Flame trees bloom across Guangzhou
The flame trees are only in flower for a short time, until early June, so don’t wait around if you want to see them yourself.
Guangdong venues kick off 2020 performance season on and offline
Residents in Guangzhou can now enjoy 21 different works including symphonies and dramas presented by 16 art troupes from across the province over the following month.
Handy tips (II) | Things you should know about childcare
From birth to three years old, children have two very important areas for development: movement and language. Sometimes movement comes first, sometimes language.
Handy tips (I) | What if my child refuses to go to school?
Worried about the adjustments that come with starting early years education? Here are some pragmatic tips given by an experienced educator in the field to prepare you and your family for the upcoming changes.
See you at the theatre over the next six months
Want to watch opera, drama, dance, concerts and more? See you at the theatre.
Eyes and Beyond: Art Sharing Project for the Visually Impaired
In the hope of indicating the existence of differences through art, the exhibition aims to inspire acceptance, understanding and tolerance, rather than eliminating those differences.
Trail connecting Yuexiu and Baiyun Mountain opens on May Day
Taking in some of Guangzhou’s most iconic sights, an eight-kilometre long trail entitled 'Yun Dao' is close to completion and will officially open to the public during this year's May Day holiday.
Indoor attractions closed to prevent second outbreak
Over the past several days, a number of reopened scenic areas in Guangzhou issued announcements that they will temporarily close again.
More scenic spots reopen to the public, waiving entry fee for medics
Many scenic spots are waiving entrance fees for medical workers from across the nation as a gesture of gratitude for their efforts and sacrifices at the front line of the epidemic fight.
Theme tour | Guangzhou remembers
To this day the city of Guangzhou memorializes the people and the events crucial to the city’s development. Here are some of the unique memorials and parks in Guangzhou that are worth a special visit.