Guangzhou, China Travel Newswire

Guangzhou, China Travel Newswire

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  1. China's bullet trains are coming for HK's airlinesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Manila Bulletin

    Still bruised from a typhoon that grounded hundreds of flights, Hong Kong's status as Asia's top aviation hub faces a new threat: Chinese bullet trains. The world's longest high-speed rail network will extend to downtown Hong Kong on Sept.

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  2. Touring in China Remains Unpredictable As Gov't Keeps A Watchful Eye on Music IndustryRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Billboard

    China is the ultimate enigma for the music business: It has seemingly unlimited potential as the most populous country in the world, but artists and their concert promoters are still facing unique obstacles to growth there. After a brilliant debut Chinese performance in Guangzhou, a bizarre incident at Dua Lipa's performance Sept.

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  3. Command Control Center of civil UAVs to be established at Heydar Aliyev International AirportRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Trend

    Due to the frequent incidents of unauthorized flights of unmanned aerial vehicles near the airports, an urgent need has arisen throughout the world to create an appropriate system for protecting these strategic facilities.

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  4. Latin America and Africa key growth markets: China Southern chiefRead the original story

    Sunday | Flight Global

    China Southern Airlines is working towards becoming a more internationally recognised carrier as it seeks to capitalise on the growing Chinese economy. In a forum session at World Routes in Guangzhou, the Skyteam carrier's president and chief executive Tan Wan Geng explained that it will achieve its goal via long-haul network expansion and widebody fleet development.

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  5. Would Hong Kong pay to have its plastics problem melt away?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | South China Morning Post

    Mainland scientist Wang Gexia has announced the ambitious and environmentally friendly creation of a non-toxic, dissolvable form of plastic . This sounds great, especially since Hong Kong is currently drowning in plastic, our landfills will be at maximum capacity by 2020, and our government still will not provide adequate plastic recycling.

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  6. Getting There: China's approach to transportation offers...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Darien News-Review

    Workers walk past parked high-speed trains at a maintenance yard before the 2018 Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in Beijing. Chinese funds for infrastructure and investment projects like railroads have flooded into Africa in recent years, prompting warnings from the United States that the money comes with strings attached.

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  7. Southern China's Pearl River Delta region shuts down as Typhoon Mangkhut strikesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 16 | NEWS.com.au

    Flights and trains halted, roads and businesses shut down and residents told to stay indoors as powerful storm sweeps through region Transport links in China's most interconnected area, the Greater Bay Area, were shut down on Sunday as Typhoon Mangkhut grounded nearly all flights and stopped intercity train and bus services from running. All major mainland cities in the Pearl River Delta were in emergency mode on Sunday afternoon as Mangkhut approached with the main roads and bridges connecting these cities shutting down at noon.

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  8. Trump has decided to impose additional tariffs on $200 billion in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 15 | The Washington Post

    Trucks are reflected in a puddle as they wait in line to unload their containers onto CMA CGM SA's Benjamin Franklin container ship docked at the Guangzhou Nansha Container Port in Guangzhou, China, on Monday, Feb. 1, 2016. Photographer: Qilai Shen/Bloomberg President Trump has decided to impose tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, two people briefed on the decision said, one of the most severe economic restrictions ever imposed by a U.S. president.

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  9. Isfahan sets sights on more Chinese touristsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2018 | Tehran Times

    Isfahan province's tourism department has recently formed a task force to look for ways to encourage and attract more travelers from China. "A task force was formally launched to develop tourism ties between Isfahan and China, which has [some] 130 million outbound tourists per annum," Fars quoted Mohsen Yarmohammadian, a provincial official, as saying on Sunday.

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  10. The interior of a train on the high-speed rail. Photo: Sam TsangRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 12 | South China Morning Post

    How long will journeys on the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link take and how much will tickets cost? All you need to know about the new line From train amenities to ticketing and data privacy issues, what you need to know before getting on city's much hyped express service The express rail link connecting Hong Kong to mainland China, long plagued by delays and cost overruns, will finally open on September 23, eight years after construction began. The HK$84.4 billion Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link will provide a direct route from the West Kowloon terminal to 44 stations across the border, and is expected to serve 80,100 commuters daily.

