“ROMEO et Juliette: De la Haine à l'Amour,” a French musical based on William Shakespeare’s play, “Romeo and Juliet,” will return to the Shenzhen Poly Theater with six shows between June 29 and July 2. Early-bird tickets are available on the official WeChat account “SZpolytheatre” from today until Friday. Everyone is eligible for a 5% discount, while VIP members of the theater can enjoy further discounts.
At an intimate concert attended by a little more than 200 people in a fully packed hall on the campus of Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) in Nanshan District on Thursday, the Pilgrims Crossover Band performed tracks from their sophomore album "Rui Nian" ("Auspicious Year"). Many in the audience were fans of the group who seldom miss their shows; passionate applause erupted in the hall after each piece.
Now through April 25, a temple fair featuring a parade, specialty food and folk performances is being held at North Deity Ancient Temple and along Xixiang Pedestrian Street in Bao’an District to celebrate Sanyuesan, the third day of the third month in Chinese lunar calendar thatfalls on April 22 this year.
Local soccer fans can watch Shenzhen F.C.'s home match against Qingdao Hainiu at Shenzhen Universiade Center this Sunday night, the first home match for the local team in the 2023 Chinese Super League (CSL).
It was like a scene from a Chinese martial arts drama — a group of Shenzhen youths in traditional Hanfu gathered at a narrow alley near the Shenzhen Cultural Museum on a Sunday afternoon, holding a traditional Chinese weapon, the whistling arrows.
While Cantopop has been played and sung across China for decades and given birth to such legendary singers as Leslie Cheung and Anita Mui, Hakka pop is largely unknown to those who are unfamiliar with the Hakka dialect and traditions.