Posts From HERE! Dongguan Staff

Old Buildings, New Life

Buildings left incomplete and condemned after the 1997 Asian financial crisis halted the decade’s realty boom, may soon be given new hope. Instead of demolishing and starting over, officials are

Police on Patrol

For the first time in Dongguan, 1,300 members of the police force have been equipped with advanced patrol devices for regular patrols of the main roads in downtown areas during

Environment Helpers

Demonstrating self-initiative, over 20 volunteers clad in green T-shirts busied themselves on October 13 by cleaning commercial graffiti off the white stone base of the Huangqi Mountain lantern. For years

Lions Feeding Lambs

Earmarked to benefit Dongguan’s children and youth services, RMB 1.5 million was raised on October 18 at an event celebrating the founding of the Guangdong Hi Gui Lions Club. The

CBA Season Preview

Basketball fans have more reasons to like the CBA, and not just as a cheap way to see aging NBA stars. In 2005, due to disagreements between ownership and the

In the Local Media: November 2013

I’m Bikeman After taking justice into his own hands, a Changping man is upset because police refused to send him a thank you letter. The man, surnamed Ma, had his

Introducing HERE!DG+

HERE! Dongguan is proud to introduce HERE!DG+, a new and exciting Internet TV program focusing on Dongguan life, culture and events. Our goal is to create quality, informative broadcasts that

What’s the Deal with Muslim Noodle Shops?

Their green signs scripted with Arabic lettering, and pictures of open pasture, cows and sheep, comfort many Chinese-illiterate foreigners with consistency and suitable nourishment. The similar interior and menus of

Before You Hike in Dongguan

DIY Trail Gear There is no reason to overspend while preparing for your trip. If you can’t handle being in public without Gucci, the great outdoors is likely not for

Cleaner Buses

Vehicle emission control has of late been receiving much attention lately. Not only tightening access of stronger emissioned yellow labeled vehicles into the city and replacing most gasoline powered taxis