• A total of 163 pieces or sets of exquisite fans made in China between the 18th and 20th centuries for foreign markets have been exhibited at Guangdong Museum in Guangzhou.

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  • Located in the northeast of Guangdong province, Meizhou is known as the unofficial capital of Hakka culture.

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  • As Hakka culture, a branch of the Han ethnic group, spread throughout southern China during the Jin Dynasty (AD 265 – 420), along with it traveled the poetry and ballads of nomadic life and love.

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  • Works that demonstrate the creative growth of Zhuhai's oil painters, their sense of life, spirit of responsibility, and independent thinking, are on exhibit at the Gu Yuan Museum of Art until Feb 13.

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  • Qin Mu, also called Lin Paike and Lin Juefu, was a famous Chinese educator and writer particularly known for his essays, novels, plays, poems and criticism.

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  • Guangdong, one of the frontiers undergoing China's reform and opening-up policy, is located in the southernmost part of the Chinese mainland.

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