Chinese writers shine at prestigious sci-fi awards
Chinese sci-fi writers and artists enjoyed a rewarding night Saturday at this year’s Hugo Awards. Hai Ya took away the Best Novelette award for “The Space-Time Painter” while well-known computer graphics artist Zhao Enzhe won the Best Professional Artist award.
Meet the Swingles at Shenzhen Concert Hall
Sunday's a cappella concert at Shenzhen Concert Hall by Grammy winner the Swingles is not to be missed.
Enjoy fresh contemporary dramas in theater biennale
The Fourth Contemporary Theater Biennale will be held in Futian District, Shenzhen from Nov. 24 to Dec. 3, bringing 13 global productions and 29 captivating performances covering original and new works, classical reconstructions and crossover theatrical arts.
Admire striking designs at architecture exhibition
Renowned Chinese architect Ma Yansong and his MAD Architects, known for their innovative designs that challenge traditional architectural norms, are exhibiting architectural models at the newly opened “Ma Yansong: Landscapes in Motion” exhibition at the Shenzhen Museum of Contemporary Art and Urban Planning (MoCAUP).
Zhang Haochen's dialogue with Beethoven in later years
Zhang Haochen, one of today’s most sought-after pianists who had spent several of his junior years in Shenzhen and went on to captivate the audiences around the world, will return to the city Thursday, presenting his dialogue with Beethoven in the composer’s later years.
'Han Jiaying's Design A-Z' to open Oct. 28
Following his “Reflection” exhibition in 2012, renowned Chinese designer Han Jiaying will open his new solo exhibition Oct. 28 at the He Xiangning Art Museum in Nanshan District.
'Riverdance' to hit SZ Poly Theater soon
Three performances of “Riverdance,” a show that has wowed global audiences for over two decades, will be staged at Shenzhen Poly Theater this December.
Rediscover Silk Road in Italian scientist's book
Inspired by “The Travels of Marco Polo,” a 13th-century book describing Polo’s travels through Asia, Italian theoretical physicist Alessandro Codello started his own journey a few years ago from his hometown Venice, following in the footsteps of Polo on a legendary journey through Eurasia.
More cinemas added to SZ Art Film Screening project
Starting this month, the Shenzhen Art Film Screening project has included three more cinemas in Luohu, Futian and Bao’an respectively, in addition to the original Broadway Cinematheque in Nanshan. This expansion enables more locals to watch excellent movies at inexpensive prices.
Enjoy exciting holiday events in Shenzhen
Experience an unparalleled holiday in the vibrant city of Shenzhen, where exciting events await you. From new movies to delightful coffee and beer festivals, from special activities at centuries-old markets to an array of exhibitions and performances, this holiday promises to entice all senses. As an added bonus, a brand-new library and an art museum have been unveiled, offering more enriching cultural experiences.
Mooncakes: delight in every bite
Eating mooncakes, together with reuniting with family, admiring the moon and watching the Mid-Autumn Festival Gala, are among the most important Mid-Autumn Festival customs. As the traditional Chinese festival falling on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month approaches, the mooncake, a signature Mid-Autumn Festival snack, begins to occupy a corner of the dinner table or the fridge of almost every Chinese family, not just in China, but throughout the world.
HK Palace Museum unveils "Gazing at Sanxingdui"
The Hong Kong Palace Museum (HKPM) officially unveiled the special exhibition “Gazing at Sanxingdui: New Archaeological Discoveries in Sichuan” (hereafter referred to as “Gazing at Sanxingdui”) on Tuesday, with an opening ceremony held at the museum that afternoon in West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HRSAR).
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