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Guangzhou Culture

Culture and history - The Museum of the Mausoleum of the Nanyue King

The Museum of the Mausoleum of the Nanyue King should be the one place for you to explore the cultural origin of Guangzhou. Housing over 10,000 pieces of precious relics, including a wide range of materials such as copper, iron, gold, silver, lead, pottery, jade; a complete range of rites and music, weapons, food, clothing, etc., this museum represents the economic, political and cultural development in Guangzhou and the Lingnan region during the Qin and Han Dynasties.

Chen Clan Ancestral Hall:Artisan spirit - Ingenuity Exquisite

Built on orders from Emperor Guangxu 14th in the Qing Dynasty, the distinctive Lingnan architectural style of this academic temple amazes the world. Still in its original shape, the hall consists of a complex structure including 19 buildings with nine halls and six courtyards which are connected by corridors, emphasizing the majestic spirit. The buildings are famous for their exquisite and mythical decorations, such as the brick carvings of historical figures. The temple also functions as a museum under the auspices of Guangdong Folk Arts Museum, exhibiting a variety of folk arts and crafts.

Redtory ‘Art + Design Factory’:Creativity - fashion icon

Originally built in 1956, this canning factory has been reformed into an international creative industry space. The personality of Guangzhou shines through, with a pioneering spirit and the determination to protect old traditions. The abandoned old industrial factory buildings have been revitalized as a ‘LOFT’ to display a new modern life that is environmentally friendly and inspires creative people. Saving the memories of the city from one old generation and cherishing the creativity of a new one, creative life blooms on every traditional ground.

Guangzhou Culture

Culture and history - The Museum of the Mausoleum of the Nanyue King

The Museum of the Mausoleum of the Nanyue King should be the one place for you to explore the cultural origin of Guangzhou. Housing over 10,000 pieces of precious relics, including a wide range of materials such as copper, iron, gold, silver, lead, pottery, jade; a complete range of rites and music, weapons, food, clothing, etc., this museum represents the economic, political and cultural development in Guangzhou and the Lingnan region during the Qin and Han Dynasties.

Chen Clan Ancestral Hall:Artisan spirit - Ingenuity Exquisite

Built on orders from Emperor Guangxu 14th in the Qing Dynasty, the distinctive Lingnan architectural style of this academic temple amazes the world. Still in its original shape, the hall consists of a complex structure including 19 buildings with nine halls and six courtyards which are connected by corridors, emphasizing the majestic spirit. The buildings are famous for their exquisite and mythical decorations, such as the brick carvings of historical figures. The temple also functions as a museum under the auspices of Guangdong Folk Arts Museum, exhibiting a variety of folk arts and crafts.

Redtory ‘Art + Design Factory’:Creativity - fashion icon

Originally built in 1956, this canning factory has been reformed into an international creative industry space. The personality of Guangzhou shines through, with a pioneering spirit and the determination to protect old traditions. The abandoned old industrial factory buildings have been revitalized as a ‘LOFT’ to display a new modern life that is environmentally friendly and inspires creative people. Saving the memories of the city from one old generation and cherishing the creativity of a new one, creative life blooms on every traditional ground.

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Guangzhou Dining

Eating in Guangzhou: a taste of China

“Except the plane and the stool, Guangzhou people eat everything in the sky and on the earth.” From this common saying, we can get some idea of the variety of Guangzhou’s delicacies. From traditional dim sum to boundary-hopping global cuisine, tradition meets innovation in Guangzhou’s dynamic food scene. The cuisine here uses a wide range of ingredients from the sky, the earth, and the water. It also uses seasonings sparingly. Compared with other Chinese cuisines, the local dishes use few thick spicy dressings in order to keep from masking the original taste of the food.

Cantonese cuisine: enjoining the world’s delights

Experience one of the eight traditional Chinese cuisines that uses rich ingredients with careful selection, light, tasty, fresh and unconventional, tender but not raw, oily but not greasy. The Cantonese cuisine is famous for its stir-fry, braised, grilled, and baked styles, and always includes five flavors and six tastes. The ‘secrets’ behind tasting Cantonese dishes is knowing about “wok hei” (searing heat), “zou qing” (no spring onions), “jia di” (more rice or noodles), and/or “gan chao” (dry frying).

Morning Tea: the right way to start your day and live your life

A pot of tea, a bowl of porridge, a few small baskets of dim-sum, and chatting about anything with a few friends. It may sound like a dream for some, but this was the reality of Guangzhou’s daily routine during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng. Fresh shrimp dumplings? Juicy ribs with sauce?  Fresh and delicious soup? Experience the famous morning tea to start your day and live your life in Guangzhou.

