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  1. Australian Visa Application Centre in Guangzhou Opens

    The Australian Visa Application Centre (AVAC) opened from August 19, 2013, offering service for residents in the 7 Chinese provinces Guangdong, Fujian, Hunan, Yunnan, Guangxi, Guizhou and Hainan.

  2. Australian Visa Application Centre in Guangzhou Opens

    The Australian Visa Application Centre (AVAC) opened from August 19, 2013, offering service for residents in the 7 Chinese provinces Guangdong, Fujian, Hunan, Yunnan, Guangxi, Guizhou and Hainan.

  3. Australian Visa Application Centre in Guangzhou Opens

    The Australian Visa Application Centre (AVAC) opened from August 19, 2013, offering service for residents in the 7 Chinese provinces Guangdong, Fujian, Hunan, Yunnan, Guangxi, Guizhou and Hainan.

  4. Temporary Population in GZ Hit 6,660,000 in 2012

    The number of the temporary residents registered in Guangzhou has reached 6,660,000 in 2012, doubled that of 8 years ago,according to a report by Southern Metropolis Daily on July 12.

  5. Temporary Population in GZ Hit 6,660,000 in 2012

    The number of the temporary residents registered in Guangzhou has reached 6,660,000 in 2012, doubled that of 8 years ago,according to a report by Southern Metropolis Daily on July 12.

  6. Residents Outraged over Removal of Old Stone Slabs

    One of the most famous streets in the city has attracted great attention recently, as residents there were reported to have confronted with a construction team in an effort to safeguard the cultural stone slabs of pavement.

  7. Residents Outraged over Removal of Old Stone Slabs

    One of the most famous streets in the city has attracted great attention recently, as residents there were reported to have confronted with a construction team in an effort to safeguard the cultural stone slabs of pavement.

  8. Most "Accessible" Sidewalks Not So Accessible to the Blind

    Although Guangzhou is among the domestic cities which enjoy the highest coverage of accessible sidewalks, few of these sidewalks are actually helpful to the city's blind residents.

  9. Most "Accessible" Sidewalks Not So Accessible to the Blind

    Although Guangzhou is among the domestic cities which enjoy the highest coverage of accessible sidewalks, few of these sidewalks are actually helpful to the city's blind residents.

  10. Potted Trees Spark Controversy after Vicente

    Typhoon Vicente, which battered Guangzhou last week, has not only affected residents' lives but also caused great damage to the city's trees, with 6,518 of them blown down.

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