Introducing HERE!DG+

HERE! Dongguan is proud to introduce HERE!DG+, a new and exciting Internet TV program focusing on Dongguan life, culture and events. Our goal is to create quality, informative broadcasts that

What’s the Deal with Muslim Noodle Shops?

Their green signs scripted with Arabic lettering, and pictures of open pasture, cows and sheep, comfort many Chinese-illiterate foreigners with consistency and suitable nourishment. The similar interior and menus of

Before You Hike in Dongguan

DIY Trail Gear There is no reason to overspend while preparing for your trip. If you can’t handle being in public without Gucci, the great outdoors is likely not for

Cleaner Buses

Vehicle emission control has of late been receiving much attention lately. Not only tightening access of stronger emissioned yellow labeled vehicles into the city and replacing most gasoline powered taxis

Creative Ideas Assembly

There’s good news for Dongguan’s craftsmen, designers and stylish home goods collectors. The city’s first creative folk art market is taking place in Guancheng on August 3 and 4, where

Taxi Deficiency

The fact that it’s hard to get a taxi downtown during rush hours is already unreasonable, but recently the situation seems to be getting worse. Due in part to some

Help Ya’an Tally

Following the devastation left by the April 20 earthquake in Ya’An Sichuan, Treasures of Hope charity thrift store and the AMBD Brazilian women’s club, along with HERE! Dongguan, set about

Cartoon Fair

A cartoon fair, officially named the China International Animation Copyright Fair, is marching toward its fifth yearly event since 2009, greatly quickening developmental steps for the local animation industry. Being

GDP Looking Up

Dongguan Statistics Bureau released the economic data from the first half of 2013. The GDP showed an increase of 9.2 percent from last year at this time. Ranked 18th among

New Airport Check-In

A new airport check-in point was added to the Nancheng Bus Station in February this year, making it the ninth location with the service. All nine support airlines taking off