan

Generally 'Dongshan (东山)' is defined more as a geographic concept than an administrative region. Locals usually think of the area east to Dadao Lu (达道路), west to Dongshankou Metro Station, south to Xinhepu Lu (新河浦路) and north to Nonglin Dong Lu (农林东路). Lying just west of Guangzhou's new downtown is Dongshan, one of a handful of little neighborhoods in the …

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Guangzhou Library

The Guangzhou Library, established by the Guangzhou Municipal Government (GMG), was created for the benefit of the public’s welfare, and to serve as a cultural and educational institution. The Library’s services are based on collecting, organizing, and housing all categories of written knowledge and information including paper-based materials, audio-visual materials, and digital materials. The library offers lending materials, reference and …

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Canton Customs Mansion

The Canton Customs Mansion is located at No.29 of Yanjiang Xi Road, Guangzhou. The Customs was established in the 24th year of the Kangxi Regin (1685), Being one of the first four customs of China. In the 10th year of Xianfeng’s Reign (1685), the Tariff Department was established at the present location, while the Canton Customs Mansion laid its foundation …

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what are the differences between D train and G train?

Chinese trains are divided according to their speed into various classes, identified with different letters and numbers. The letters refer to different classes: G and D Trains, G (Gaotie) and D (Dongche) series trains both use CRH (China Railway High-Speed) railways. G trains is the fastest running for long distance in China, the top speed of which could reach 350km/h. …

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