The Spring Festival in 2021 was undoubtedly an unusual one, as 18 million citizens had chosen to stay in Shenzhen for the holiday in response to a national call for people to celebrate the holiday at the places where they live or work.
Around 20 expat photographers spotted and photographed Chinese white dolphins in the Lingdingyang waters of the Pearl River Estuary during a photography trip in Nanshan District on Sunday, an event that is a spin-off of the Expats Eye Shenzhen Photo Contest.
Several newly planted flowerbeds made up of bulbous plants, which include tulips, Grape Hyacinths, wild daffodils and Hyacinths, have turned Xiangmi Park in Futian District into a local version of the Keukenhof tulip garden in the Netherlands at citizens’ doorsteps.
The Year of the Ox is around the corner.
Many citizens in Shenzhen are snapping up flowers and decorations at flower stalls located across the city as the Chinese New Year is on the horizon.
In Dongbei Village of Kuichong Subdistrict, Dapeng New Area, about a hour’s drive from downtown Futian, dwell artists from all over China who choose to escape from the bustling city and settle there for its tranquility and low rent.