How a foreigner participates in fighting against pandemic in Guangzhou
Nuckcheddy Parvez is a businessman from Mauritius. He has lived in Guangzhou for three years. When a COVID-19 case was reported in Luopu Community, Panyu District, he registered as a volunteer immediately. Since the end of May, he has been providing volunteer services to the residents of Luopu community.
China launches first crewed mission for space station construction
China on Thursday launched the crewed spacecraft Shenzhou-12, which is expected to send three astronauts to its space station core module Tianhe for a three-month mission.
GBA goes in the right direction: Martin Fleischer, Consul General of Germany in Guangzhou
"There are many things I like about Guangzhou and Guangdong," Martin Fleischer, Consul General of Germany in Guangzhou, said he loves the pleasant weather, delicious food and diversity in Guangdong. "But what impresses me most are the people, they can be pretty relaxed and can be pretty cool, and that's admirable."
China beat Syria to reach final round of WC Asian Qualifiers
China secured a spot in the final round of FIFA World Cup Asian zone Qualifiers after beating Syria 3-1 here on Tuesday.
Guangzhou postpones high school entrance exam over COVID-19
Authorities in Guangzhou, the capital of south China's Guangdong Province, announced Monday that the local senior high school entrance examination scheduled for June 20-22 would be postponed to July over COVID-19.
More people may benefit from vaccines
China's COVID-19 vaccines can provide protection against very dangerous variants, public health experts said on Friday as the country considers expanding the use of inoculations to cover more children and the elderly.
Online exhibitions to get lost in
The three-day Dragon Boat Festival holiday will be a good chance for you to take a break from your job, the routine, wander through the art world and relive stress.
Tasting Guangdong lychee, a sweet bite of China
Lychee, as an ingredient and a raw material for cooking, is full of possibilities and can make a variety of dishes, according to Martin Yan, a famous Chinese-American chef and the host of the cooking show "Yan Can Cook."
High-tech power boosts Guangzhou's anti-pandemic battle
In this round of the race against COVID-19 in Guangzhou, numerous high-tech enterprises and institutions joined forces to give a hand to the frontline efforts with their respective cutting-edge technologies.
Over 200,000 foreigners in China receive vaccinations
More than 200,000 foreigners in China have received COVID-19 vaccinations as Beijing made efforts to guarantee the work, life and study of foreigners in the nation and build an effective shield from the virus, Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said on Thursday.
Prizes! How we share health & happiness in COVID-19 fight in GD
Have you recorded any impressive, touching moments of this period via text, photos or videos?
China prepares to launch Shenzhou-12 manned spaceship
The combination of the Shenzhou-12 manned spaceship and a Long March-2F carrier rocket has been transferred to the launching area, the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA) said Wednesday.
Shenzhen aims to double per capita GDP by 2035
Shenzhen's economic output and gross domestic product per capita in 2035 will double from 2020, according to the city's outline for its 14th five-year plan and its long-term targets for 2035, which were released on Wednesday.
Temporary dorms built within 3 days to house 2000 front-line COVID-19 workers
In the wee small hours of June 8, cranes were busy constructing temporary dormitories in a marked area on Qiaozi Street in Guangzhou's Liwan District, where most locally transmitted cases were reported over the past days.
China steps up efforts for minor protection
A circular has been issued by the State Council to enhance the protection of juveniles in China, a senior official said on Tuesday.