Guangzhou R&F U19 (@2.15) vs Eastern AA (@2.87)
14-09-2019

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Guangzhou R&F U19 will win

Guangzhou R&F U19 – Eastern AA Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 02:30

The club was founded in 1986 in Shenyang as Shenyang Football Team. They played at the 55,000-seat Wulihe Stadium (), until they moved to Changsha in 2007 to reside in the Helong Stadium. Their ownership was brief, and by June 2011 Chinese property developers Guangzhou R&F gained ownership of the club and moved them to Guangzhou. American sportswear and sports equipment company MAZAMBA took over the club in 2010, and relocated the club to Shenzhen in February 2011.

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No longer enjoying a monopoly after the war, it lost trade to other ports such as Hong Kong and Shanghai, but continued to serve as a major entrept. Long the only Chinese port accessible to most foreign traders, Guangzhou fell to the British during the First Opium War. In modern commerce, Guangzhou is best known for its annual Canton Fair, the oldest and largest trade fair in China.

The Chinese abbreviation for Guangzhou is "" (although the abbreviation on car license plates, as with the rest of the province, is ), after its nickname "Rice City". The more recent City of Flowers is usually taken as a simple reference to the area's fine greenery. The city has long borne the nickname City of Rams or City of the Five Rams from the five stones at the old Temple of the Five Immortals said to have been the sheep or goats ridden by the Taoist culture heroes credited with introducing rice cultivation to the area around the time of the city's foundation.[27] The former name "City of the Immortals" came from the same story.

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The temples were damaged by both the Republican campaign to "Promote Education with Temple Property" () and the Maoist Cultural Revolution but have been renovated since the opening up that began in the 1980s. The Ocean Banner Temple on Henan Island, once famous in the west as the only tourist spot in Guangzhou accessible to foreigners, has been reopened as the Hoi Tong Monastery.

From 1923 to 1926 Sun and the Kuomintang used the city as a base to prosecute a renewed revolution in China by conquering the warlords in the north. The Canton years saw the evolution of the KMT into a revolutionary movement with a strong military focus and ideological commitment, setting the tone of the KMT rule of China beyond 1927. Although Sun was previously dependent on opportunistic warlords who hosted him in the city, with the leadership of Chiang Kai-shek, the KMT developed its own military power to serve its ambition.

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The GICEC is served by two stations on Line 8 and three stations on Tram Line THZ1. It is the trade fair with the longest history, highest level, largest scale in China.[119] From the 104th session onwards, the fair moved to the new Guangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Center () in Pazhou, from the older complex in Liuhua. The Canton Fair, formally the "China Import and Export Fair", is held every year in April and October by the Ministry of Trade. Inaugurated in the spring of 1957, the fair is a major event for the city. Since the 104th session, the Canton Fair has been arranged in three phases instead of two phases.

The English name "Canton" derived from Portuguese Canto[28] or Cidade de Canto,[29] a muddling of dialectical pronunciations of "Guangdong"[30][31] (e.g., Hakka Kng-tng). Although it originally and chiefly applied to the walled city, it was occasionally conflated with Guangdong by some authors.[32][34] It was adopted as the Postal Map Romanization of Guangzhou and remained in common use until the gradual adoption of pinyin. As an adjective, it is still used in describing the people, language, cuisine and culture of Guangzhou and the surrounding Liangguang region. The 19th-century name "Kwang-chow foo"[35] derived from Nanjing dialect of Mandarin and the town's status as a prefectural capital.

A Gothic Revival edifice which was built by hand from 1861 to 1888 under French direction, its original Latin and French stained-glass windows were destroyed during the wars and amid the Cultural Revolution; they have since been replaced by English ones. The Canton Christian College (1888) and Hackett Medical College for Women (1902) were both founded by missionaries and now form part of Guangzhou's Lingnan. Nestorian Christians first arrived in China via the overland Silk Road, but suffered during Emperor Wuzong's 845 persecution and were essentially extinct by the year 1000.[159] The Qing-era ban on foreigners limited missionaries until it was abolished following the First Opium War, although the Protestant Robert Morrison was able to perform some work through his service with the British factory. The Catholic Archdiocese of Guangzhou is housed at Guangzhou's Sacred Heart Cathedral, known locally as the "Stone House". Since the opening up of China in the 1980s, there has been renewed interest in Christianity, but Guangzhou maintains pressure on underground churches which avoid registration with government officials.[160] The Catholic archbishop Dominic Tang was imprisoned without trial for 22 years, but his present successor is recognised by both the Vatican and China's Patriotic Church.

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The built-up area of the Guangzhou proper connects directly to several other cities. The built-up area of the Pearl River Delta Economic Zone covers around 17,573 square kilometres (6,785sqmi) and has been estimated to house 22 million people, including Guangzhou's nine urban districts, Shenzhen (5.36m), Dongguan (3.22m), Zhongshan (3.12m), most of Foshan (2.2m), Jiangmen (1.82m), Zhuhai (890k), and Huizhou's Huiyang District (760k).[citation needed] The total population of this agglomeration is over 28 million after including the population of the adjacent Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.[citation needed] The area's fast-growing economy and high demand for labour has produced a huge "floating population" of migrant workers. As of 2014[update], it was estimated at 13,080,500,[2][125] with 11,264,800 urban residents.[3] Its population density is thus around 1,800 people per km2. The 2010 census found Guangzhou's population to be 12.78 million.

The Guangzhou Bus Rapid Transit (GBRT) system which was introduced in 2010 along Zhongshan Road. It has several connections to the metro and is the world's 2nd-largest Bus Rapid Transit system with 1,000,000 passenger trips daily.[140] It handles 26,900 pphpd during the peak hour a capacity second only to the TransMilenio BRT system in Bogota.[141] The system averages 1 bus every 10 seconds or 350 per hour in a single direction and contains the world's longest BRT stationsaround 260m (850ft) including bridges.

After Changsha Ginde were relegated to League One at the end of the 2010 league season, the club was purchased by MAZAMBA and moved into the Shenzhen Stadium in the city of Shenzhen, Guangdong in February 2011.