Guangzhou Dining

Eating in Guangzhou: a taste of China

“Except the plane and the stool, Guangzhou people eat everything in the sky and on the earth.” From this common saying, we can get some idea of the variety of Guangzhou’s delicacies. From traditional dim sum to boundary-hopping global cuisine, tradition meets innovation in Guangzhou’s dynamic food scene. The cuisine here uses a wide range of ingredients from the sky, the earth, and the water. It also uses seasonings sparingly. Compared with other Chinese cuisines, the local dishes use few thick spicy dressings in order to keep from masking the original taste of the food.

Cantonese cuisine: enjoining the world’s delights

Experience one of the eight traditional Chinese cuisines that uses rich ingredients with careful selection, light, tasty, fresh and unconventional, tender but not raw, oily but not greasy. The Cantonese cuisine is famous for its stir-fry, braised, grilled, and baked styles, and always includes five flavors and six tastes. The ‘secrets’ behind tasting Cantonese dishes is knowing about “wok hei” (searing heat), “zou qing” (no spring onions), “jia di” (more rice or noodles), and/or “gan chao” (dry frying).

Morning Tea: the right way to start your day and live your life

A pot of tea, a bowl of porridge, a few small baskets of dim-sum, and chatting about anything with a few friends. It may sound like a dream for some, but this was the reality of Guangzhou’s daily routine during the reign of Emperor Xianfeng. Fresh shrimp dumplings? Juicy ribs with sauce?  Fresh and delicious soup? Experience the famous morning tea to start your day and live your life in Guangzhou.

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Guangzhou Education

Higher education: A hundred schools of thought.

Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center (HEMC) is built along the Pear River and located on Xiaoguwei Island in Panyu District, facing Pazhou island. It resides next to historic landmarks such as the Republic of China Military Academy, 1911 Revolution Memorial Hall, an accumulation of rich cultural heritage, various scientific research and academic exchanges. Being the center of scientific research and innovation, HEMC promotes Guangzhou’s talent training. It is also surrounded by a beautiful green environment with big trees and convenient supporting facilities. Many prestigious universities are located here, including Sun Yat-sen University, South China University of Technology and the Guangdong University of Technology.

Elementary Education: a long history

With its geographical advantage, Guangzhou attracts talent from all over the world. First, it grew the Baiyue culture before continuing to build upon its academic culture of classical learning. Nowadays, the Guangzhou educational institution uses a strategy of “attracting externally” and “developing internally” of talent to build a higher level of education and develop an advanced elementary education team. Education leads the future. Municipal campus reconstruction projects have already started with talent development training programs to accelerate the transformation of teaching and research achievements, and additional allocation of 35,000 available spaces to meet the needs of China’s two-child policy. In Guangzhou, both public education or private schools promise a wonderful future.

Guangzhou Education

Higher education: A hundred schools of thought.

Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center (HEMC) is built along the Pear River and located on Xiaoguwei Island in Panyu District, facing Pazhou island. It resides next to historic landmarks such as the Republic of China Military Academy, 1911 Revolution Memorial Hall, an accumulation of rich cultural heritage, various scientific research and academic exchanges. Being the center of scientific research and innovation, HEMC promotes Guangzhou’s talent training. It is also surrounded by a beautiful green environment with big trees and convenient supporting facilities. Many prestigious universities are located here, including Sun Yat-sen University, South China University of Technology and the Guangdong University of Technology.

Elementary Education: a long history

With its geographical advantage, Guangzhou attracts talent from all over the world. First, it grew the Baiyue culture before continuing to build upon its academic culture of classical learning. Nowadays, the Guangzhou educational institution uses a strategy of “attracting externally” and “developing internally” of talent to build a higher level of education and develop an advanced elementary education team. Education leads the future. Municipal campus reconstruction projects have already started with talent development training programs to accelerate the transformation of teaching and research achievements, and additional allocation of 35,000 available spaces to meet the needs of China’s two-child policy. In Guangzhou, both public education or private schools promise a wonderful future.

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Guangzhou Leisure

Pearl River by night: prosperous on both sides of the river

Enjoy a magical, moonlit cruise along the largest river in Guangzhou – Pearl River. Immerse yourself in the serene atmosphere as city lights reflect on the calm waters. Then stroll along the pristine waterfront and breathe in the cool air as you see Canton tower elevating out of the Yangcheng skyline and lighting up the night sky in Guangzhou. With lanterns along the river, the colorful lighting from the many cruise ships makes a beautiful night panorama – adding to the glamor and charm of this city.

