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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Local Community Tries Specified Bags for Leftovers

    Tianhe's Liede Community has put on trial a new method of sorting waste as of Aug 1, which requires the residents to use specified bags for disposing of kitchen waste.

  5. Local Community Turns Kitchen Waste into Fertilizer

    Haizhu District's Xingang Community has recently announced it will produce organic fertilizer by themselves using its residents' kitchen waste, in a response to the Guangzhou's campaign to sort out its waste.

  6. Local Community Tries Specified Bags for Leftovers

    Tianhe's Liede Community has put on trial a new method of sorting waste as of Aug 1, which requires the residents to use specified bags for disposing of kitchen waste.

  7. Local Community Turns Kitchen Waste into Fertilizer

    Haizhu District's Xingang Community has recently announced it will produce organic fertilizer by themselves using its residents' kitchen waste, in a response to the Guangzhou's campaign to sort out its waste.

  8. Hainan Island Launches Tax Rebate Program to Woo Tourists

    Starting April 20, tourists visiting the island and local residents will be able to purchase tax-free commodities from designated shops before flying to other destinations in China.

  9. Hainan Island Launches Tax Rebate Program to Woo Tourists

    Starting April 20, tourists visiting the island and local residents will be able to purchase tax-free commodities from designated shops before flying to other destinations in China.

  10. Garbage Sorting to be Started in April

    Guangzhou residents, starting April 1, will be required to sort daily garbage into four separate bins. In accordance with new regulation, garbage must be categorized as recycling, kitchen, harmful and other wastes.

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