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http://chinaphotos.findariver.com/ for more China photos In many places along Guanzhou there is a nice waterfront walkway. Here are often exercise machines, gardens, and even ferrys that take you across the water for about 25 cents. It really is a nice place to walk
Zhujiang Party Pier is set next to Zhujiang-InBev International Beer Musuem, alongside the Beer Culture Plaza and Beer Street along the waterfront. Party Pier is a popular attraction for locals and tourists, and is considered the biggest beer culture and leisure hub in South China. It is located near tourist spots such as Canton Tower, The Consulates Area in Chigang, and Pazhou Conference Center. Being a part of Pearl River’s beautiful nightscape, Party Pier attracted thousands of tourists during Asian Games 2010. Facilities in Zhujiang Party Pier include: Malt Warehose Stage, Industrial Sculpture Park, Art Gallery, Exhibition Hall, Bars, Restaurants, Chateau and the Pier Discover more here: http://en.zhujiangbeer.com/ne/comnew/... You're watching INSIDER TV - the insider's guide...
原点复兴， 城市再生 Renaissance of Origin， Regeneration of City In the Sphere and the Labyrinth: Avant-Gardes and Architecture from Piranesi to the 1970s (1980)， M. Tafuri puts forward the idea of the historical "project" as an open construct that reactivates past events in its reading of the present. History is redefined and reinvented as a shifting and complex plurality rather than a given monolithic and comprehensive whole. For Guangzhou， the re-construction of historical area White Swan Estuary District is first of all a deconstruction， decomposition and analysis of the pieces that provide the elements for creating new urban form. In this sense， the historical and future trajectory of White Swan Estuary District should be active， not only determined by the objects it analyses but also det...
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The 2015 Conference on Urban Development and Planning wrapped up in south China's city, Guangzhou, on Wednesday. Officials and experts exchanged views on urban planning, green transport, eco-cities, environmental protection and other topics. During a forum on the development of Guangzhou, experts said the city aims to accelerate its pace to drive the Pearl River's development. CCTV's reporter He Weiwei brings more details from Guangzhou.
Hey, ya'll! Subscribe for more awesome videos to come! Guangzhou continues to show us its beauty with our trip down the Pearl River. Sorry, I got a little overexcited over Chinese TV. Places visited: Hotel Pearl River Cruise Hope you guys enjoyed! Follow: Twitter: https://twitter.com/wildekylee Instagram: https://instagram.com/wildekylee/ China Blog: http://wildekylee.blogspot.com/ Music: Port Miami - Chinese Princess
Next month, almost 12-thousand athletes from 45 countries will compete at the Asian Games in southern China's manufacturing hub, Guangzhou. The city has been preparing for the games for the past seven years and during the construction numerous local residents have been evicted. Guangzhou will host the Asian Games from November 12 to 27 this year. The slogan for the games is "Thrilling Games Harmonious Asia." But during the construction of buildings and facilities for the games, developers have forced the eviction of numerous local residents. In a country where the ruling regime can displace locals in the name of development, many locals do not have the means to keep their homes. This is downtown Guangzhou. Beside these newly-constructed high rises, a few deserted buildings rema...
http://chinaphotos.findariver.com/ for more China photos The easiest way to get around in China is by using the motorcycle taxis. They are cheap, and get you places fast. Rides vary from 50 cents to $3 if you are going far. It is inconvenient for the drivers to go far so they charge more. This is because they usually hang out in one specific area and feed off the same customers. However getting those far rides on a bike really beats a taxi especially during rush hour.