Several education scholars and experts had an in-depth discussion at a forum in Qianhai on Saturday and shared their views on the cultivation interdisciplinary talents that can meet the country's current and future needs to participate in various global competitions.
Shenzhen's investment in research and experimental development (R&D) reached 168.2 billion yuan (US$2.36 billion) in 2021, up by 11.3% year on year, ranking third among major Chinese cities after Beijing and Shanghai, according to data released by the Shenzhen Municipal Statistics Bureau.
A total of 43 Shenzhen enterprises entered the list of 100 leading digital trade enterprises in Guangdong Province for 2022, accounting for nearly half of the total, according to the list recently released by the provincial commerce department.
At the 24th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF), the country’s largest and most influential annual tech event, every participant has an ace up their sleeve to impress visitors and potential business partners. Poland, one of the 30 foreign participants at CHTF, is also seizing the opportunity to show its tech prowess and explore possible cooperation with Chinese companies.
As camping gains popularity as a holiday activity, especially among young urbanites, portable power stations, which serve as an outdoor power supply, have become a staple in many campers' shopping lists.
Themed "Dual-design Multiverse," the 10th Shenzhen International Industrial Design Fair (SZIDF) is scheduled to take place at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center in Futian District between Nov. 28 and 30.
A symposium over the integrated development between Shenzhen and Hong Kong was held recently, inviting over 30 representatives from the government, business associations and research institutions in Shenzhen and Hong Kong to share ideas.
The Talents Fair of China Hi-Tech Fair 2022 will start tomorrow at the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center in Futian District and GBA Talents Innovation Park in Luohu, highlighting summits, exhibitions, science and technology exhibitions and recruitment.
The ZLF Law Office, a joint venture created by the Zhong Yin, Lektou and Fongs law firms in Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, opened for business in the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration Tower in Qianhai on Nov. 9.
Digital technology results achieved by leading Shenzhen-based tech companies, including ZTE, Huawei and Tencent, were displayed at the 2022 World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit that kicked off Wednesday in the river town of Wuzhen in East China's Zhejiang Province.
As 2023 is drawing near and global investors try to identify the turning points in economies against a complex geopolitical backdrop, UBS Global Wealth Management's (GWM) chief investment office released a report yesterday, outlining what investors can expect in the upcoming year.
A total of 129 Shenzhen entrepreneurs entered the Hurun China Rich List 2022, with the number and wealth accounting for 10% and 11% of the total respectively, according to the list released by the Hurun Research Institute on Tuesday.
Shenzhen Global Fashion Culture Festival was launched at the UpperHills shopping mall in Futian District on Tuesday night, kicking off a series of consumption promotion activities lasting for three days.
The Shenzhen Municipal People's Government recently released 24 measures to support the construction of new type information infrastructure so as to lay a solid foundation for long-term economic and social development.
Visitors, exhibitors and buyers from the U.S., France, Russia and African countries all came together to seek opportunities at the China Jingdezhen International Ceramic Expo (CJICE) that was inaugurated in the city of Jingdezhen in Jiangxi Province yesterday.
As a foreign trade powerhouse, Shenzhen presented its business environment at an international cooperation forum and investment promotion meeting at the China International Import Expo (CIIE) on Sunday, showing the resilience and vitality of the city's importers and exporters to global investors, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
Shenzhen enterprises signed agreements of intent worth over US$4.5 billion at a meeting Saturday in Shanghai, where the China International Import Expo (CIIE) is in full swing, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
The city's trade with Germany reached 63.2 billion yuan (US$8.79 billion) in the first three quarters this year, up by 13.8% year on year, data from Shenzhen Customs showed Friday, accounting for 23% of the city's total trade with the European Union (EU).
A summit that witnessed the launch of the World WLAN Application Alliance (WAA) was held Friday in Shenzhen, gathering 18 founding members including Huawei, ZTE and Tencent to pool ideas on building an open, internationalized wireless local access network (WLAN) platform, a scenario-based WLAN accreditation system and optimizing WLAN application experience.