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'Keeper Wang Suspended for Doggy Rant against Fans

Updated:1289442417Source:Agencies/Shanghai Daily

Chinese goalkeeper Wang Dalei was suspended by the Chinese delegation to the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou yesterday after he insulted soccer fans on his microblog.
South Korea Beats Jordan 4-0 in Guangzhou

Updated:1289441364Source:The Korea Herald

Koo Ja-cheol scored twice in the first half and Kim Bo-kyung and Cho Young-cheol added two goals in the second as Korea rallied to beat Jordan 4-0 in a Group C game at Yuexiu Stadium in Guangzhou on Wednesday.
Guangzhou Police Deny Targeting Africans

Updated:1289440655Source:Global Times

The public security department in Guangzhou denied allegations that they have been deporting scores of Africans and driving out Tibetans prior to the opening of the 2010 Asian Games.
Swiss Choir Visits Guangzhou
Swiss Choir Visits Guangzhou

Updated:1289368691Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

At the invitation of the Huangpu district government, a choir from the Swiss city of Göteborg city has returned to Guangzhou for a friendship exchange.
Asian Games Torch Tours Guangzhou
Asian Games Torch Tours Guangzhou

Updated:1289275976Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Starting at nine, the torch relay set off from Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall to the five-goat stone sculpture, Jiefang lu, Haizhu Square, over Haizhu bridge, down Nanhuadong lu, Binjiang lu, Yuejiang lu, to finally reach Pazhou Complex.
Huge Crowds Force Closure of ASIAD Food Festival
Huge Crowds Force Closure of ASIAD Food Festival

Updated:1289274838Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

The ASIAD food festival, initially scheduled to closed on November 14th, was forced to closed yesterday (November 8th) due to the unexpected and overwhelming number of visitors.
Trial Operations Begin on APM in Zhujiang New Town
Trial Operations Begin on APM in Zhujiang New Town

Updated:1289199169Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Trial operations started this afternoon (Nov. 8th) on Guangzhou's new automated metro line dubbed APM. This is the first automatic metro to operate in China and it shall run every 7 minutes between Chigang Pagoda and Linhe Xi.
Lingnan Tong Transport Cards Valid Across the PRD
Lingnan Tong Transport Cards Valid Across the PRD

Updated:1289198616Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

The Lingnan Tong card is a rechargeable contactless smart card used in electronic payment system and valid in Guangzhou, Foshan, Zhaoqing, Jiangmen and Shanwei. This new card shall gradually replace the Yangcheng Tong card used in individual cities.
30,000 Visitors to Asian Games Food Festival
30,000 Visitors to Asian Games Food Festival

Updated:1289193189Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

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.
Cash Subsidy Replaces Free Ride in Guangzhou
Cash Subsidy Replaces Free Ride in Guangzhou

Updated:1289182498Source:China Daily

Each household with permanent residence registration in the provincial capital of Guangdong will be offered 150 yuan (USD22) in cash subsidies for commuting purposes.
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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.

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