People buy and sell real estate in Hengqin can now register and pay their taxes in one simple transaction.
The Zijin Hengqin Lecture Series was held on 4 August at Xiangzhou Port in Hengqin, bringing a traditional Chinese cultural feast with the characteristics of the Forbidden City to attendees from Hengqin and neighboring cities.
The lecture was a highlighted event of the Forbidden City Gallery Zhuhai branch and was presented by Lu Chenglong, deputy director of the Antiquities Department of the Palace Museum, head of the Institute of Ancient Ceramics and executive director of China Ancient Ceramics Society. It’s title was “Chinese Ancient Ceramics Appreciation.”
Lu has served in the Palace Museum, the museum of Forbidden City, since 1984, working on the authentication, display and conservation of ancient ceramics. In the lecture, he explained in detail – with his rich knowledge and humor-filled delivery– the development history, appreciation and collection of ancient Chinese ceramics. The three-hour lecture attracted over 200 participants.
As previously reported by Hengqin Record, the Forbidden City Gallery has been designated a contemporary cultural and art space by the Palace Museum in Beijing and its Hengqin branch is expected to spread traditional Chinese culture to the Greater Bay Area.
The Zhuhai branch of Forbidden City Gallery will carry out a series of cultural activities including art exhibitions and highly interactive lectures as well as displaying publications of the Palace Museum along with cultural and creative products.
Zhuhai is listed as one of the 22 cities as additional cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zone by the State Council of the P.R.C.
Hengqin Record presents last part in a series of insights into Hengqin provided by Zhuhai-based legal professional Alexander Kocsis.
Hengqin Record presents the third in a series of insights into Hengqin provided by Zhuhai-based legal professional Alexander Kocsis.
The inaugural Hengqin Scientific & Technological Entrepreneurship Competition has opened for online registrations.
The Chief Executive of Macau, Chui Sai On, and the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam, joined the first plenary meeting of the leading group for the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area held in Beijing on 15 August.
Launched concurrently with Inno Valley HQ on 29 June 2015, the Peking University Entrepreneurship Training Camp Hengqin Base is a nonprofit platform supporting young entrepreneurs from the Greater Bay Area including Guangdong, Macau, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
The growing number of foreign tennis coaches instructing young players in Hengqin and across the Greater Bay Area is helping take young Chinese players to the next level.
The Municipal Urban & Rural Planning Commission has announced that it is ready to submit its Integrated Development Plan for the merger of Hengqin New Area, Zhuhai Free Trade Zone and the neighboring Hongwan and Wanzai areas to the municipal government for approval.
Hengqin International Tennis Center will be open for use by residents of Zhuhai, Hong Kong and Macau free of charge from 11 August to 31 December, Huafa Sports has revealed.