The Guangzhou Food Festival opened at Liuhua complex on Saturday (November 6th), attracting over 30.000 visitors in just one day. This food festival is the largest one in Guangzhou's history covering 15,000 square meters.
Six pandas eat their food in Guangzhou Xiangjiang Safari Park after they arrived their early Thursday morning, Oct 28, 2010. The pandas, four male and two female, will join the six pandas already in the park to form an "Asian Games Panda Group".
The "drifting diary" is a diary passed along from one stranger to another. People who have interest in it first send their location and contact information, such as phone number or e-mail address, to the organizer via the Internet.
The artifacts were spread over 8,000 square meters and include china, pottery, copper, iron, pencil stone and jade dating back to the Western and Eastern Han Dynasty, the Sui Dynastry and the Tang Dynasty.
The Guangdong Railway Enthusiasts' Association has organized the first railway exhibition in Guangzhou. On display at Wenhua Park, visitors can admire beautiful models of famous trains, including the Guangzhou-Shenzhen double-decker train etc.
In a major step to ensure good air quality during the upcoming Asian Games in Guangzhou, Guangdong provincial authorities have decided to ban street barbeque stalls in 11 cities between Nov 1 and Dec 20.
Security checks will start being carried out tomorrow (Oct. 28th) at all metro stations, ferry terminals and at Baiyun International Airport. All luggage shall be put through an X-ray machine and passengers will be searched at random.
Lifeofguangzhou.com picks some of the best Cantonese-style souvenirs for you – including those famous pieces as well as lighter and and comparatively cheap items but still with that defining Cantonese character.