The second 21st Century Maritime Silk Road China (Guangdong) International Communication Forum kicked off in the coastal city of Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, on Wednesday, September 19, 2018. This year’s theme is “New Era, New Silk Road, New Image.”
As China has become the world's second-largest aviation market, limited capacity has become a major bottleneck for many domestic airports, which are rushing to better tap their physical and digital resources.
On Tuesday morning, air raid sirens sounded for three minutes in Shenyang and 13 other cities in northeast China's Liaoning Province to mark the 87th anniversary of the "Sept. 18 Incident", the start of Japan's invasion of China.
The communication of language and culture has consistently been a link in the establishment of the Belt and Road. In recent years, many Guangdong enterprises have provided artificial intelligence (AI) technologies such as 3D scanning, intelligent translation for international cooperation and exchange programs.
Through the development of in-house IP (Intellectual Property), the implementation of cutting-edge technology, Guangdong companies involved in creative industries have begun to go global; furthering international cultural exchange in many fields.
Guangdong Airport Authority signed a memorandum of cooperation on Sept 16 at the 24th World Route Development Forum with seven airlines including China Southern Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Siberia Airlines.