Themed “Possibilities of Design,” the thematic forum at the 2018 Design Week was held at the Shenzhen Museum of Contemporary Art & Urban Planning Exhibition on Saturday.
Themed “Possibilities of Design,” Shenzhen Design Week (SZDW) is back this April, aiming to continue the discussion on the relationship between design and industry, as well as design and social life.
The second Belt & Road Shenzhen International Music Festival will hit town in March with 17 high-end concerts performed by renowned musicians and orchestras from home and abroad
Russian music master Mikhail Pletnev’s genius as a pianist, conductor and composer has enchanted and amazed audiences around the globe.
More than 80 fashion shows will be staged until March 19 at the Museum of Contemporary Art & Planning Exhibition in Futian District.
March is when the cold starts to let up and much of the country finally gets signs of warm weather.
China enters the list of top 10 countries for travel with the newly released list in Lonely Planet’s Best in Travel 2018.
One of the most poetic things to do in winter would be appreciating plum blossom trees while stepping through a snow-covered path.
A stroll around flower markets will sharpen your senses of sight, sound and smell.