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  1. Charter Flights to Taiwan Available in National Days

    China's Southern Airlines will open Guangzhou-Taipei charter flights for 9 days during the National Day Holiday. Taiwan residents with valid identity certificate can enjoy the super low ticket price with only RMB 2400 for a round trip.

  2. Deal Signed to Avoid Double Taxation for HK Citizens

    HK government has claimed a victory for Hong Kong residents and businesses operating in the mainland, signing an agreement with Beijing that will eliminate double taxation and pave the way for more mainland investment through HK.

  3. Residents in Panyu to Use Natural Gas From October

    This October, residents in Yingbin Road in Panyu will use liquefied natural gas (LNG), imported from Australia. The setup-change plan for natural gas was approved by a panel of experts in official discussions yesterday.

  4. Residential Power Supply Remains Stable

    Many Guangzhou residents fear their power supply will be affected by the recent overhaul of the Huangpu power plant. However, according to the director the plant, the generator will come into service on Aug. 16, two days earlier than expected.

  5. Shenzhen Residents "Cooking with Gas"

    Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) will flow to over 1,400 Shenzhen households in the Futian District from tomorrow (Aug. 12). By the end of this year, households of Guangzhou, Foshan and Dongguan will also use this clean and green energy.

  6. Guangzhou Incomes Up 8 Percent in First Half

    Per capita average income of urban residents reached a record 17,440 yuan (US$2,180) in Guangzhou in the first six months of this year.

  7. Community Hospitals To Be The First Choice

    Presidents of seven major hospitals in Guangzhou, including Guangdong People's Hospital recently gathered to sign co-operation agreements to provide medical assistance.

  8. Typhoon Kaemi Costs 1.2 Billion Yuan in Losses in GD

    As of July 30, typhoon Kaemi had claimed 5 lives and caused over 1.2 billion Yuan in losses in Guangdong, affecting more than 2.9 million residents.

  9. City Residents Earn and Spend More

  10. SAR Online Application Extended

    Starting this month, Shenzhen residents below 18 and public servants can apply online for Hong Kong and Macao trael permit, the city's public security bureau announced Thursday.

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