New art gallery a cool destination for Cantonese culture lovers
A traditional Xiguan mansion, the five-story building has been slightly retouched and transformed into a culture complex.
Book series of Foshan's history and culture exhibited at the Frankfurter Buchmesse 2020
A collection of books relating the history and culture of Foshan are making an appearance at the Frankfurter Buchmesse 2020 online from now on till next year.
Highlights of comic expo and game festival in Guangzhou
The five-day China International Comic Festival (CICF) Expo is already underway at the PWTC Expo in Guangzhou between October 1st and 5th.
Video | A glimpse of Guangzhou’s cultural heritage
Built and opened in 1937, Aiqun Hotel or Oi Kwan Hotel was the first steel framed high-rise building in Guangzhou, combining the artistic characteristics of Lingnan architecture and a western skyscraper.
Celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival with GDToday
To celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, about sixty GDToday fans joined us in two mooncake making activities at the revolving restaurant on the 17th floor of Aiqun hotel on September 19th and 27th. These fans come from both China and overseas including the US, the UK, Germany, Poland, and the Philippines.
Highlights of 10th Guangzhou Art Season
Over 130 events and performances were staged in dozens of venues including 16 theaters across the city. About 150,000 people watched the performances online and offline.
Mooncakes that will make your mouth water during Mid-Autumn Festival
Have you got yourself a bite of this mouthwatering sweet? Here are some of the city's finest and unique mooncakes for you to choose from.
Four GD cities hold a series of activities to brush up on education history
The event also aims to promote the integrative development of ecology, culture and tourism, the poverty relief and the rural revitalization in north Guangdong.
The Maiden Voyage of the Empress of China
The Empress of China, a three-masted, wooden sailing ship of 360 tons arrived at the Huangpu Port in Guangzhou on August 28th, 1784.
TCM offers New Yorkers alternatives to tackle virus
Those who have not experienced traditional Chinese medicine might question its effectiveness or safety, let alone its ability to treat a modern plague like COVID-19. But more people in the United States are looking to this 1,000-year-old Eastern practice to counter the novel coronavirus.