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  Guangzhou Travel Guide: Guangzhou Tour, Guangzhou Hotel, City Map, Climate, China Trip Guangzhou: Travel China ...
Guangzhou, the South Gate of China, is a prosperous metropolis full of vigor.
Guangzhou is the capital city of Guangdong, and the center of its political, economic, scientific, educational and cultural life.
Guangzhou is located in the middle south of Guangdong Province, north of the Pearl River Delta.
www.travelchinaguide.com /cityguides/guangzhou.htm   (665 words)

  
 Guangzhou Hotel Travel Guide-Discount Guangzhou Hotel Reservation,Guide to Canton Fair Hotels.
Guangzhou Hotel Travel Guide-Discount Guangzhou Hotel Reservation,Guide to Canton Fair Hotels.
The 102nd session of the China Import and Export Commodities Fair(Canton Fair) will be held in Guangzhou from October 15 to October 30, 2007 in a larger scale.
As one of the biggest hotel wholesalers in Guangzhou, we are pleased to offer the most favorable discount hotel rate during the coming 102nd Canton Fair.
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 Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine: Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine is one of the four oldest colleges of its kind in China and is directly governed by the State Administration of TCM.
The university is located at Sanyuanli, near the foot of Baiyun mountain in northern Guangzhou.
As traditional Chinese medicine gains importance throughout the world, so does Guangzhou University of TCM as a base for academic exchange and research.
www.acupuncture.edu /guangzhou   (96 words)

  
  Guangzhou travel guide
Guangzhou, the provincial capital of Guangdong, is one of the largest and most prosperous city in southern China.
Guangzhou is one of the 24 cities which are the first to have been announced as famous cities of historic and cultural interest in China.
In terms of distance, Guangzhou is located in the geometrical center of the economic circle of Southeast Asia and therefore it is equidistant from Japan and Southeast Asian countries within a flight voyage of 3 to 4 hours in general.
www.world66.com /asia/northeastasia/china/guangzhou   (444 words)

  
  Guangzhou - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Guangzhou is a Mandarin pronunciation of the Han ideographs.
Guangzhou was one of the five Chinese treaty ports opened by the Treaty of Nanking (signed in 1842) at the end of the First Opium War between United Kingdom and China.
Guangzhou is the economic centre of the Pearl River Delta, placing it in the heart of one of mainland China's leading commercial and manufacturing regions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Guangzhou   (1360 words)

  
 Guangzhou
Capitail of the Guangdong Province, Guangzhou is the center of the province in terms of politics, economy, science, education and culture.
Ranging from 112°57' to 114°3' of the east longitude and 22°26' to 23°56' of the northern latitude, Guangzhou lies in the southeast of Guangzhou Province and the north of the Pearl Delta.
Guangzhou leans against Jiulian Mountains in the north, Luofu Mountain in the west, Qingyun Mountain in the east, and the Jiulian-Nankun Mountain range in the middle, and faces the Lingding Sea in the south.
www.chinaculture.org /gb/en_travel/2003-09/24/content_33734.htm   (394 words)

  
 Guangzhou
Guangzhou is the capital of Guangdong Province and is a major city and port in the Pearl River Delta.
Guangzhou’s foreign merchants set up trading houses on Shamian Island but found little market for their goods in China and great demand for Chinese tea at homes.
Far from the scrutiny of Beijing, during the early 20th century Guangzhou was a center for revolutionaries dissatisfied with the rule of the Manchu emperors.
www.chinaetravel.com /city/c039.html   (479 words)

  
 Guangzhou hotels accommodation - China hotel guide
Guangzhou has a few beautiful and legendary nicknames, huacheng (the Flower City), Yangcheng (the Goat City) and Suicheng (the Rice-ear City).
A modern city in China, Guangzhou is the political, economic, educational, cultural as well as scientific and technological center in South China.
Guangzhou is situated in the south of China with the Baiyun Hill in the north and the Zhujiang (the Pearl River) Delta Plain in front.
www.yourrooms.com /china_hotels/guangzhou/index.htm   (456 words)

