The annual top 10 books of the 23rd Shenzhen Reading Month were unveiled at a ceremony held on the outdoor lawn of Shenzhen Bay Park's Egret Lawn Book Bar in Nanshan District last Thursday.
From last Thursday to Nov. 27, the 13th Shenzhen Fringe Festival is turning every corner of the city into stages for art activities and performances. Themed "Power Fringe," this year's edition has invited over 42 groups of artists and teams to present 37 performances during the 11 days of the event.
Riding on the success of a "China chic" series last year, Shenzhen Concert Hall will present four concerts, featuring Chinese instruments and art songs inspired by ancient Chinese poems. Free shows and public lectures will be organized on the sideline of the four concerts.
A new exhibition authorized by the Palace Museum in Beijing takes 12 representative flowers in the four seasons in the imperial palace as the theme and interprets them in various media such as calligraphy, paintings, installations and multimedia.
Accompanied by snippets of classical masterpieces handpicked by Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra artistic director Lin Daye, more than 200 audience members spent three joyous hours at a free lecture Saturday afternoon in Nanshan District.
People from different eras have experienced childhood in different ways. Social media sometimes radiates a nostalgic vibe and a comparison of then and now, triggering some people to say "It's different in my time."