International Sports Arena Shenzhen
IMPROMPTU SUNDAY ACTIVITIES
- Universiade International Sports Arena, in Long gang
Shenzhen Universiade Sports Centre (also known as Shenzhen Universiade Centre, Longgang Universiade Sports Centre) Designed as a multi-use sport facilities complex in Longgang, shenzhen China.
The stadium has a capacity of 60,334 spectators. The arena has a capacity of 18,000 spectators, while the aquatic center has a capacity of 3,000 spectators.
Architectural Company in Hamburg, Germany. Founded in 1965 by Meinhard von Gerkan and Volkwin Marg, and now has more than 300 employees in 13 offices.
The impressive crystalline exterior is made of triangular panels made of laminated safety glass and poly-carbonate panels which illuminate at night for a remarkable effect on the stadium.
Universiade Shenzhen (Long-gang sports center)
This Mammoth Construction cost grossed a $530 million budget. Primarily designed for football and athletics competitions.
FOOTBALL INTERNATIONAL STADIUM
SWIMMING POOL ( 800-m Olympic)
Master Pool and Training Pool
FULL OLYMPIC TRACK
Charlie Doing very well after a long spell of running inactivity. last known occasion was in University in Shanxi Province, She appreciates that her health and well-being is super important
MULTI- MANUFACTURER DISPLAY CAR SHOW
As an added side attraction the car show was setup to attract visitors and funnel them into a sales pitch and sales, needless to say i didn’t buy into that, lol
Mercedes, Porsche, BMW, Four Chinese manufactures, Volvo, Rowe, Mazda, Lexus, Toyota, Nissan, MG,Buick
Returning Home we Came upon a kung fu training for kids, very effective seems
Later in the evening we applied our learned observation skills to improving our swimming in our apartment Pool
China does have a lot going on and with together working conditions in the cities, there has to be ways to release tension of the week, There are many places that Chinese visit during weekends in particular, Museums, art studios, dancing, KTV, jazz bars and live bands, mountain climbing, hiking, beaches, cultural heritage spots, skating, rollerblading, sailing, boating to name a few, group activity is primary perhaps allowing more interaction and confidences, I was wondering how the Western world was dealing with this.
Has all access to facilities in your country still under restriction? Must be incredibly difficult to find activities in stadiums and larger arena’s