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  11. UnionPay makes it convenient to use payment app in Hong Kong, MacauRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 11 | South China Morning Post

    China UnionPay has become the first card payment processor to offer a cross-border QR code payment service to holders of cards issued by Hong Kong and Macau banks without an onshore renminbi bank account as it faces intensifying competition from the likes of Alipay and WeChat Pay. UnionPay QR code service, offered in partnership with five banks and a non-bank fintech firm, enables UnionPay credit or debit cardholders to link their cards with the UnionPay app and settle payments in yuan, Hong Kong dollars and patacas.

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  12. China has an actual court dedicated to the internet - CNETRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 10 | CNet News

    On Saturday, the second of those officially opened in Beijing by the name of "Beijing Internet Court". It deals with business transactions, personal information and intellectual property online, according to government-run news agency Xinhua .

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  13. Second internet court set up in BeijingRead the original story

    Monday Sep 10 | The Daily Star

    Visitors in Truck Alliance, Guizhou, China. Truck Alliance is China's leading highway logistics Internet information platform, has established a nationwide supply information network, and provides integrated services for trucks on the platform.

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  14. One country, two systems' a winner for horse racing in Hong KongRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 7 | South China Morning Post

    David Dodwell says cross-border collaboration can pay off. A recent success story is the opening of the Hong Kong Jockey Club's training centre across the border, which was made possible by concessions from mainland officials Once upon a time, I used to spend interminable hours sitting in large conference rooms in the Government Secretariat on Lower Albert Road in a variety of advisory bodies.

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  15. Ho Ming-sze: warrior, activist and businessman, dies aged 95Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 6 | South China Morning Post

    Ho Ming-sze: influential Hongkonger who fought Japanese, and brought city's tycoons and China's Deng Xiaoping together dies, aged 95 Top adviser to Henry Fok and high-ranking Communist Party official dies after falling at his home in Tuen Mun Ho Ming-sze, a former high-ranking Communist Party official in Hong Kong and a top adviser to late tycoon Henry Fok Ying-tung, died on Wednesday. He was 95. Ho reportedly suffered a fall at home in Tuen Mun on Tuesday, and died a day after being admitted to hospital.

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  16. Pony Ma says China's shift to quality of growth is - unstoppable'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | South China Morning Post

    Tencent's chairman also called for greater collaboration among neighbouring cities in China's Greater Bay Area scheme and the Pan-Pearl River Delta Region China's move to prioritise quality of growth over speed in its economic development will be "unstoppable" even amid an escalating trade war between China and the US, according to Tencent chairman and CEO Pony Ma Huateng. "China's economy is shifting away from high-speed growth to high-quality development, which will be unstoppable just like rivers that run into the ocean," Ma said in a speech at the Pan-Pearl River Delta Regional Co-operation and Development Forum in Guangzhou on Wednesday.

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  17. Greater Bay Area' won't compromise Hong Kong's independent courts: LamRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 5 | South China Morning Post

    At meeting of leaders from pan-Pearl River Delta, chief executive also extols virtues of soon-to-open high-speed rail line to mainland Hong Kong's leader said on Wednesday the city's judicial independence and other strengths would not be compromised under Beijing's plan to integrate it and its neighbours into a dynamic economic hub. Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor also said she expected new cross-border transport projects, such as a high-speed rail line to open later this month, to reinforce Hong Kong's role as an international logistics hub.

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  18. The 5 Cheapest Places To Travel From New York City This SeptemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 1 | Forbes.com

    In Paris, high-profile museums like The Louvre, Muse d'Orsay and Muse Rodin are free on the first Sunday of each month. It's not often that Paris comes up as a cheap place to visit, and that's precisely why now is the perfect time to go; with direct flights from New York City for just $250, it's hard to say no.

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  19. The 5 Cheapest Places To Travel From Los Angeles This SeptemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 1 | Forbes.com

    Summer is a big deal in Greece, so prices on flights and hotel rooms in June, July and August are high. As September rolls around, though, the flood of tourists thins out and prices drop precipitously, making it the perfect time to visit.

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  20. An applicant waits his turn at Tangjia police station in Zhuhai. Photo: Edmond SoRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 1 | South China Morning Post

    Early bird applications come in for new ID card giving Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan residents on mainland China wide access to public services Stations across China open on first day of move to allow such residents almost same level of access as their mainland counterparts in areas such as employment and medical care Applications for a new identity card granting access to a wide range of social and public services for Hongkongers working and living in mainland China opened on Saturday, with some braving heavy rain in the region to submit their documents at stations. Tangjia police station in Zhuhai received nine applications in the morning while another station in Panyu, Guangzhou received 26 submissions.

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