Guangzhou City Centre China Walking Tour | 2019 | 广州天河到花城广场

Guangzhou City Centre China Walking Tour | 2019 | 广州天河到花城广场

Guangzhou City Centre China Walking Tour (2019) / 广州天河到花城广场 (2019)

Guangzhou City Centre China Walking Tour (2019) is a video recording of my walk-in Guangzhou, China with no talking. I highly recommend using headphones to experience 3D environment sounds as I recorded with binaural microphones.

Filmed using:
Camera: Osmo Pocket –
Extension Rod: Osmo Pocket Extension Rod –
Audio Recorder: Zoom H1N –
Camera Charger: Osmo Pocket Charging Case –
Editing Software: DaVinci Resolve –

Guangzhou Tianhe Info:
Tianhe District (Chinese: 天河区) is one of the eleven districts of Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province. In Chinese, the name Tianhe literally means “a river in the sky/heavens”, which is also a Chinese name for the Milky Way. It is bordered by Yuexiu District on the west, Baiyun District on the north, and Huangpu District on the east. Haizhu District is on its south, though they are separated by the Pearl River.

Tianhe became a district in the 1980s as the city expanded its size. Back then, it was east of Dongshan District (which was merged into Yuexiu in 2005) and it was more suburban-like if not rural-like. Even though a majority of colleges and universities in the city were located in the district, the rest of the district was mostly composed of rice fields.

Symbolic landmarks of Guangzhou located in Tianhe District are Citic Plaza, Guangzhou International Finance Center, Guangzhou Opera House, and the Guangdong Museum. The 6th and 9th of The National Games of the People’s Republic of China and the 2010 Asian Games were also held in Tianhe District, Guangzhou.

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Dongguan | 东莞 | Greater Bay Area

Greater Bay Area | Dongguan

China Daily brings you a series of 11 short videos featuring cities from the Greater Bay Area.

The Greater Bay Area is China’s plan to integrate the two special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macao, and the nine Chinese mainland cities of Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Huizhou, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Jiangmen and Zhaoqing in Guangdong province into a leading hub for innovation and economic growth.

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