A brief look at the bars and restaurants we featured in our December 2018 issue!
by That's Guangzhou, 05 December 2018
Commune might be one of the most visually attractive bars in the entire Liede area, but with lackluster drinks and service, it's hard to justify a return visit.
by Matthew Bossons, 23 November 2018
Located in a small corner unit on Huaxun Jie, ATOC bills itself as a casual cocktail bar that deals in quality beverages.
by Matthew Bossons, 31 October 2018
Cheers to Old Canton!
by Matthew Bossons, 30 October 2018
A brief look at the new bar and restaurant openings we featured in our August 2018 issue!
by That's PRD, 02 August 2018
If you manage to track down this whisky and cigar lounge, you'll find yourself transported to one of Guangzhou's most authentic speakeasies.
by Lena Gidwani, 28 July 2018
We walk you through our top three favorite bars that we've reviewed in the past six months.
by That's PRD, 27 July 2018
If you're looking to get away from the crowded bars of Tianhe and Taojin, Dragon & Phoenix Street Bar is a safe bet.
by Jesse Pottinger, 27 July 2018
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Very good article. May I have the email of the writer to discuss Guangzhou yum cha culture?
July 23, 2019 at 11:42 am
I had Dengue fever in Costa Rica afew years ago. It is the worst I have ever felt in my life. It is NOT curable.
April 18, 2019 at 18:14 pm
A few mistakes! In my opinion, you should hold yourselves to a higher standard of quality if you wish to publish 'teaching' materials. Lack of consistency in educational material was one of the hardest aspects of learning Mandarin for me personally.
-气质 the zhi is the fourth tone
-微信 the wei is the first tone
-在那 the na should be the fourth tone. The third tone na (哪）works in the sentence also, but it doesn't match the chinese character written.
我想吻你- this sounds exactly like 我想闻你 (I want to smell you)! weird! probably don't want to teach people to say this, instead just say 我想亲吻你
September 6, 2018 at 1:00 am
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