Guangzhou is the third largest Chinese city and the largest city in South Central China. In 2014 the city's administrative area was estimated to have a population of 13,080,500. Some estimates place the population of the entire Pearl River Delta Mega City built-up area as high as 44 million including Guangzhou's nine urban districts, and Shenzhen (10.36 million), Dongguan (8.22 million), Zhongshan (3.12 million), most parts of Foshan (7.20 million), Jiangmen (1.82 million), Zhuhai (0.89 million) and Huyang County of Huizhou (0.76 million) adjoining Dongguan and Shenzhen, with an area of about 17,573 square kilometres (6,785sqmi). Guangzhou is part of one of the most populous metropolitan agglomerations on Earth. The total population of this agglomeration is over 54 million, including the population of adjacent city Hong Kong. Guangzhou is identified as a Beta+ Global city. Due to rapidly increasing amount of foreigners and illegal immigrants from Middle East and Africa and Southeast Asia, it is called Capital of the Third World.
Among them, 189 died due to floods and debris, 54 due to collapsed houses and 39 due to underground inundations. Among the deaths, the inundation of a subway train that killed 14 and the Beijing-GuangzhouTunnel inundation that killed six received the most attention.
Read full article. Tejinder Singh Sodhi13 May 2021, 9.10 am183;6-min read ... “In October 2019, the Sindh Government rejected a bill seeking to criminalize forced conversion ... Concentration camps ... Several local governments, including Guangzhou city, offered cash bounties for individuals who informed on underground churches, according to the findings ... .
In reality, it was a year before Dieng -- who had worked as a goods trader in the manufacturing hub of Guangzhou in southern China for two decades -- could return, on an air ticket three times the usual cost, and a complicated business visa ... A shop in Little Africa in Guangzhou in 2019 ... A Chinese woman in Guangzhou with her baby in 2016.
An underground train that will reach speeds of more than 160 kilometers an hour was transported to a depot in Nansha district of Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, on Sunday ... The fast underground train will help shorten travel ...
A underground train that will reach a speed of more than 160 kilometers an hour was successfully hoisted up and carried to a designated metro station in Nansha district in Guangzhou, capital of South China's Guangdong province, on Sunday ... The fast underground train ...
“When the underground road in Qianhai is completed, there will be one more way to access Guangzhou-Shenzhen Riverside Expressway in Qianhai,” said Bao Changchun from the infrastructure construction department of Qianhai Investment Holding, investor of the project.
The Guangzhou-Qingyuan Intercity RailwayLine, which reaches 38.2 kilometers, will help accelerate the economic integration of Guangzhou and Qingyuan in the northern part of the province, according to a statement released by the rail operator.
... virus found in pangolins and the new human coronavirus by researchers at the South China Agricultural University in Guangzhou”, with the organisation expressing fears that the ban on wildlife markets may drive such markets underground and hike prices for pangolin meat and scales.
On December 1, three people on two vehicles fell into a massive sinkhole that suddenly appeared in the southern metropolis of Guangzhou, near the construction site of a new underground rail line. Just 11 days later, a road caved in the coastal city of Xiamen, again at an underground construction site, trapping at least two vehicles ... .
On December 1, three people in two vehicles fell into a massive sinkhole that suddenly appeared in the southern metropolis of Guangzhou, near the construction site of a new underground rail line. Just 11 days later, a road caved in the coastal city of Xiamen, again at an underground construction site, trapping at least two vehicles ... The-CNN-Wire ... .
Commuters on a packed Northern Line – one of the most polluted sections of the Underground (Picture...Pollution on the London Tube is around 15 times worse than above ground, according to damning research which says air quality on parts of the capital’s underground network is far worse than in other major cities.