  
 Guangzhou, China
In Guangzhou, as in many Chinese cities, the momentum for modern development remains strong throughout the older and newer parts of the city.
The Pearl River neatly divides Guangzhou, and south of the river is the Hai Zhu (Sea Pearl) District.
Guangzhou even acquired the nickname "Red City" among some observers, an uncanny omen since one of the first communes in China was established here (albeit briefly) under Soviet guidance in 1927.
worldfacts.us /China-Guangzhou.htm   (1661 words)

  
 TradeMissionUS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Guangzhou, called "Canton" by the British and capital of today's Guangdong province, is first of all a big city.
In 1927, Guangzhou residents ran one of the nation's first Communist communes, but the city was the last place the Communists took before victory.
A Guangzhou monument shows an 19th century struggle against the British and the deaths of 72 people killed in a 1911 revolt against the Qing Dynasty.
www.chinabiz-88.com /IntroCNGZ.htm   (678 words)

  
 Danny's Bagel - Tips on Guangzhou
Many of the restaurants in Guangzhou can improve on the cleanliness of their restrooms (there is no need to worry about the hotel restrooms, especially the White Swan and China Hotel by Marriott), so make sure that you carry tissue with you and also use tissue to open the door after washing your hands.
When you are in Guangzhou you can buy sanitary wipes everywhere, so stock up on a couple of packs and use them as often as you'd like, or you might even want to bring some with you before you come, especially if you are going to another city before heading here.
I have never eaten in a Guangzhou restaurant and questioned the freshness of the food, although my wife and mother-in-law have, so it is really up to your own discretion.
www.dannysbagel.com /tips_on_Guangzhou   (6371 words)

  
 About Guangzhou--Guangzhou introdution,sightsiing,tour,hotel reservation,shopping and cuisine
The Guangzhou Memorial Garden is in memory of those who lost their lives during the Communist Uprising in 1927.
Guangzhou is also one of the most important centers of foreign commerce in South China.
Guangzhou is a beautiful city with an ever-green scenery and flowers blooming all the year round.
www.sinohotelguide.com /aboutcanton   (501 words)

  
 Introduction to Guangzhou Customs   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Guangzhou Customs District is in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong Province. Its supervision area takes about one half of the administrative area of Guangdong Province, including Guangzhou city and other more than 40 cities and counties in the western and northern part of Guangdong Province.
For road transit, there are 19 vehicle inspection stations in Guangzhou Customs District which are set up to shunt the flow of vehicles and goods from the land ports in Shenzhen and Gongbei.
Moreover, one midway supervisory station is set up by Guangzhou Customs District on Dachan Island at the estuary of the Pearl River to implement midway supervision and control over the inward or outward vessels from and to Hong Kong and Macao.
guangzhou.customs.gov.cn /Default.aspx?tabid=5943   (299 words)

  
 Guangzhou travel guide - Wikitravel
Guangzhou (广州 Guǎngzhōu or just simply GZ) is the capital of Guangdong Province in Southern China and has a population of over 10 million (The official registered population is 7.3 million, with over 3 million unregistered residents).
Furthermore, because the sixth patriarch of Zen Buddhism was born in Guangzhou, taught the famous Platform Sutra there, and established a monastery to the north of the city, Guangzhou has maintained a strong connection with this school of Buddhism.
Guangzhou has a sub-tropical climate with humidity levels at their highest in the summer, so unless you enjoy Turkish steam baths, this is a season to avoid!
wikitravel.org /en/Guangzhou   (8881 words)

  
 CNTO - China National Tourist Office
Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong Province, is set along the coast of the South China Sea.
Guangzhou covers approximately 2,900 square miles and has a population of 6.6 million people.
Guangzhou has a humid climate, flowers bloom there all year round and it is therefore also know as the "City of Flowers."
www.cnto.org /guangzhou.asp   (608 words)

