Waterfront gem redefines urban living
The 6-kilometer-long Qianhai Bay Section of the Shenzhen Mountain-Sea Vistas opened to the public recently, marking a significant milestone in the city’s urban planning. Stretching from Jinwan Avenue to OH Bay, this project is a pivotal component of Shenzhen’s ambitious “Mountains and Seas Connecting the City” initiative, covering an expansive area of approximately 440,000 square meters.
Costco craze reaches Shenzhen
The Costco craze has officially reached Shenzhen!
Columbia University students in town
A delegation from Columbia University in the City of New York visited Shenzhen from Thursday to Friday.
Public artworks adorn Shenzhen Talent Park
Those who haven’t checked out Florentijn Hofman’s giant inflatable rubber duck floating in Shenzhen Bay should hurry, as the duck will be exhibited for less than two weeks, through Jan. 20.
Foreign seafarers embrace Nanshan's rich culture
The cultural festival on Mazhou Island featured a booth set up by the Shekou Management and Service Center for Expats (SMSCE), which showcased Nanshan’s distinctive culture, handicrafts, and cuisine. Additionally, the booth offered services such as legal and medical consultations to assist foreign personnel, enhancing their understanding and integration into the vibrant community of Nanshan.
Kaleidoscope of colors
In autumn, leaves of bald cypress trees evolve into a rich russet hue before gracefully falling. Now is the time to revel in their beauty, with stunning displays at the Fairy Lake Botanical Garden and Honghu Park in Luohu District, as well as Lianhua Hill Park. Embrace this natural wonderland and seize the moment with your camera in hand.
Nature meets adventure in Longgang Children's Park
Nestled in a forest, Longgang Children’s Park, home to Asia’s largest pirate ship and a mountain-perched Ferris wheel, opened to the public last week.
Runners revel in Shenzhen Bao'an Marathon
The Shenzhen Bao'an Marathon 2023 kicked off at the Coastal Square in Bao'an District on Dec. 31, attracting over 20,000 participants from 19 countries and regions.
Explore Yantian with extended Metro Line 8
Beachgoers heading to the popular Dameisha and Xiaomeisha beaches in Yantian District now have the convenience of using the Shenzhen Metro Line 8 Phase 2, commencing operation Dec. 27. This extension encompasses the Honganwei, Yantianxu, Dameisha and Xiaomeisha stations, complementing the existing Metro Line 8 Phase 1, which opened in 2020, and provides access to various spots in Yantian.
Metro Line 8 Phase II starts operation
Residents can now take Metro to Yantian District to enjoy a view of the mountains and the sea as Line 8's Phase II started operation this morning.