By Candice Yang
The melody of Cantonese opera comes from the radio in Weixing Copper Ware Store. Su Weixing, the storekeeper, is making tea with a copper teapot. He made the teapot by himself. As a craftsman working on copper casting, Su opened this store with his friend, which lies on Enning Road in the Liwan District.
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By Cynthia Zhou
Located in a Huimei mansion in Zhujiang New Town, the biggest central business district in South China, a cosmetic surgery hospital named the Best Women Medical Beauty Hospital covers half of the seven floor.
In the shadow of a crystal chandelier, the reception hall is covered in bright yellow. The walls of the corridor are carved in a European style.
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By Xinyi Wang
According to the National Education Department, more than 500,000 Chinese students went abroad to study last year. That is the same as the population in Florence. Without a doubt, overseas studying has become a hot choice for Chinese.
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