HK students, teachers on study tour at Nantou Ancient Town
More than 150 students and teachers from Cheung Chuk Shan College in Hong Kong visited Nantou Ancient Town and the Nanshan Museum in Shenzhen on Friday afternoon. The mainland study tour is part of the Hong Kong senior secondary students’ Citizenship and Social Development curriculum.
Japanese Film Festival to hit Broadway
Ten Japanese movies will be shown Nov. 17-Dec. 3 at two Broadway cinemas in Shenzhen. Movie enthusiasts can not only enjoy new productions made in the past three years, but also the classic “Galaxy Express 999” in the remastered 4K version. All the movies will be shown in Japanese with Chinese subtitles.
Shenzhen Reading Month events this weekend
The 24th Shenzhen Reading Month is set to bring over 2,000 activities running through Nov. 30 at 11 subvenues across the city.
Designers share insights at ‘SZ & HK Co-reading Poster Exhibition’
Given the cultural ties between Shenzhen and Hong Kong, a series of events aimed at facilitating exchanges between the two cities are being held as part of the 24th Shenzhen Reading Month.
Exhibition spotlights film master Cai Chusheng
Old Chinese films created in the early 20th century hold a unique charm and nostalgic aura. This charm may arise from the vintage aesthetics, the warmth of storytelling in a bygone era, and the memorable performances by stars such as Ruan Lingyu, Zhou Xuan and Zheng Junli. However, it is the talented filmmakers who created the classic cinematic experiences that are more notable.
Watch Chinese team's World Cup qualifier in SZ
The Chinese men’s soccer team, which will undergo training in Shenzhen starting tomorrow in preparation for the upcoming 2026 FIFA World Cup Asian qualifiers, is scheduled to play a vital match at the Shenzhen Universiade Center in Longgang District on Nov. 21.
World famous directors' new movies to be shown
Movie enthusiasts will have a rare chance to watch new movies directed by world famous filmmakers such as Ken Loach, Anh Hung Tran and François Ozon or starred by superstars such as Josh O’Connor, Juliette Binoche and Isabelle Huppert at the 2023 Golden Rooster Film Screening event. Screenings will be held Nov. 12-30 at three of The MixC’s cinemas in Shenzhen. Two old movies made in the 1990s will also be featured.
SZ designer selected as 2024 D&AD Awards Jury President
Shenzhen designer Pan Hu (better known as Tiger Pan), who recently designed Luckin Coffee’s Moutai-flavored latte packages, has been selected as the 2024 D&AD Awards’ Packaging Design Jury President, according to Design & Art Direction (D&AD) in Britain.
A glance at Shenzhen Art Film Screening in November
At the Shenzhen Art Film Screening project in November, audience members can enjoy recently released popular Chinese movies, such as “Only the River Flows,” “One and Four” and “The Shadowless Tower,” as well as past acclaimed films, such as “We Made a Beautiful Bouquet” from Japan. The movies excel in their ability to evoke emotions and in their exploration of universal themes that resonate with a wide range of audiences.
Shenzhen Reading Month events this weekend
The 24th Shenzhen Reading Month, with over 2,000 activities running through Nov. 30 at 11 subvenues across the city, will open Saturday.
Han Jiaying's exhibition explores design's essence
With numerous visual designs for prestigious events, organizations and corporations to his credit, renowned Chinese designer Han Jiaying is holding a solo exhibition at the He Xiangning Art Museum, showcasing his designs, experiments and research spanning 30 years.
David Garrett to grace Lianhua Hill music festival
As one of China’s largest outdoor classical music festivals, the Lianhuashan Glades Music Festival, inaugurated in 2014, has held more than 40 shows, featuring prestigious musicians such as Lang Lang and Lyu Siqing, and attracting a total of more than 200,000 audience members. This music extravaganza has become one of the shining cultural gems of Shenzhen.
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