Foshan's TV tower is a handy landmark.
Today my latest eChinacities.com article has posted, this one about Foshan, a small (I think there's 7 million inhabitants--so, only small by Chinese standards) city that neighbors Guangzhou. The two cities are linked by public transportation and a shared history here on the Pearl River Delta.
Click the link to find out why Foshan is famous:
Local people retreat to Wal-mart and shopping malls for the airconditioning.
Temperatures (and sticky humidity) are rising in the Pearl River Delta. This week for eChinacities.com, I've written about how to stay cool in Guanghzou.
This week for eChinacities.com I've written an overview of which neighborhoods in Guangzhou are popular with expats. Take a look at the link below:
Beth is an American freelance writer who has lived in Europe and Asia since 2003. She grew up on a sailboat and, though now a landlubber, still enjoys a peripatetic life. She writes articles and suspense about travel, expatriate living, and many other topics.