A group of Hong Kong young people paint a picture of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) in front of the Mission Hills Marker in Longhua District on Tuesday to mark the upcoming National Day. Dozens of Hong Kong graduates landed jobs at Mission Hills Group in Shenzhen last year under the GBA Youth Employment Scheme. The youths said they joined the event to show their best wishes for the motherland.
The western part of Shenzhen boasts a 68-km coastal line, world-class container hub ports, comprehensive transport links and several natural islands. The transport links and container ports contribute solid support for the socio-economic development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA).
Over 390 companies including 41 local State-owned enterprises (SOEs) attended the job fair, providing over 7,000 job vacancies. The 41 local SOEs including Shum Yip Group Ltd. and Shenzhen Metro Group offered over 570 job positions. This was the first offline job fair organized for the university's graduates of 2023, according to SZU.
More than 30 people from Chinese and foreign families in Shekou, Nanshan District, learned about firefighting during a trip Saturday to Shekou Fire and Rescue Station.
Shenzhen Bus Group has added a new sightseeing bus line, the Green Line, which connects the following stops: Dongmen, Shenzhen International Trade Center Building, Honghu Park, Dafen Oil Painting Village, Gankeng Hakka Town, Wanda Plaza, South China City, Shanglilang and Caopu.
Metro Line 14 is scheduled to be put into service Oct. 28 and three newly built transport hubs will be operational on the same day, Shenzhen Metro Group has announced.
A section at the bookstore has been devoted to displaying more than 1,000 books related to the history of the Communist Party of China (CPC). The book exhibition aims to create a strong learning atmosphere to welcome the 20th National Congress of the CPC, which has been proposed to convene on Oct. 16.
Technologies used to help fight the coronavirus pandemic are taking center stage at the Shenzhen subvenue of the 2022 National Mass Entrepreneurship and Innovation Week, which opened Sept. 15 at Shenzhen Bay Sports Center in Nanshan District to showcase the city's achievements and breakthroughs in entrepreneurship and innovation.
Shenzhen, a young city full of vitality, has taken the lead in building a child-friendly city in China since the end of 2015. In May this year, Shenzhen released guidelines for the construction of a child-friendly public service system, which were China’s first local standards for building a child-friendly city.