The HERE! 100: Dongguan’s Most Essential Facts & Hearsay

Gabriel Barbee, Nancy Bee, Ziv Glikman, Nick Jacobs, Sooryakala Jeyasooria, Tracy Lu, Edward O’Neill, Hina Patel, Robin Pier & Stephen O. Roberts review the superlatives that make our adopted home

Yes. Wait, No

While the Keyuan Garden is well-maintained and considered the city’s most touristy attraction, its brother, Daosheng Garden, went through devastating danger in October. Construction workers began to hammer down parts

Cattle Days

Among Dongguan’s towns, one is the spot to buy beef. Hengli Town is famed for its cattle market and holds a festival to celebrate it. From October 23 to 26,

New Releases

In the latest generation of Chinese entrepreneurship this magazine has reported that film studios have been sprouting up around the city and making profits from commercial and independent short films.

Stirred Up

The Laimeng Commercial District’s Reggae influenced neighborhood bar, Stir It Up, reopened October 2 after renovations to essentially double the floor space were completed. The changes led the bar to

Gaining Weight

Though few know what the initials stand for, Dongcheng’s IEO Citywalk is beginning to fulfill its potential as a local destination for food and leisure. The International Environmental Open-Space (IEO)

Sculpture Show

On October 25, a sculpture exhibition kicked off in the 21 Space Art Museum in Guancheng. Featuring figurative sculpture, which is derived from real object sources, the exhibition displays creative

Old Buildings, New Life

Buildings left incomplete and condemned after the 1997 Asian financial crisis halted the decade’s realty boom, may soon be given new hope. Instead of demolishing and starting over, officials are