Hong Kong shoppers flocking north for bargains, fun and food

Bianca Lau travels from Hong Kong to Shenzhen in neighboring Guangdong province every two weeks, which she says has become a “fixed schedule” in her life.

The internet is obsessed with what Janet Yellen eats in China

Travelog Ever since she ate mushrooms that can have psychedelic effects in Beijing last July, Janet Yellen has united Americans and Chinese in wanting to

Notes On Academic Research

China’s auto industry: regimes of production and industrial policy in the age of electric cars Dan Wu and Wei

Guangzhou’s Formula 1 aspiration

Guangzhou is set to make a significant leap in the motorsports arena with the unveiling of plans for a new Formula 1 racetrack. Destined to become the second

Record-breaking traffic at the Delta Bridge

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the world’s longest bridge-and-tunnel sea crossing, has recently set new records for daily vehicle traffic. Surging to unprecedented levels, the bridge saw over

China’s tourism spending surge

Chinese tourists have surpassed pre-pandemic levels of holiday spending. Over recent Qing Ming three-day break, travelers spent 54 billion yuan across 119 million trips, showcasing a growing

GBA becoming a preferred retirement destination for elderly

On the Agenda An increasing number of Hong Kong’s elderly are choosing to retire in mainland China’s retirement homes, attracted by improved transportation options, more

Notes on academic studies

A Survey Analysis: The Current Real Estate Marketing Situation in the China Greater Bay Area in the Context of the COVID-19 Epidemic Juan Kong, Ema Izati Zull

GBA posts nearly USD2 trillion in economic output in 2023

Indicators & trends The total economic output of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) exceeded 14 trillion yuan (about USD1.97 trillion) in 2023, achieving

Bridge and port: The northbound travel and trade

Analysis In the vibrant nexus of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, a transformative movement in cross-border exchange and economic integration is unfolding, propelled by

Portuguese companies seek cooperation with Hengqin in scientific research

On the Agenda Francisco Rocha Gonçalves, Deputy Mayor of Oeiras, Portugal, led this week a delegation of enterprises to visit the Guangdong-Macao In-depth Cooperation Zone

Regular passenger flights HK-Taiyuan resume

Regular passenger flights between Taiyuan, the capital of Shanxi Province in North China, and Hong Kong have recommenced, as announced by Taiyuan Wusu International Airport. Scheduled for Mondays

HK Express aims to double flights to mainland China

HK Express, a subsidiary of Cathay Pacific Airways, plans to double its flight operations to mainland China within the next two years and expand its fleet and destination

Inaugural AI health ceremony  in Nansha

The first Affiliated Nansha Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University hosted the inaugural ceremony of “AI Health,” alongside the Guangdong Health Management Association’s meeting and the Chronic Disease Management

GBA, incentives and removal of obstacles

Analysis by Leanda Lee* Humans can be odd. There is a whole range of theories about what motivates individuals and groups to act in certain

Guangdong expects job market stability this year

On the Agenda In Guangdong province, a vibrant job market is anticipated this year, buoyed by a resurgence in overseas orders and a growing demand

China’s economy ‘is becoming much more influenced by politics’

In a detailed interview conducted by the Lusa News Agency, economic affairs expert on China, Christiane Prange, made a striking assertion regarding the shifting dynamics within

Hong Kong women pressured into forced marriages

In Hong Kong, a heart-wrenching scenario unfolds as ethnic minority women, born or raised in the city, narrate their experiences of being pressured into forced marriages. A

Macau and Shenzhen strengthen legal ties

Macau’s Director of Legal Affairs Services, Leong Weng In, and Shenzhen’s Justice Department Head, Jiang Xiaowen, have signed a Memorandum of Legal Cooperation, fostering closer legal relations

New undersea tunnel sets record in China

China completed the Zhanjiang Bay Undersea Tunnel, the country’s longest single-headed undersea high-speed railway shield tunnel. Spanning 9,640 meters, including a 7,551-meter shield section, this engineering marvel

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