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IKEA Comes to Donguan

Dongguan is building an IKEA smart logistics headquarters in Binhai Bay (near Humen), as confirmed by Celine Yang, China’s public relations manager. The IKEA HQ started construction in September and

The Writing Society is Here!

For those of you who have been missing a creative space in Dongguan, fret no further. This month will see the launch of the HERE! Creative Writing Club in association

The Legend of Qifeng Lantern

Qifeng Mountain has the reputation of being the first famous mountain in the Lingnan region. It had a high status in ancient times and was also the place scholars visited

Dongguan Filmmaking: Tasteful Movie Premiere

Follow the life journey of main character Zhou Xiaoli and her search for happiness through food at the premiere of “The Taste From Happy Island” at the Yulan Theater on

Classic DG Art on Display

In order to celebrate China’s National Day and improve cultural art appreciation, the CPPCC and Guancheng Sub-district Offices are hosting a Dongguan art exhibition called The Essence of the Times

Local World Cup Kicks Off

The Guangda Dongguan Football World Cup kicked off its opening ceremony on October 15 at Dongguan Xiping Jianda Football Park and will continue through December. Seven amateur teams are competing

Electric Minibuses in Nancheng

On September 29, Dongguan City Bus Company opened six micro-circulation lines for the new red minibuses (18 buses in total), which are seamlessly connected to the Hongfu Road Subway Station.

Find Inspiration With the HERE! Creative Writing Club

For those of you who have been missing a creative space in Dongguan, fret no further. This month will see the launch of the HERE! Creative Writing Club in association

Zhangmutou the Hakka Town

When we talk about Dongguan locals, a lot of people think that they are only Cantonese; however, some are Hakka. In Dongguan, there are around 600,000 Hakka people in towns

Flying Taxis Take to the Skies in Guangdong

Last month, Guangzhou provincial government signed an agreement with Ehang, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) company. Guangzhou became the world’s first pilot city for a new form of transportation known