"Start Here," a Chinese TV drama telling stories of technological innovation and entrepreneurship in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), premiered on China Central TV Channel 1, Tencent Video and iQiyi last Wednesday and received high ratings.
Japanses animations “Suzume,” “Inu-Oh” and “Detective Conan: The Phantom of Baker Street,” which are being screened across Shenzhen, have garnered both acclaim and box-office success. Now moviegoers can watch more Japanese movies this week at a special screening program to experience a focus on human relationships and emotions and subtle storytelling techniques in eight films.
This Sunday evening, a wind quintet consisting of five musicians from the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra (SZSO) will perform "The Magic Flute," the final opera by classical master Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
After three months of exhibition, certain temporary artworks at the first Art Field Nanhai Guangdong land art festival have been removed while most remain on the sites for long-term exhibition in Nanhai, Foshan City, Guangdong Province.
Organized by the Bay Opera of Shenzhen and OH Bay, the second International Theater Life Festival features 19 breathtaking stage productions in 55 performances centered on five themes: Refreshing Classics, Emerging Pioneers, Family Time, Forever Shakespeare and Stage Russia, at the Bay Opera of Shenzhen from April to July.
Shenzhen Fantawild Animation has won the best animation technology award at the Fourth Animation Awards under the China Culture and Art Government Awards for its new development in facial expression rigging technology.