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Samba meets lion dance in Shuiwei A vibrant parade, specially choreographed to meld Brazilian samba with the Chinese lion dance, brought life to Shuiwei's Cultural Block 1368 in Futian District on Saturday night.

Lion dancers show off skills Lion dancers perform on stage at the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Lion King Championship in Xixiang Subdistrict, Bao’an District. Ten teams representing different regions in Guangdong Province displayed their exquisite lion dancing skills Saturday and yesterday in Xixiang, the first stop of the competition.

Expats explore Luohu, mark traditional festival A group of 12 high-caliber foreign talents from countries including Pakistan, the U.S., Russia, Thailand and Poland stepped away from their podiums, left their offices, and embarked on a journey to Luohu District on Tuesday. They wrapped zongzi, the traditional food for the Dragon Boat Festival, to celebrate the festival, at a public service center of KingKey 100 Tower after having a group tour to the 96th floor of the city’s second-tallest building, which stands at a height of 441.8 meters.

Shenzhen stories captivate audiences in Beijing Nearly 200 Chinese and foreign guests and journalists, including diplomats from 29 countries and representatives from international organizations in China, gathered in Beijing on June 21 for a themed promotion event presented by Shenzhen on its remarkable growth over the past 40 years as a miracle in the world development history.

When Sanyuesan meets Yingge Dance On April 17, the parade of the Sanyuesan temple fair was launched near the North Deity Ancient Temple in Bao'an's Xixiang Subdistrict. Amid the dragon dance, lion dance and Meilin piaose performers, a Yingge Dance troupe from Puning City, Guangdong Province, which was led by the acrobatic moves of a young lead dancer playing the role of Shi Qian from the novel "Outlaws of the Marsh," paraded the streets of Xixiang with zeal.

‘SZ’s digital transformation experience worth learning’ Holding a mobile phone in his hands, Rhio Zablan from the Filipino Service of Asia and Africa Center of China Media Group finished a livestream at Shenzhen Bay Park yesterday, the second day of an ASEAN media tour to Shenzhen, where he introduced Shenzhen Bay Bridge and shared his visit in Shenzhen with his audience.

Expat marathon runners: It feels exciting to run at home Thomas Royet bought a pair of running shoes three years ago, hoping to run a race; however, he didn’t expect that today would be the first time to wear them for the HONOR • Shenzhen Marathon 2022, and he ran so intensely that he didn’t realize the shoes had worn out until he crossed the half marathon finish line.

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