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DG’s Litchi going strong

According to the preliminary forecast from the agricultural department, this year will be a great harvest year for Dongguan Litchi. The total output should be 18,000 to 22,000 tons, about

A Toast to the Toastmasters

Dongguan English Toastmasters Club embraced their second anniversary on May 6 with more than 60 people having attended. It was a great celebration with food, drinks, dancing and sharing, as

Three In One International Prom

On June 2, QSI School of Dongguan, TLC International School and ISD came together for the first ever Dongguan international school joint prom at Cruise Bar in Kande International Hotel.

Life Drawing For All To Attend

Recently in Dongcheng, people have begun gathering together twice a month to take part in life drawing sessions for artistic types or those interested in trying something new to our

Italian Serie A football In DG

FUTURA Italy football academy is the first Italian Serie A football (elite professional league competition) training center in China, cooperating with Chievo Verona Italy Football Club, that was promoted to

Bai Sui Pai

“Bai Sui Pai” literally means “one-hundred-year-old plate,” which is actually not a “plate” but a set of handmade items that grandmothers usually give as gifts to grandchildren, when they reach

Sun Yat-sen’s Home in DG

Sun Yat-sen’s ancestors lived in Dongguan centuries ago—their genealogy helps to give Dongguan even more meaning. Sun’s early ancestors all lived in Shangsha village, Chang’an, Dongguan. They referred to Shangsha

New Payment At Public Bus

Recently, 1,000 public buses completed the refitting of card readers to operate the scan function—civilians can now pay by scanning the QR code on their phones, which also means you

Goodbye, Charcoal BBQ

The outdoor barbecue is now not allowed at the administrative districts of Dongguan because those areas are designated as the ban-high-polluting-fuel-areas. On April 12, the Dongguan Environmental Protection Bureau issued

25% Tariff Only For Americans

A local tourist attraction posted a notice that they will charge Americans 25% more for tickets, claiming that as the “tariff.” Naturally this action caused a stir online, with some