• Thai festival lights up Guangzhou

    The Thai festival Loy Kra Thong was celebrated at Nansha district of Guangzhou, Guangdong province, on Friday. Loy Kra Thong falls on the 15th day of the 12th lunar month in the Thai calendar, at a time when the full moon lights up the sky.

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  • Maoming, city with time-honored history

    During the Spring and Autumn Period (770-476 BC) and the Warring States Period (475-221 BC), Maoming belonged to Baiyue.

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  • Guangji Bridge

    One of four most noted ancient Chinese bridges, Guangji Bridge in Chaozhou, which was built in 1171, is a key national heritage site.

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  • Turning the simple teapot into an iconic masterpiece

    A pair of young apprentices concentrate their attention on shaping a teapot on a potter's wheel, with the aid of simple tools, like a small knife.

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  • Master embroiderer gives traditional craft a new lease on life

    At the top of a three-story studio on Paifang Street, 10 women focus on their embroidery work, their fingers deftly moving in silence.

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