Chimelong Safari Park: intimate contact between human and nature

Get closer to nature with your family as baby pandas entertain and zebras dazzle you. Lauded as China’s world-class safari park, Chimelong Safari Park boasts the world’s largest collection of wildlife in the world’s largest safari theme park, and breeds more than 500 rare animals.

Baishuizhai Waterfall(Zengcheng): natural oxygen bar

China's largest waterfall, dropping from 428.5 meters, has the greatest concentration of anion in Guangdong Province, making Baishuizhai Scenic Spot a natural oxygen bar. Within the original forest, wetlands and Tianchi Canyon, the rare natural resources of Guangdong can be found. Beautiful with quiet surroundings near mountains and waters, it embodies a forest that oozes power, wonder, danger, and elegance.  There are rare natural ecological resources in Guangdong, such as an old-growth forest, ford and wetlands, gorge and Tianchi, etc. With such a quiet and beautiful environment, surrounded by mountains, Baishuizhai reflects a rare, danger, majestic, and beauty all in one. It is regarded as a magnificent emerald in the ‘Tropic of Cancer’.

Guangzhou Leisure

Pearl River by night: prosperous on both sides of the river

Enjoy a magical, moonlit cruise along the largest river in Guangzhou – Pearl River. Immerse yourself in the serene atmosphere as city lights reflect on the calm waters. Then stroll along the pristine waterfront and breathe in the cool air as you see Canton tower elevating out of the Yangcheng skyline and lighting up the night sky in Guangzhou. With lanterns along the river, the colorful lighting from the many cruise ships makes a beautiful night panorama – adding to the glamor and charm of this city.

Chimelong Safari Park: intimate contact between human and nature

Get closer to nature with your family as baby pandas entertain and zebras dazzle you. Lauded as China’s world-class safari park, Chimelong Safari Park boasts the world’s largest collection of wildlife in the world’s largest safari theme park, and breeds more than 500 rare animals.

Baishuizhai Waterfall(Zengcheng): natural oxygen bar

China's largest waterfall, dropping from 428.5 meters, has the greatest concentration of anion in Guangdong Province, making Baishuizhai Scenic Spot a natural oxygen bar. Within the original forest, wetlands and Tianchi Canyon, the rare natural resources of Guangdong can be found. Beautiful with quiet surroundings near mountains and waters, it embodies a forest that oozes power, wonder, danger, and elegance.  There are rare natural ecological resources in Guangdong, such as an old-growth forest, ford and wetlands, gorge and Tianchi, etc. With such a quiet and beautiful environment, surrounded by mountains, Baishuizhai reflects a rare, danger, majestic, and beauty all in one. It is regarded as a magnificent emerald in the ‘Tropic of Cancer’.

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Guangzhou Living

Housing: A mix of modern and traditional

Walking into the compounds, you are met with different architectural styles. Traditional elements are common in this modern city. Well-preserved, old-style residential buildings, convenient lift apartments, luxury residential compounds. Whatever your ideal residence of choice, Guangzhou has it all.

Real estate: value for money through great housing policy

Although a first-tier city, the house prices in Guangzhou only ranks No. 5 in China and has been named as a ‘liveable city’ with its comprehensive and convenient facilities, and reasonable cost of living. The government's great policies for talent will also help you to work away from your "home", if you decide to start your career in this city.

Guangzhou Living

Housing: A mix of modern and traditional

Walking into the compounds, you are met with different architectural styles. Traditional elements are common in this modern city. Well-preserved, old-style residential buildings, convenient lift apartments, luxury residential compounds. Whatever your ideal residence of choice, Guangzhou has it all.

Real estate: value for money through great housing policy

Although a first-tier city, the house prices in Guangzhou only ranks No. 5 in China and has been named as a ‘liveable city’ with its comprehensive and convenient facilities, and reasonable cost of living. The government's great policies for talent will also help you to work away from your "home", if you decide to start your career in this city.

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Guangzhou Science and Technology

Chinese Academy of Sciences Guangzhou Branch (CAS): the backbone of R&D

Here, you will find the home of a tunnel kiln production line of the world's first rare earth sulphide colorant agent, a successful global ethanol-based industrial demonstration project, and core equipment for deep resource exploration. Now, over 3,000 scientists and technicians work at the Guangzhou branch of CAS to turn scientific research achievements into industrial production capacity. This branch has formed nine research directions, including new energy, renewable energy, and new materials – deeply impacting the chemical industry.

Guangzhou Science City: rapid development of science and technology

Wondering where the most representative Science Park in Guangzhou is? Then make sure you come to the knowledge-intensive area of Guangzhou Science City. Research and development for hi-tech industries, manufacturing, micro-electronics, computers and modern communication technologies is advancing with lightning speed and its strength cannot be underestimated. As a demonstration base for the hi-tech industry in Guangzhou, Guangzhou Science City has attracted hundreds of well-known enterprises, and continues to do so.

