Guangdong, referred to as “Guangdong”, the provincial capital is Guangzhou, is a province on the southern of the Chinese mainland. It borders Hong Kong, Macau, Guangxi, Hunan, Jiangxi and Fujian, and faces Hainan across the sea.
Guangdong has 21 prefecture-level cities (including 2 sub-provincial cities) and 119 county-level administrative districts (60 municipal districts, 20 county-level cities, 36 counties, and 3 autonomous counties).
Guangdong is popular in Cantonese, Hakka and proverbs.
Guangdong is the southern gate of China. It is located at the position of the shipping hub of the South China Sea. Since the Qin and Han Dynasties, the ancestors of Guangdong have embarked on the road of contact with the rest of the world through the ocean and become the earliest source of the Maritime Silk Road. After the reform and opening up, Guangdong has become the frontier of reform and opening up and the window of introducing Western economy, culture and technology, and has achieved remarkable results.
The 9 cities of the Pearl River Delta of Guangdong will join hands with Hong Kong and Macao to create the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau Bay Area, becoming one of the world's four largest bay areas alongside the New York Bay Area, the San Francisco Bay Area and the Tokyo Bay Area.
Area: 179,700 square kilometers 
Population: 112.69 million (residential population in 2017)
Dialects: Cantonese, Hakka, Proverbs, etc.
Climatic conditions: subtropical monsoon climate
Famous attractions: Danxia Mountain, Changlong Happy World, Overseas Chinese Town, Baiyun Mountain, Yannanfei, Guanlan Lake, Luofu Mountain
Airport: Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, Shenzhen Baoan Airport, etc.
Railway station: Guangzhou South Railway Station, Guangzhou Railway Station, Guangzhou East Railway Station, Shenzhen North Railway Station, etc.