Shunde of Foshan city, west of Guangzhou, saw the launch of an interesting breaking-up museum. The museum was drawn on the inspiration of other ones around the world and has begun soliciting ex's presents.
With a clear goal in mind and a big ambition in heart, Lucas Loh, 30, strode out of his comfort zone as a civil servant in Singapore to pursue his career in the business which he believed would definitely take him to the global arena of business.
With his hunger for success, the former military man has risen from sales representative to CEO of Carlsberg China. Now, taking the helm of the world's leading brewer brand, Stephen has a new goal sight, in the biggest beer market of the world.
The 29-year-old Cantonese Wu Yifan has manifested his love for the sport and the shoes by crafting hundreds of mini basketball shoe models with play dough, ceramic and polymer clay throughout the past decade.
Now, leading the garment manufacturing kingdom with an annual production of 10 million pieces, Selcuk says his China dream has just begun as the smart businessman sets his sights on the consumer market of the world's 2nd biggest economy.
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.