Typically hasty with an initial judgment, a post I wrote about Guangzhou the first time I visited was based largely on a metro exit populated by the homeless and horribly deformed of the city, and was therefore a rather negative interpretation. 461 more words
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Earlier this month, I took a weekend trip with two friends to Guangzhou over the Qing Ming (Tomb Sweeping) holiday. Guangzhou, historically known as Canton, has always served as one of China’s most economically important port cities and currently accounts for the majority of the country’s manufacturing GDP. 171 more words
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China’s advantage in foreign trade has weakened, and its products have become less popular than those made in Southeast Asian countries due to surging domestic labor costs, said Bai Ming, a research fellow at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation.