Travel Restrictions Relaxed Between Guangdong and Macao

This is seen as a step towards jumpstarting Macao’s tourism and gambling sectors as Guangdong accounts for 46% of Macao’s visitors.

by Rakini Bergundy, 14 July 2020

F&B Shops Need Customer Support for Coronavirus Recovery: Zhuhai's Mark Clayton

Mark Clayton has been living in China for 15 years and is the proprietor of popular Zhuhai hangout The London Lounge Bar & Restaurant.

by Matthew Bossons, 08 February 2020

PHOTOS: Torrential Rains Cause Mass Flooding in Guangdong

Today would have been the morning to call in sick...

by Ryan Gandolfo, 28 May 2019

Chinese Company Unveils 5G-Capable Unmanned Boat

The machine is able to monitor aquatic environments, equipped with a device that collects and tests water samples, as well as high-def cameras.

by Matthew Bossons, 01 March 2019

WATCH: Zhuhai Kids Choir Praises Huawei in New Song

Are you on the fence about what phone to buy next? Perhaps the latest video by a Zhuhai kids singing group will sway you.

by Bryan Grogan, 28 February 2019

4 Michelin-Honored Restaurants to Indulge Your Appetite in Macau

Have a look at some of our favorite Macau eateries, ranging from rich Italian cuisine to time-honored Chinese edibles, operating on this slice of paradise.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 14 January 2019

These Cities are the Most Environmentally Friendly in Guangdong

For this list, cities in Guangdong were categorized into three different rankings: outstanding, favorable and standard.

by Ryan Gandolfo, 12 December 2018

Happy? You Should Be If You Live in One of These 10 Chinese Cities

On November 26, the results of ‘China’s Happiest City 2018 Survey’ were revealed in Guangzhou.

by Matthew Bossons, 28 November 2018

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