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    Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region: Pursuing prosperity for 70 years

    Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region is located in South China and bounded by the Chinese provinces of Yunnan to the west, Guizhou to the north, Hunan to the northeast, and Guangdong to the southeast.The Beibu Gulf and Vietnam border it to the south and southwest.

    Guangxi became an autonomous region in 1958 and it has undergone transformational changes over the past decades.

  • A new look of Beibu Gulf City Cluster

    Located in the southwestern part of China, the Beibu Gulf Urban Agglomeration neighbors Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macao, and also faces Southeast Asia. It is situated at the intersection of China's opening-up of the frontier and coastal areas, and plays an important strategic role in China's opening-up and cooperation with the Association of the Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

  • Eight museums you shouldn't miss in Guangxi

    Museums are institutions for the collection of cultural relics and speciments, and as such are an important component of a region's cultural undertakings. Get a taste of Guangxi's profound history through the eight museums below.

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