Shenzhen Rescue Volunteers Federation will send an advance team to aid the rescue operation in Türkiye following a huge earthquake that has killed more than 4,800 people in Türkiye and Syria.
Cross-border travel between the mainland, Hong Kong and Macao fully resumed with no COVID-19 restrictions, including no quota for arrivals on either side, from today.
The whole city of Shenzhen was immersed in a joyous festive atmosphere in celebration of the annual Lantern Festival, a traditional Chinese festival that features family reunions, feasts, light shows, diverse traditional customs and various cultural activities.
Diverse celebrations of the Chinese New Year have sent festive vibes across the city as people from various cultures express their good wishes for the Year of the Rabbit.
Shenzhen's 2023 Spring Festival Flower Fair, a traditional event that spices up the festive atmosphere of the Chinese New Year, opened today at its main venue in Gangxia, Futian District and 10 subvenues. With a total of 2,900 flower stalls, the fair will run through Jan. 21 and will also be held at a number of fixed flower markets across the city. Shoppers can buy not only flowers but also Chinese New Year decorations.
Bullet train G5820 from Hong Kong arrived at Shenzhen North Railway Station at around 7:22 a.m. today after an 18-minute trip, becoming the first train to Shenzhen as the high-speed railway connecting the mainland and Hong Kong resumed operation after nearly three years of suspension due to the pandemic.
Focusing on various themes ranging from special delicacies, modern infrastructure to beautiful scenery, a total of 26 selected works for the Expats Eye GBA Short Video Contest presents the enchantment of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), which wowed audiences at the award ceremony held Saturday at the Shenzhen Book City CBD Store in Futian District.
Shenzhen's 2023 Spring Festival Flower Fair at its main venue in Gangxia, Futian District, yesterday. The fair, a traditional event that spices up the festive atmosphere of the Chinese New Year, will run from Sunday to Jan. 21. It will have 10 subvenues and a number of scattered flower markets across the city, with a total of 2,900 flower stalls. Shoppers can buy not only flowers but also Chinese New Year decorations.
The Longhua subvenue of the ninth Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (UABB) opened Saturday to the public. Themed "Between Warp and Weft" and set in an idled factory in Dalang Fashion Town, the subvenue presents a total of 18 works that were made by architects, designers, artists and institutions from home and abroad. Visitors can also encounter some other installations on the walls of the factory as well as around the fashion town area. During the exhibition period through March 30, more than 10 related events such as workshops, screenings and forums will be held.