Business tycoon and 46 employees begin prostitution trial in Dongguan

On Wednesday, business tycoon Liang Yaohui and 46 of his employees began trial for allegedly organizing prostitution and destroying evidence. Read more >>

Guangzhou then and now: Elderly residents share stories of the past

No in-house toilets, selling foreign currency to the government and 'going down to the countryside': six born and bred residents describe the good ol' days. Read more >>

The eighth annual Latin Festival

On June 6, take part in the eighth Latin Festival at Guangzhou’s Canton Tower. Read more >>

Fei bar welcomes new all-female band S.H.E

Who run the world? Girls.

Burger Night at Ricci Creative Eats

Every Monday after 4pm enjoy one of Guangzhou's best burger deals at Ricci Creative Eats. Read more >>

Qidong Hengda Century Resort (Hengda Hotel) opening soon

Qidong Hengda Century Resort will be the first tourism complex by Hengda Hotel Group in the Yangtze River Delta region. Read more >>

Can chiropractic medicine help where other methods fail?

Spinal adjustment as a non-chemical and non-surgical alternative to pain. Read more >>

New general manager appointed at Holiday Inn Resort Hainan ClearWater Bay

InterContinental Hotels Group recently announced the appointment of Chris Wang as general manager of Holiday Inn Resort Hainan ClearWater Bay. Read more >>

Guangzhou then and now: The rise of Dongshan, the city's most affluent district

At a time when regular citizens were forbidden from living within the ancient walls, Dongshan started to flourish as a residential neighborhood for Chinese returning from overseas. Read more >>

Taiwanese aboriginal singer Hu Defu and his longing for a lost home

Across the Taiwan Strait, the 1950-born aborigine has been treated as a hero, a pioneer and a spiritual leader. Read more >>

Guangzhou then and now: Early 20th-century missionary Annie James and her incredible story

Through the Republican era, the Japanese invasion and the Communist revolution, one plucky evangelist refused to abandon the city. Opening a hospital, founding a Sunday school and adopting several orphans, she stayed at her post until authorities forcibly deported her. Read more >>

2 Broke Girls' Matthew Moy talks Asian Americans in Hollywood and his advice for opening a cupcake shop

Memorable roles for Asian actors are still few and far between in American television shows, but fortunately for Matthew Moy, his comedic turn as the bumbling restaurant proprietor in 2 Broke Girls is completely unforgettable. Read more >>

Baby proofing: How to choose the right contraception

Most couples have a need for family planning at some time in their reproductive lives, but which option is right for you? Read more >>

What's up Guangzhou: May 20-26

A look at what's up this week in Guangzhou. Read more >>

Places to pitch a tent in the PRD

Don't know where to go camping? Here are some places to get you started around the province. Read more >>

I Hate Therefore I Marry

A play about how despising someone is all part of being a family. Read more >>

Guangzhou then and now: Documenting public life in the 1910s and 1920s

A rare view of old Canton through New Zealand missionary snapshots Read more >>

Fitness: Three reasons why a workout buddy is a must

Do you have a training partner? If not, get one! It's one of the most important relationships when it comes to your health and fitness. Read more >>

Lutz Mueller appointed the GM of Wanda Vista Xishuangbann Resort

An announcement from the hotel world - Lutz Mueller has been appointed the General Manager of Wanda Vista Xishuangbann Resort. Read more >>

Travel: Has Venice lost some of its former luster?

The city of sighs is looking a lot more forlorn than it used to. Read more >>


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