MixC Shenzhen Bay decorated with cute pink installations

French musician and artist Philippe Katerine has decorated The MixC Shenzhen Bay with his massive bubblegum pink installations, disclosing the artist’s philosophy of “simply open your eyes, you can always find something cute somewhere and it’s just a matter of perception.”

Egyptian golden mummies at Nanshan Museum attract SZers

Ancient Egypt has an enduring fascination, and the newly opened Egyptian golden mummy exhibition at Nanshan Museum proves it. Since the free exhibition opened June 24, the booking has been full every day. Currently the museum is temporarily closed due to the pandemic, so when it reopens July 5, book your visit as soon as possible.

Cloud concert marks 25th anniversary of HK’s return

The Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra (SZSO) is joining hands with the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra (HKCO) to present a concert that marks the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to the motherland that falls on this Friday.

A night of Bach, Piazzolla classics in Guangming

Young Chinese guitarist Kuang Junhong and accordionist Mao Junhao will play Bach’s “Italian Concerto, BWV 971,” “Suite No. 1 in G Major BWV 1007” and “Sonata in G Minor BWV 1020” and Astor Piazzolla’s “The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires” and “The History of Tango.”

Admire contemporary calligraphy by Xu Jing

Chinese calligrapher Xu Jing, who has designed fonts for many renowned film titles and stage show titles, is exhibiting her unique calligraphic works at UPAVILLION.

Designer depicts women’s power in kaleidoscopic illustrations

In shipping giant UPS’ latest Proudly Unstoppable campaign to support women-owned small- and medium-sized businesses, three artists from Canada, China and Germany were invited to “depict what happens when women support and lift each other up.”