The Guangzhou Museum in Guangzhou recently opened an exhibition featuring 163 carefully preserved Chinese export fans dating back to the 16th to 18th centuries.
In recent years, Shunde has been promoting proper management of the natural environment, and citizen's awareness of the importance of environmental protection has been continuously increasing, making the district an excellent habitat for various birds including egrets, night herons and pond herons.
A grand flower show featuring tulips kicked off in Guangdong's provincial capital, providing a new attraction for local residents and tourists.
If you are interested in China's Tang Dynasty (618-907), do not miss out on the ongoing exhibition at the Guangdong Museum, which features 163 cultural relics from that period.
Jinan University in Guangzhou held its 11th Chinese Culture Festival on Oct 28, spreading the essence of traditional Chinese culture through assorted exhibits across over 30 thematic booths.
The southern Chinese city of Guangzhou will put on a wide range of cultural events from Aug 13 to 18 to mark the Qixi Festival, Chinese Valentine's Day which falls on the seventh day of the seventh month in lunar calendar.