Just to show that the new Zhuhai website is for you, cityofzhuhai.com will put you up overnight at an exotic hot springs resort, or in elegant hotels around Guangdong, or provide other gifts just for doing a great job telling your story: Zhuhai Through My Eyes.
(1)Deadline for entries: June 30, 2016
(2)Time for Vote: July 15-August 31,2016
(3)Results seen on www.cityofzhuhai.com
(1)Evaluation by a panel of experts
1st placeOne deluxe room at Imperial Hot Springs with breakfast, lunch and massage
2nd place1 superior room at Swissotel Foshan Hotel
Or 1 deluxe room at the Pullman Dongguan Forum
Or 1 deluxe room at Crowne Plaza Foshan
3rd placeMobile battery for smart phones and U-key with a chinadaily.com.cn logo
ExcellentU-key with a chinadaily.com.cn logo
VOTE FOR YOUR FAVORITE ZHUHAI STORIES
We received interesting stories from overseas friends who have been to, lived in or worked in Zhuhai, a beautiful coastal city in South China's Guangdong province. Please click on the button to vote for your favorite stories.
The great part of coming to Zhuhai while it was developing was that I grew with the city itself.
When I first arrived in Zhuhai, my first impression about Zhuhai was a small city full of palm trees in Southern China.
Long time ago, there is a rumor that one of the Chinese kings called Kai, hide a cherished treasure somewhere.
Zhuhai seens as paradise lingering on the earth, just like the pearl shining on south China sea.
My research told me that Zhuhai was one of the most desirable Chinese cities to live in.
I was not born in Zhuhai. When I was 9 years ago, my family moved to Nanshui, but not a very downtown area.
I moved to China, from London, after university and was shocked by how beautiful the city and scenery was in Zhuhai.
After 12 years in China, I've finally found the peace I was looking for. A home from home, a place I can finally say, "This is where I want to be."
It is a city of an ever changing dynamic that ceases to stop innovating.
I graduated from Beijing Normal University Zhuhai Campus one year ago. It’s a very beautiful university with lots of trees and flowers.
After one year in Changsha, my Chinese friend Flynn told me that he used to live in a place called Zhuhai.
One of the nice things about Zhuhai is the lack of “news”, but this comment is purely from a foreigner.
For me, Zhuhai is like a tattoo carved into my heart. Unlike most visitors and native Zhuhai inhabitants, I am a half-blood Zhuhai inhabitant.
Every time the ferry approached Jiu Zhou harbor, seeing the skyline of Zhuhai my heart was pounding faster and faster with joy.
Its been nearly five years since I have stepped back into the humid air of Zhuhai.
“What a surprise ! ”you would say. I can hear your ironical voice.
Many people with congruent passions, interests, and goals working together is the way in which ecosystems change. Like tribes banding for the sake of gathering firewood, for the hunt, for a round of storytelling or for rhythm.