It's been revealed that the CCP's former Guangzhou secretary Wan Qingliang would personally pick stewardesses for official flights
by Ryan Kilpatrick, 24 July 2014
Two attackers stabbed shoppers at a Guangzhou shoe market before one jumps to his death and another escaped.
by Ryan Kilpatrick, 25 March 2015
Last week broadcaster Guangdong TV announced that it was ceasing Cantonese programing and switching to Mandarin — all to avoid inadvertently insulting President Xi, some say.
by Ryan Kilpatrick, 14 July 2014
In response to perceived government repression, campaigners in the south hope to make 25 July a day to celebrate and preserve their local language and culture.
by Ryan Kilpatrick, 25 July 2014
They look happy as a child reunited with its mother after 6 months.
by Ryan Kilpatrick, 10 December 2014
Guangzhou Deputy Mayor expelled from CCP and removed from office for "massive bribes" and affairs with "multiple women"
by Ryan Kilpatrick, 11 July 2014
Ambulances and fire engines are also sitting outside the cathedral, where unsubstantiated rumors postulate that an explosive device has been found.
by Ryan Kilpatrick, 16 July 2014
A good wash and a new tag is all they need...
by Ryan Kilpatrick, 17 December 2014