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China slashes British foreign secretary's Hong Kong comments

China on Wednesday expressed strong dissatisfaction with and firm opposition to the recent comments on Hong Kong made by British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, urging him to stop wanton interference in Hong Kong affairs.

Attack on HK legislature a 'political act' with 'hidden agenda'

Lawyers in Hong Kong joined on Wednesday the wide condemnation against the violent takeover of the city legislative chambers, saying in a statement that it "had crossed the line of freedom of expression and could be deemed a political act with a hidden agenda".

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Infographics | Guangdong tops the construction of the Greater Bay Area

Guangdong's GDP is estimated to exceed 10 trillion yuan this year, announced Ma Xingrui, the Governnor of Guangdong when delivering 2019 government work report in the province’s annual legislative session on January 28th.

Are you ready for rubbish classification?

From July 1st, people living in Shanghai are required to sort their waste into four categories. Individuals, including visitors, can be fined up to 200 yuan for sorting their rubbish improperly, while companies and institutions can be fined up to 50,000 yuan.

Guangdong, Macao mull reciprocity on professional qualifications

South China's Guangdong province and Macao Special Administrative Region are studying the possibility of recognizing each other's professional qualification certificates between the two regions in the months to come.

GZ-DG-SZ Intercity Railway to open at the end of September

All 15 stations of the Guangzhou-Dongguan-Shenzhen Intercity Railway are now complete, with the line set for a timely opening on September 30th. During first period of running, the intercity railway will provide skip-stop service, reducing travel time to just 40 minutes from Shenzhen airport to Guangzhou.

First typhoon of year disrupts flights, shipping in Hainan

Typhoon Mun made landfall on Hainan Island early on Wednesday morning, bringing heavy rain and winds and disrupting flights and shipping.

China slashes British foreign secretary's Hong Kong comments

China on Wednesday expressed strong dissatisfaction with and firm opposition to the recent comments on Hong Kong made by British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, urging him to stop wanton interference in Hong Kong affairs.

China to further improve business environment, open up wider

China will further improve its business environment and expand opening-up, Premier Li Keqiang has said.

Tel Aviv holds cultural events to celebrate shared experience of Chinese and Jewish people along ancient Silk Road

A series of cultural events were held in Tel Aviv Tuesday in celebration of the shared experience of the Chinese and Jewish people along the ancient Silk Road.

Vodafone launches 5G service in UK using Huawei equipment

Vodafone UK on Wednesday switched on its 5G service, becoming the second UK mobile operator to turn on its 5G network relying on Huawei equipment.

Apple to shift Mac Pro production to China from US: report

Apple will manufacture its new Mac Pro computer in China, shifting the production of its only major device assembled in the US to China, according to The Wall Street Journal on Friday.

Are you ready for rubbish classification?

From July 1st, people living in Shanghai are required to sort their waste into four categories. Individuals, including visitors, can be fined up to 200 yuan for sorting their rubbish improperly, while companies and institutions can be fined up to 50,000 yuan.

GZ-DG-SZ Intercity Railway to open at the end of September

All 15 stations of the Guangzhou-Dongguan-Shenzhen Intercity Railway are now complete, with the line set for a timely opening on September 30th. During first period of running, the intercity railway will provide skip-stop service, reducing travel time to just 40 minutes from Shenzhen airport to Guangzhou.

Huizhou to promote "2+1" industrial clusters in the GBA

Due to its traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) resources and its industrial development in petrochemicals and electronic information, Huizhou has already laid solid foundations for a so-called "2+1" modern industrial system.
Culture & Tradition

Art tour highlights various arts forms in Greater Bay Area

A total of 10 shows by artists from Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macao, and overseas countries were staged at Guangdong Arts Theatre in Guangzhou on June 30, marking the beginning of an art tour.

Dragon Boat Festival held in Chebei, south China's Guangdong

Chebei is an ancient village with a history of more than 1,000 years and over 200,000 permanent residents in Guangzhou, south China's Guangdong province. The Chebei Village Dragon Boat is listed as the intangible cultural heritage of Guangzhou.
Living in Guangdong

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