Six climate change films to be screened for free
Six films that stood out at the Shenzhen Science Film Week 2023 and the eighth Handle Climate Change Film Festival will be available for free screenings to communities, schools, grassroots organizations, and relevant television stations, aiming to raise awareness and disseminate knowledge about climate change.
Female musicians to perform recitals
This week, violinist Akiko Suwanai and pianist Alice Sara Ott, two iconic female artists of the classical music world, will grace Shenzhen Concert Hall and perform sonatas by Beethoven, Brahms, and Richard Strauss, as well as Chopin’s complete preludes and short pieces by contemporary composers.
When Halloween meets Chinese classic
A halloween event is being held at the Splendid China • China Folk Culture Villages theme park in Nanshan District, offering tourists a thrilling experience.
Weekend concerts by dazzling musicians
This weekend, celebrated classical guitarist Miloš Karadaglić and Canadian pianist Bruce Liu will give recitals at Shenzhen Concert Hall.
Halloween events in town this weekend
Here is a list of Halloween events in town for English-speaking residents.
Mazu worship held on Double Ninth at Tianhou Museum
Hundreds of people worshiped Mazu, the goddess of the sea, at the Tianhou Museum near the Chiwan Port in Nanshan District on Monday morning, to mark the 1,036th anniversary of Mazu ascending into heaven.
Shenzhen to host dual theater festivals in November
The domestically-focused 8th China Campus Theater Festival and the 27th BeSeTo Theater Festival, which gathers productions from both home and abroad, will run concurrently from Nov. 11 to 30 in Shenzhen, said the China Theater Association, organizer of the events.
Concert pays homage to Gershwin
George Gershwin, an influential composer and pianist of the 20th century, skillfully blended jazz music elements with classical music. His innate talent elevated the artistic expression of both genres to unprecedented heights.
Hugo Award winner draws inspiration from history, traditional culture
Sci-fi writer Hai Ya, China's latest winner in the prestigious Hugo Awards, has found an endless source of inspiration in Chinese history and traditional culture.
Urban ballad events launched in SZ
Singers and bands from across the nation performed a collection of soothing ballads at the premiere concert of the “My Town, My Folk” New Era Chinese Urban Ballad Series at OH Bay in Bao’an District last Saturday, drawing a crowd of 3,000 audience members.
Enjoy SZ Bay coffee event at Talent Park
If you didn’t make it to Shenzhen Talent Park for the Shenzhen Bay Coffee Culture Week over the weekend, you can still go today or tomorrow.
Festival launched at SZ Happy Valley
The Shenzhen Happy Valley theme park has launched a festival in October and November, providing visitors with unique and engaging experiences during both daytime and nighttime.
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