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New Hangout Spot for Writers

Dongguan’s first Chinese and Foreign Writers’ Creation Base is expected to be built in Guanyin Mountain Forest Park next year. Previously, about 20 Chinese and foreign writers gathered in Guanyin

Alcoholics Anonymous in DG

Recently, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has appeared in Dongguan, through the ingenuity and compassion of a foreigner who has lived in Dongguan for ten years. In the West, those who need

The Largest Self-Service Store

At the beginning of April, the famous Chinese e-commerce company JD opened its first self-service supermarket in Nancheng, Dongguan, as well as in Guangdong province. Situated in Sheng He Square,

CBA & WCBA Success in the City of Basketball

On May 3, Guangdong Southern Tigers Team took a leading 4:0 win against Xinjiang Flying Tigers Team, pocketing the championship of 2018-2019 Chinese Basketball Association (CBA). This is the ninth

New IB Boarding School At SSL

Conveniently situated in the center of Songshan Lake’s High-Tech Industrial Development Zone, the new IB boarding international school—Tungwah Wenzel International School (TWIS)—will be opening this September. With an area of

Ever-Increasing Wages in DG

According to a report released by Dongguan’s Statistical Bureau in the last quarter of 2018, the annual average wage for Dongguan employees has increased nearly 129 times, 40 years after

The City’s Biggest Grave

Admittedly, events in history inevitably along with blood and tears, led to the very thing that would happen after a battle: the defeated party was annihilated and their bodies were

On The Spot Tickets

Normally, online-ticket-purchase is not available for foreigners as they do not own a Chinese ID card. Kind of annoying really, isn’t it? Here’s the good news: passengers now are able

Self-Combed Women in Dongguan

As of 2019, there are now only 15 self-combed women left in Dongguan, with an average age of 97. Due to their significant impact in history, a Self-Combed Women Museum

Stealing Veggies For Luck

On the 14th day of the Lunar Calendar, some Hakka people will notoriously steal veggies from others’ fields, as it represents good fortune. Nowadays, this custom is inevitably fading due