The Shenzhen Rescue Volunteers Federation was initiated by the Shenzhen Mountaineering and Outdoor Sport Association right after the May 2008 Wenchuan earthquake. Since its inception, the SRVF has been actively involved in major disaster rescue and response work.
Themed "Fashion Voyage," this year's three-day Fashion Shenzhen Show was held at Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center in Futian District.
The public is warned to stay vigilant, properly stow away items at outdoor areas, stay away from large outdoor billboards, and keep themselves updated with the latest weather report.
No matter where you are in the city, a green escape is never far as Shenzhen has no shortage of parks. Shenzhen residents, regardless of age, are used to the lifestyle of going to parks to embrace nature, entertain and relax during their leisure time.
The cultural week, from Friday to Aug. 28, is themed on “connecting traditional arts with modern life.”Themed activities will be held to promote intangible cultural heritages to the public.
After about a year's renovation, the Huazhong Power Plant in Nanshan District has been transformed into a new culture and art center where citizens may enjoy their leisure time.
The vertical silos of the former Guangdong Float Glass Factory in Shekou in Nanshan District offer a unique, otherworldly space and the repurposing breathes new life into the aging behemoth.
A small exhibition interpreting Sanxingdui is being held at the Shenzhen Museum's ancient art division through Oct. 23. Some of the relics are on loan from Sanxingdui Museum and Jinsha Museum in Sichuan Province while some are 3D-printed replicas of Sanxingdui's star items.
Longhua is famous for its charming old Hakka villages, some of which have been turned into art villages such as the Guanlan Printmaking Village and New Who Art Village.