Features of Guangzhou
The capital of Guangdong Province.
A famous cultural city with a history of more than 2,200 years.
China's 'Southern Gateway' to the world.
Located in the southeast of Guangdong Province and in the north of the Pearl River Delta.
At east longitude 112' and north latitude 22' , bordering on the South China Sea, adjacent to Hongkong and Macao.
Total Land Area
7,344.40 square kilometers
Permanent residents10.15 million, and a daily floating population of 3 million on the average.
Total 10 districts and 2 satellite cities. The urban 8 are Yuexiu District, Dongshan District, Haizhu District, Liwan District, Tianhe District, Baiyun District, Huangpu District and Fangcun District. The suburban 2 are Panyu District and Huadu District. The two satellites are Zengcheng City and Conghua City.
Subtropical monsoon climate.
Average annual temperature: 21Centigrade -- 7Centigrade
Average relative humidity: about 77%
Annual rainfall at the urban area: over 1 982 mm
GMT.+ 8 hours, the same as in Singapore, Hong Kong and Beijing
The Babbler (or, the Chatterer)
Statue of Rams