Mooncakes that will make your mouth water during Mid-Autumn Festival
Have you got yourself a bite of this mouthwatering sweet? Here are some of the city's finest and unique mooncakes for you to choose from.
Four GD cities hold a series of activities to brush up on education history
The event also aims to promote the integrative development of ecology, culture and tourism, the poverty relief and the rural revitalization in north Guangdong.
The Maiden Voyage of the Empress of China
The Empress of China, a three-masted, wooden sailing ship of 360 tons arrived at the Huangpu Port in Guangzhou on August 28th, 1784.
TCM offers New Yorkers alternatives to tackle virus
Those who have not experienced traditional Chinese medicine might question its effectiveness or safety, let alone its ability to treat a modern plague like COVID-19. But more people in the United States are looking to this 1,000-year-old Eastern practice to counter the novel coronavirus.
24 Solar Terms: 6 things you may not know about Minor Heat
The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Minor Heat, (Chinese: 小暑), the 11th solar term of the year, begins on July 6 this year and ends on July 21.
Documentary film 'Dragon Boat' to be broadcast on CCTV
Featuring a defending champion team and its biggest rival, the film tells the stories of the Diejiao locals and their dragon boats, and is a masterpiece in suspense from beginning to end.
Big prizes | Compete in Dragon Boat Racing game to win gifts
You can still feel the vibe by playing our dragon boat racing game and win some serious gifts provided by high end hotels in Guangzhou during the upcoming holiday.
New library with advanced technologies to open to public
The new Nansha Library is under preparation and will soon be opened to the public, boasting new advanced technologies to bolster visitor experience.
Cantonese cuisine gets boost in chef training program
Starting from 2018, Guangdong launched a program for training chefs in Cantonese cuisine to promote the catering industry. The program has involved about 1,200 catering companies, and 12,000 people were employed.
Chinese farming couple go viral on Tik Tok by dancing away depression
A Chinese farming couple has gone viral on video sharing platform Tik Tok by posting videos of themselves shuffle dancing in a field.