From an array of patriotic flash mob events to grand light shows across the city, as well as installations and exhibitions dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, Shenzhen has recently been seeing a mighty display of proud patriotism.
The Australian Open China Challenge, kicked off in Beijing on July 15, is holding tournaments in 10 mainland cities (Beijing, Xian, Rizhao, Suzhou, Changsha, Shenzhen, Zhengzhou, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Chengdu) competed by amateur players in men's doubles and mixed doubles games.
National flags and National Day art decorations are omnipresent across the city to mark the upcoming 70th anniversary of the founding of People's Republic of China.
Sitting shoulder-to-shoulder at the small amphitheater on the Bayside Campus of Shekou International School (SIS), 130 educators, students and NGO members were empowered with the empathy to impact the world at the inaugural Shekou Sustainable Development Goals Summit (Shekou SDG Summit) this Mid-Autumn Festival holiday.
Players, performers, volunteers and FIBA World Cup 2019 staff members bade farewell to the Shenzhen Bay Sports Center after the games concluded in Shenzhen. The city hosted a total of 10 games from Sept. 1 to Sept. 9.
It took a while for Team USA to assert their might, but when they did, there was no stopping them as they knocked Brazil off with an 89-73 result at the Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre.