BEIJING, November 20 (INP): China, taking new initiatives under opening-up policy decided to lay greater focus on Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, developing it as a ‘Flowers city’ for attraction of tourists from across the World.
Guangzhou, with a history of more than 2,000 years, has experienced great changes and transitions in the recent years. For China, 40 years of reform and opening up has accelerated the process of urbanization, and Guangzhou is no exception.
Statistics show that the urban expansion made by Guangzhou in the past 40 years even exceeded the total it made in the 2,000 years before that.
Ever since 1984, the Guangzhou municipal government has been taking the city as a state-level city of cultural and historical interest in its overall urban planning. And the beauty of the centuries-old city is manifested by the local accent and opera.
Designed with Cantonese Garden style, the Cantonese Opera Art Museum records the most representative traditional art and culture of the city. Nearby stands the Yong Qing Fang, a perfect example of the integration of history and modern society.
In addition to being a historical and cultural city, Guangzhou is also a highland for technological innovation.
Guangzhou, a pioneer in reform and opening-up, is taking new steps to innovate itself with intelligent manufacturing.
This can’t be done without the great business environment of the city and the strategic plan of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area that gathers advantageous regional resources.
Integrating into the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, Guangzhou is more and more serving as an agglomeration of economic and human resources.