(ECNS) -- Carbonated soft drinks such as cola can help fight fires caused by flammable solid materials, including wood, cotton and paper, but cannot put out fires caused by fuels and burnable gases, according to a report in the Guangzhou Daily. (Date:07/18/2017 09:33) Read full article >>

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Guangzhou: Guangzhou known historically as Canton or Kwangchow is the capital and largest city of Guangdong province, People's Republic of China. Located on the Pearl River, about 120km north-northwest of Hong Kong and north-northeast of Macau, Guangzhou is a key national transportation hub and trading por