China’s Guangzhou Locks Down Millions in ‘Zero-COVID’ Fight
By Huizhong Wu
Recent outbreaks are testing China’s attempt to bring a more targeted approach to its zero-COVID policies.
Virus Lockdowns Hit Guangzhou, China’s Economic Powerhouse
By Associated Press
Nearly 5 million people in the southern Chinese city are under lockdown orders, raising the specter of more supply chain disruptions from China's zero-COVID policy.
China’s Future Looks Brighter Away From Beijing
By Scott Moore
The future of China is being built not in the capital, but in dynamic southern cities like Guangzhou and Shenzhen.
Guangzhou Rental Reforms: A Step in the Right Direction for China’s Real Estate Market
By Spencer Sheehan
The new policies have limited scope for tenants and much more needs to be done.
12 Regions of China: The Southeast Coast
By John Lee
The historic center of China's maritime trade remains the heart of export-oriented manufacturing.
A Little Africa in China
By Melissa Lefkowitz
China’s involvement in Africa is widely discussed. Less talked about are the lives of Africans living in China.
China to 'Regulate' Foreign NGOs
By Ankit Panda
China may pass a national law stifling the operations of foreign NGOs in the country.
Guangdong's Environmental Protests Turn Violent
By Shannon Tiezzi
Protestors in Maoming and Guangzhou tried to prevent the opening of a PX plant in Maoming, Guangdong.
‘World’s Largest Aquarium’ Just One Superlative at China’s Hengqin Ocean Kingdom
By J.T. Quigley
The sprawling aquatic theme park now boasts five Guinness World Records.
A "Little Africa" in Southern China
Guangzhou is home to a burgeoning African population. Can it handle the influx?