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Asia » China » Guangdong » Dongguan February 5th 2019

Hong KOng, CHina is the best and easiest city to travel to in CHina! No visa required. I love CHina just because it's a massive country ranked the number #2 by largest url= read more

Asia » China » Guangdong » Dongguan November 30th 2014

As a traveller, I appreciate every travel. Would it be business related or a vacation trip, I will enjoy. To go to Dongguan, we travelled from NAIA 2-Phils.=>HK via plane => Shekou Port via ferry=>Dongguan by car. It took around 6hours of travelling and I never get exhausted, I maybe born as a traveller for I never get tired on the road. Though I spent my Mondays to Saturdays going from hotel to work and work to hotel I still enjoyed it. Sometimes, customers/suppliers would invite us to have dinner to restaurants with whom they know is the best place to let us experience the Chinese Cuisine. This specific restaurant in Chang-An served delicious foods. I love the taste of their dishes for they know how to let the original taste of the food. I tasted ... read more
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Asia » China » Guangdong » Dongguan December 29th 2013

Yuehui Garden covers a land area of 500,000 square meters, comprising more than 100 scenic spots. The garden is a masterpiece of the south style gardens, equally as famous as Beijing’s royal gardens, and Jiangsu's gardens. In this garden, Yuehui, you can have a grand sight of south China's culture, and appreciate the essence of poems, calligraphy, traditional paintings and antiques. Yuehui garden is also recognized for its exquisite designed, which perfectly combine traditional garden art and modern tastes. With pavilions, winding corridors, stone bridges, rockeries, ancient trees and willows, streams and cascades flowing around the garden and along the lotus pond, the scenery is a vivid picture of ancient Chinese poems. Walking through the garden, you will hear the ballads of Cantonese opera music, folk-customs of south China and enjoy the artistic works of curving, ... read more

Asia » China » Guangdong » Dongguan November 2nd 2012

Authors Note: this was actually suppose to be finished back in November. I must apologize for the lateness of this posting. Recently a group of teachers that i work with and of course myself went on a trip for two days. This trip was desgined as a 'team building' excerice by the management. But to us mere employees it was a much needed excuse for a little rest and relaxation from the turmoils and pressure of teaching. A get away if you will. This was exactly what we needed. We were gathered at the school early in the morning, just as the sun was breaking through the clouds as a start of another fine day. As we boarded the bus that was bound for our destination boxes of snacks and drinks (coke, iced tea and of ... read more
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Asia » China » Guangdong » Dongguan December 1st 2011

A trip through Dongguans' history: The Dongguan Exhibition Center. Greetings and Salutations my dear readers, and welcome back for another exciting installment of “The Traveler”. Today’s post is about the Dongguan Exhibition Center, located in the heart of Nancheng district in Dongguan. It is located on the corner of Hongfu road and Yuanmei road sitting beside the Central Square Park which will journey there in the next installment. The exhibition centre first opened to the public in 2004. The main aim of the exhibition centre is one of educational purposes, to enlighten those who walk through about local history, the economic development and city construction through the ages, as well about the culture unique to Dongguan. So please join me on my journey through the vast history of this wondrous place and I do hope you ... read more
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Asia » China » Guangdong » Dongguan November 9th 2011

Dongguan is a prefecture-level city in central Guangdong province, People's Republic of China. Founded 331 A.D. Coordinates: 23°2′N 113°43′E An important industrial city located in the Pearl River Delta, Dongguan borders the provincial capital of Guangzhou to the north, Huizhou to the northeast, Shenzhen to the south, and the Pearl River to the west. It is also home to the world's largest, though mostly empty, shopping mall, New South China Mall. City administration is considered especially progressive in seeking foreign direct investment. The three neighboring municipalities of Guangzhou, Dongguan, and Shenzhen are home to over 25 million residents, accounting for a large proportion of the Pearl River Delta Region's population. Dongguan ranks behind only Shenzhen, Shanghai and Suzhou in exports among Chinese cities, with $65.54bn in shipment. The climate of Don... read more
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