  
 Guangzhou Cityguide
As a modern city Guangzhou is the political, economic, educational, cultural as well as scientific and technological center in South China.
Guangzhou looks like a huge mess especially seeing the crowds and traffic...but there is a certain atmosphere of this city on the Pearl river that I miss sometimes starting with the little island "Shamian" with its old colonial flair.
At the end of the 19th century, money was raised from the many Chen families (in Southern China including Fujian Province the most common family name) living in Guangdong province and with these funds this grand temple was built for the worship of their ancestors.
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 guangzhou intrepreter, guangzhou translator,canton fair,guangzhou exhibition,guagnzhou trade show translator,guangzhou ...
Guangzhou is the largest and most flourishing industrial and foreign trade center in south China.
Guangzhou has a humid climate, and flowers bloom there all year round; hence its name as the City of Flowers.
Guangzhou, known in the West as Canton, is the capital city of the huge province of Guangdong.
www.freeiva.com /guangzhou   (844 words)

  
 Guangzhou - Cities & Towns,Guanzhou, 2010, Asiad bid - Newsgd
On March 21st, 2007, the Guangzhou Gas Company released the natural gas replacement partitions and corresponding schedules for the first half of this year.
Huangpu District, the eastern part of Guangzhou, officially launched a project to establishment a national model that provides traditional Chinese medical services in community health centers.
Amid the business-driven tumult that is Guangzhou, it hasn't always been easy for salsa-lovers to find the time or the place to practise their passion.
www.newsgd.com /citiesandtowns/guangzhou   (344 words)

  
 Guangzhou on 43 Places   (Site not responding. Last check: )
There was a noticeable lack of a middle class in Guangzhou, where there was a very prominent middle class in Hong Kong.
Guangzhou was also dirtier and was not as orderly as Hong Kong.
Guangzhou is one of the top 3 cities in china (the other two are Beijing and Shanghai).
www.43places.com /places/view/105811   (706 words)

  
 UW - Eau Claire | Center for International Education - Guangzhou,China
Guangzhou (formerly Canton) is the southernmost large city in China, just north of Hong Kong.
As Guangzhou was one of the first cities opened to the outside world, it is more modern than many Chinese cities.
Guangdong province, where Guangzhou is located, is where most of Chinese's economic reforms are being piloted.
www.uwec.edu /CIE/sac/program/Guangzhou.htm   (845 words)

  
 Guangzhou: China Travel Guide
Guangzhou City is the capital of Guangdong Province and is the center of politics, the economy and culture in South China.
Guangzhou is a city famed for its heroes.
Now Guangzhou is the gateway of Opening Reform and a hub of southern transport links in China.
www.warriortours.com /cityguides/guangzhou/index.htm   (266 words)

  
 Hotels in Guangzhou
Guangzhou, GU Situated in downtown Guangzhou, opposite the Jinhan Exhibition Center, this hotel is 100 meters (100 yards) from Liu Hua Hu Park.
Located in central Guangzhou, this hotel is 500 meters/yards from two parkland areas, the Yue xiu Park and The Orich Garden.
Guangzhou, GU A Modern multi-use complex, covers 183,000 square metres, and includes 702 luxury suites and rooms, prestigious corporate offices and six level atrium,...
www.expedia.co.uk /daily/hotels/China/Guangzhou.asp   (765 words)

  
 Guangzhou Travel Guide | Fodor's Online
Guangzhou lost its pivotal importance as an international trading hub and went into decline.
Guangzhou next became a hotbed of revolutionary zeal and a battleground between Nationalists and Communists.
Following the 1949 Revolution, Guangzhou reinstituted its biannual trade fairs (April and September) and welcomed foreign business, but it wasn't until the open-door policy of Deng Xiaoping in 1979 that the port city was able to resume its role as a commercial gateway to China.
www.fodors.com /miniguides/mgresults.cfm?destination=guangzhou@181   (504 words)

  
 Guangzhou
Expensive /Limited choice / Avoid during Guangzhou's Fair (twice a year for 20 days, usually in April and October) / 5% tax is usually added to the bill but it can also be included in the negotiation.
Guangzhou Metro-Rail No.1 is operating since the end of June 99.
With a total of 16 Stations, it offers a fast alternative for circulating within the congested city but a limited one as the main train station is not connected.
www.passplanet.com /China/sw/Guangzhou.htm   (1323 words)

  
 Guangzhou Hotel, Canton Hotels, Hotels in Guangzhou China, Canton Fair
Guangzhou Hotel, Canton Hotels, Hotels in Guangzhou China, Canton Fair
No.1 Qingyun Street, East Guangyuan Road, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, 510610
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