• Pangu, the creator of the world and all living things, according to Chinese mythology, was celebrated at a special festival held in Guangzhou on Sept 29.

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  • Located in the south of the Pearl River Delta, Zhongshan is the birthplace of Sun Yat-sen, the great forerunner of Chinese democratic revolution.

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  • Shiwan is a town located in the southwest of the city of Foshan, with a long history of ceramic sculpture passed down through several generations of craftsmen. Its 5000-year-long ceramic making history has accumulated a rich and abundant ceramic culture, and won Shiwan the high prestige of the “Ceramics Capital of Southern China”.

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  • The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Start of Winter, the 19th solar term of the year, begins this year on Nov 7 and ends on Nov 21.

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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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