Pearl River Delta Connectivity History and Legacy of the Pearl Guangzhou’s Pearl River’s length stands over 1,243 miles [2,000 km] (about 1,243 miles) Being the third-longest river in the whole of China. Its Pearl Name came simply from a large boulder found on the river bed. Scientists were amazed by the perfect shape and…
November 2020: Music in the Park These special events have been successful and well subscribed by the residence and visitors in Shenzhen. 6th Anniversary Repeating its sixth year, This open-air festival Performance is noted as the Annual Shenzhen’s musical sensation, classical music performances are not for a select few, instead enjoyed by anyone wanting to…
Summer in South China Humidity August in China is extremely hot this month in Shenzhen is particularly humid, the only respite from the burning heat is welcomed when the thunder storms appear pouring down heavy rain that swamps the streets and overflows the drains. The lightning and thunder bellowing out sometimes for hours at a…
How is Shenzhen so Ahead of other Cities Worldwide? Shenzhen City [Guang Dong] south of china has undergone radical changes both in Commercialism and infrastructure development, Not more than 40 years previously Shenzhen a fishing village area only mode of transportation were boats by fishermen, everything was this mode of transport, In the early development…
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