Guangdong Science Center: the city’s name card

A major science center established in 2008, this large-scale comprehensive science venue is located in the Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center (HEMC). With a mission to improve peoples’ scientific and cultural accomplishments, this popular science center holds multiple functions in terms of science education, scientific and technological achievement shows, international academic exchanges and normal science visitors. Primary and secondary students, exchange scholars and visitors come to get closer to science and embrace the future.

Guangzhou Science and Technology

Chinese Academy of Sciences Guangzhou Branch (CAS): the backbone of R&D

Here, you will find the home of a tunnel kiln production line of the world's first rare earth sulphide colorant agent, a successful global ethanol-based industrial demonstration project, and core equipment for deep resource exploration. Now, over 3,000 scientists and technicians work at the Guangzhou branch of CAS to turn scientific research achievements into industrial production capacity. This branch has formed nine research directions, including new energy, renewable energy, and new materials – deeply impacting the chemical industry.

Guangzhou Science City: rapid development of science and technology

Wondering where the most representative Science Park in Guangzhou is? Then make sure you come to the knowledge-intensive area of Guangzhou Science City. Research and development for hi-tech industries, manufacturing, micro-electronics, computers and modern communication technologies is advancing with lightning speed and its strength cannot be underestimated. As a demonstration base for the hi-tech industry in Guangzhou, Guangzhou Science City has attracted hundreds of well-known enterprises, and continues to do so.

Guangdong Science Center: the city’s name card

A major science center established in 2008, this large-scale comprehensive science venue is located in the Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center (HEMC). With a mission to improve peoples’ scientific and cultural accomplishments, this popular science center holds multiple functions in terms of science education, scientific and technological achievement shows, international academic exchanges and normal science visitors. Primary and secondary students, exchange scholars and visitors come to get closer to science and embrace the future.

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Guangzhou Transportation

Baiyun International Airport: A global transportation hub

Protruding from the center of Baiyun Airport square is a sculpture in the shape of wings and the tail-end of a plane, symbolizing the boundless flights from Guangzhou to the five continents of the world. Every day, over 200 flights take off and land here, transporting travelers from more than 40 countries and regions all over the world. Built in the last century, Baiyun International Airport is one of the three major international hub airports in China, also known as the national "Silk Road in the Sky”. In 2018, planning was confirmed for the development of a second airport in Zengcheng District, emphasizing its advantageous location.

Railway: Convenient transportation

With the development of the national railways, Guangzhou’s railway network hub will connect the entire country and establish connections to Southeast Asia. Zengcheng, also described as the ‘Golden Corridor’, sits on the east coast of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone to make up a comprehensive transport system with 5 railway lines and 4 inter-city railway lines already confirmed.

Subway: Spreading to make life convenient

Departing from Zengcheng, there are 13 metro lines available taking you to any corner of Guangzhou, with female friendly passenger compartments available. The subway utilizes a stage fare system. The longer the journey the more you pay. Faster to ride than a taxi to many popular spots, you can use the subway to tour Guangzhou, whether you want to go shopping or visit the top amusement park.

Guangzhou Transportation

Baiyun International Airport: A global transportation hub

Protruding from the center of Baiyun Airport square is a sculpture in the shape of wings and the tail-end of a plane, symbolizing the boundless flights from Guangzhou to the five continents of the world. Every day, over 200 flights take off and land here, transporting travelers from more than 40 countries and regions all over the world. Built in the last century, Baiyun International Airport is one of the three major international hub airports in China, also known as the national "Silk Road in the Sky”. In 2018, planning was confirmed for the development of a second airport in Zengcheng District, emphasizing its advantageous location.

Railway: Convenient transportation

With the development of the national railways, Guangzhou’s railway network hub will connect the entire country and establish connections to Southeast Asia. Zengcheng, also described as the ‘Golden Corridor’, sits on the east coast of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone to make up a comprehensive transport system with 5 railway lines and 4 inter-city railway lines already confirmed.

Subway: Spreading to make life convenient

Departing from Zengcheng, there are 13 metro lines available taking you to any corner of Guangzhou, with female friendly passenger compartments available. The subway utilizes a stage fare system. The longer the journey the more you pay. Faster to ride than a taxi to many popular spots, you can use the subway to tour Guangzhou, whether you want to go shopping or visit the top amusement park.

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Guangzhou Living In
China’s third largest city is located along the south coastline of China. Guangzhou is the capital city of Guangdong, and the southern gateway for international trade.