Twenty-five reproduced antique nautical charts in Europe are on display at the “From Mediterranean to South China Sea” exhibition, exploring Shenzhen’s geographic role in the global maritime trade history.
Old photos of infrastructure engineers who contributed to the early construction of Shenzhen are on display at the Shenzhen Library to mark the 40th anniversary of the reform and opening up in Shenzhen. Entry is free.
Photos and documentaries depicting the Aoluguya, a tribe of the Ewenki ethnic group in North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, are on display at Kubrick, a bookstore inside Broadway Cinematheque.
Chinese gongbi painting, or meticulous-style painting, uses meticulous brush technique that delimits details very precisely and without independent or expressive variation.
More than 300 bookplates are on display at the “Gems on the Paper Pearls in the Print: International Exhibition of National Ex Libris” exhibition in Longgang District.
“The Splendor of Southeast China: Leifeng Pagoda and Buddhist Art of Wuyue State,” mainly presented by the Shenzhen Museum, features 78 pieces/sets of Wuyue State (907-978) relics, including Buddhist statues, bronze mirrors, Buddhist scrolls, stone containers and small bronze pagodas.