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  • Guangzhou principal offers insights into primary education


    The year 2018 marks a 40-year education career for Wu Yingmin, principal of Guangzhou Middle School, and coincides with the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening-up.

  • Private sector flourishes in the reform and opening up


    In the recently released Fortune Global 500 rankings, three Guangzhou-based companies made the cut. Cedar Holdings stood out as the only private enterprise among them with revenue of over 100 billion yuan ($14.66 billion) in 2017.

  • Guangzhou Metro: from 0 to 13 lines


    "We are living in the best times for metro construction," said Zhang Zhiliang, chief engineer of the Guangzhou Metro in an interview with Guangzhou Daily on July 6, recollecting his experiences in metro construction during the reform and opening up.

  • Chinese American praises Guangzhou-Los Angeles sister cities bond


    Guangzhou and Los Angeles have had a sister city partnership for 37 years and the exchanges between the two are fruitful, said Fredrick W. Hong, a Chinese American lawyer and former president of the Los Angeles-Guangzhou Sister City Association (LAGSCA) in an interview with Guangzhou Daily.

  • Reform and opening-up benefits Guangzhou's culture


    Guangzhou's culture sparkles with vitality thanks to the reform and opening-up policy introduced 40 years ago, said Huang Shusen, honorary president of the Guangdong Literary and Artistic Critics Association, during an interview conducted by Guangzhou Daily on July 6.

  • Young entrepreneur applauds Guangzhou government for support


    The open and healthy entrepreneurial atmosphere in Guangzhou ensures that business ventures can thrive, according to Li Zhankeng, founder of Youmi Technology, in an interview with Guangzhou Daily on July 6.

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