Richard Dedomenici is an artist, raconteur, and — more recently — a filmmaker. He has performed in 22 countries and regions, and this year, he came to Guangzhou with Forest Fringe, an community of artists.
In December, a document was screened in Guangzhou to share the experience of a group of young people seeking rice from mountainous areas. They spent three years in the villages around the southwest China, which got them involved in the production.
Lifeofguangzhou.com has recently interviewed Peter Pronk, a Dutch businessman working in China for years to help the Western businesspeople doing business in China. He is now the CEO of 1421 Business Consulting Co,. Ltd.
Aude Henneville and her band paid their first visit to China and gave an excellent performance in Xinghai in May. Xinghai conducted an interview with this famous musician as an added bonus for the loving fans!
Southeastern Asia students from Jinan University joined a reading salon in the Memorial Museum of Generalissimo Sun Yat-sen’s Mansion last Sat. afternoon, studying The Three Kingdoms through cigarette cards.
What happens when foreigners come face-to-face with Chinese folk culture? After having their interest piqued by the legendary figure Boluo, six foreigners from different countries gathered together to visit the Nanhai God Temple in Huangpu on Friday.
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.