Diplomacy week promotes relationship between Guangdong and the world
A total of 130 representatives from 25 foreign countries and over 50 consular officers in Guangzhou are taking part in the 2019 Guangdong Public Diplomacy Week from August 20th to 25th in Guangdong.
Chinese doctors provide free medical services in Africa
File photo shows members of the 21st Chinese medical aid to Tunisia pose for a photo in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia.
Chinese folk song performed at Times Square of New York
People wearing Chinese folk costumes sing Chinese folk song at Times Square of New York, the United States, on Aug. 10, 2019.
Chinese workers overcome harsh conditions for China-Laos connectivity project
Rainy season in the Namor District of Oudomxay Province, some 400 km north of the Lao capital Vientiane, is relatively cool in late July, while at the Ban Konlouang Tunnel construction site, located inside mountains there, Chinese workers are sweating.
Shenzhen-ASEAN trade hits 184.13 billion yuan
Trade volume between Shenzhen and ASEAN countries totaled 184.13 billion yuan (US$26.53 billion) in the first half of 2019, an increase of 2.5 percent over the same period last year.
China, ASEAN countries make progress on COC, vow broader cooperation
China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries have made crucial progress in talks on a widely-anticipated Code of Conduct (COC).
Italian exhibition on the Beauty of Knowledge ongoing in Guangzhou
A special exhibition featuring the relationship between scientific research, innovation and quality of life is being held at the Guangdong Science Center in Guangzhou until August 31.
CISV teens get a dose of modern and traditional Guangdong
“Wo Ai Guangzhou (我爱广州)!” shouted over 100 teenagers in the Guangzhou Urban Planning Exhibition Center after a one-day trip to Guangzhou.
Australian national Mark Eames' entrepreneurship story in Nansha
Mark Eames and his family hailing from Australia received their permanent residence from the Nansha government in November of last year. They then set up their own company within just half a year, with assistance from the government and many preferential policies.
Aussie families experience Chinese culture in National Museum of Australia
As children and their parents were making paper dragons or lions, some seniors sat down to enjoy Chinese dances and songs in the National Museum of Australia on Sunday, when the Chinese Festival Day attracted thousands of visitors.