In Shenzhen, more than 4.36 million people have participated in voluntary, unpaid blood donations as of May 31, 2020, contributing 872.9 tons of blood and helping save 1.45 million people, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
By virtue of its openness and pioneering spirit, Shenzhen has been continuously improving its global competitiveness and marching toward the world stage with remarkable achievements over the past four decades, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
Apple is one of the most common fruits in our daily lives. But when a Shenzhen design company spices up this ordinary fruit with a "Three apples have changed the world" story and packs them in exquisitely designed boxes, apples can become the new rage at the market, Xinhua News Agency reported Sunday.
The city's first trial newspaper, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily, was published June 6, 1981, nearly seven months after the Shenzhen Municipal Publicity Department was permitted by the city government to run a newspaper.
Talent is the first resource, and the most dynamic element in innovation. Shenzhen Talent Competitiveness Report in 2020 showed Shenzhen introduced 287,500 talented employees in 2019. The number of talents working in the science and technology sector reached 2 million.
Intangible cultural heritage represents the living legacy of humanity and is an important vehicle of cultural diversity. As a city of migrants, Shenzhen has been striving to make the local culture a widely diversified one while preserving its traditional and cultural heritage.
As the only national, internationalized and integrated cultural industries fair in China, the China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industries Fair (ICIF) focuses on exhibition and exchange and is committed to building a trade platform for China's cultural industry products and projects.
Shenzhen International Airport in Bao'an District has handled more than 560 million passenger trips since the aviation service was started in 1991. Its network connects with 60 cities abroad and covers five continents.
Shenzhen ranked first among 156 sub-provincial and prefecture-level cities in China in the performance appraisal of intellectual property rights (IPR) protection in 2019, according to the results published by the National Intellectual Property Administration.