Metro Line 14, a fully automated line that runs through Pingshan, Longgang, Luohu and Futian districts, started operation Friday morning, bringing Pingshan closer to urban CBD.
The Huaxia Station on Metro Line 6 Phase II is among Shenzhen's first of seven Metro stations to be assembled with prefabricated components that are comparable to building blocks in a "Lego" set.
A total of 100 sanitation workers in Shenzhen who have been working for over five years were honored for their efforts in keeping the city clean at a ceremony yesterday, the city’s sixth and Guangdong’s 29th Sanitation Workers’ Day.
Last Sunday saw the start of Frost’s Descent, the last autumn solar term of the Chinese lunar calendar, which marks the transition from autumn to winter with cooler temperatures. However, subtropical Shenzhen is still clinging to warm temperatures this week. Sunny days make it the perfect period for spending more time outdoors.
The Spring/Summer 2023 Shenzhen Fashion Week kicked off at OCT Harbor in Nanshan District yesterday, with Laurèl, a German womenswear brand under local fashion powerhouse ELLASSAY, and luxury car brand Audi joining hands to stage the opening runway show.
From the air to space under the sea, construction on infrastructure and key projects in Qianhai is in full swing. Qianhai is building itself into a platform for comprehensively deepening reform and innovation in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area as well as a gateway hub for high-level opening up.
The under-construction Mawan Undersea Tunnel is part of the 8.05-kilometer Mawan Undersea Passage, which starts at the intersection of Mawan and Yueliangwan boulevards and ends at the intersection of Dachan Bay Toll Station of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Riverside Expressway. It will be put into operation in 2023.
A "deer" is wandering in the green bush, a "squirrel" is chewing nuts on a tree stump, two "white rabbits" are frolicking in the meadow, and a "marmot" is protruding its head from a ground hole. You are seeing these scenes not in a zoo but in some parks in Shenzhen.
In addition to resident birds in Shenzhen, such as egrets and Chinese pond herons, migratory birds have traveled thousands of miles along the East Asia-Australia Flyway to their wintering grounds or stopovers in Shenzhen.