Discover Shenzhen This is a story of the exploration of Shenzhen’s biodiversity by Isaac Cohen, a biology teacher from Colombia at an international school in Shenzhen.
Stuntwoman-turned entrepreneur finds her niche in SZ IN 2009, a stunt show job opportunity at OCT East in Yantian District brought Australian Sally Grice to Shenzhen. Twelve years later, she still leads an action-packed life, but in another way: running a company, raising her 2.5-year-old daughter while expecting her second baby and engaging in dog rescue efforts, with the company and support of her business and life partner, Chris Apps.
Local bryologist, Colombian teacher explore bryophyte world Isaac Cohen, a high school biology teacher from Colombia, visited the Fairy Lake Botanical Garden on July 31 for the first time since he came to Shenzhen in 2017.
Young artist eyes music without boundaries Wearing African-style dreadlocks, a nose ring, a pair of cool ear pendants with tattoos on his arms, Luka, a somewhat idiosyncratic musician can be easily recognized on the streets.
Bryde's whale makes rare appearance in SZ The Dapeng New Area Government has formed an ad hoc working group consisting of various departments, marine experts and environmental volunteers to make all-out efforts to protect a Balaenoptera brydei, commonly known as Bryde’s whale. The whale has been roaming around in the Dapeng Bay area over the past week since it was first sighted by locals near the coast Tuesday.
SMBU commencement Shenzhen MSU-BIT University (SMBU) held its commencement ceremony for the 2021 graduates including the school’s first batch of 100 undergraduate students and another 31 postgraduate students Saturday afternoon on its Longgang campus. The ceremony was also simultaneously held online due to the still ongoing pandemic.
71-year-old American sings for CPC's centenary Here is the story about an American old man who fell in love with China after living and working here for years.