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David's Asiad: Under the Protection of Water
David's Asiad: Under the Protection of Water

Updated:1289958751Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Netizens have already begun mentioning that the tragedy occurred only weeks after the end of the 2010 Shanghai World Expo, just as the CCTV Tower had burnt after the 2008 Beijing Olympics. What’s next?
Buying silk from Guangzhou

Updated:1289894056Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

I wonder if you can help? I am American. I read about your traditional method of making SILK, with natural dyes, and this is very interesting to me.
New Look Website

Updated:1289891063Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

I really do like the "new look." Great job, congratulations.
David's Asiad: Volunteers at Your Doorstep
David's Asiad: Volunteers at Your Doorstep

Updated:1289870202Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

The enthusiasm and dedication of many volunteers should make Guangzhou proud of its youth. This may come as a surprise to many people who have imagined modern day China as fundamentally money-focused.
David's Asiad: The Steps at the Top of the Tower
David's Asiad: The Steps at the Top of the Tower

Updated:1289718613Source:Lifeofguangzhou

The only thing on my mind was to get as high up as possible, and being with the designer obviously helps. I felt as if I was looking at a map of the whole city while simultaneously being in it - a strange sensation.
David's Asiad: A Show Hard to Decipher
David's Asiad: A Show Hard to Decipher

Updated:1289634885Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Admittedly, we learned of the importance of the Pearl River and that the Kapok flower is Guangzhou's flower (maybe the most impressive and beautiful part of the show itself), yet all these were only distant symbols of what Guangzhou really is.
David's Asiad: Beyond Guangzhou's Big Day
David's Asiad: Beyond Guangzhou's Big Day

Updated:1289557775Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

But today, as the 16th Asian Games open, my eyes are on November 27th, and on the new city that will emerge. After all, when the dignitaries fly home and the officials return to their offices, the city is ours to enjoy.
Where is the Ronghua Restaurant?

Updated:1288593790Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

In the article on the Yunfeng Cantonese Opera troupe, you mention the Ronghua Lou Restaurant. I am a visitor to Guangzhou and cannot find the location of this restaurant.
China Hakka Museum

Updated:1288593668Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

May you can help me to find the address of the China Hakka Museum in Meizhou. I am especially interested in Hakka art skulpture (showing aninimals).
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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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