2nd Expats Eye Shenzhen Photo Contest
This year’s contest, having run from June 1 through Sept. 30, awarded two first prizes, three second prizes, eight third prizes, 20 merit prizes and 43 finalist awards.
The 11th Shenzhen Expats Chinese Talent Competition
Bringing out the best in each of them, 10 finalists in the 11th Shenzhen Expats Chinese Talent Competition enthralled the audience by fervently sharing their views on the drastic changes that have happened to Shenzhen and their stories with the city in fluent Chinese.
The 40th Anniversary of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. To mark the occasion, we are publishing a series of reports celebrating the city’s achievements in different aspects over the past four decades.
A visa is an officially approved document issued by authorized bodies for the government, in accordance with the laws of the country, to foreign citizens applying to enter, leave or transit through the country.
Pilot Demonstration Area of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics
The building of the demonstration area will help deepen reform and expand opening-up comprehensively, according to the document issued by the Communist Party of China Central Committee and the State Council.It is also conducive to the implementation of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area plan and the fulfillment of the Chinese dream of national rejuvenation.
Series City Guides
The plan includes publication of two city guides – “Work @ 755” and “Live @ 755” – which explore how to start up a business and adapt to life in Shenzhen, in and from a globalized language, perspective and point of view.
City's War on COVID-19
Figures, FAQs, news, and counter-measures about COVID-19 in Shenzhen.
Expats Chinese Talent Competition
Launched in 2010, ECTC is an annual event hosted by the Foreign Affairs Office of the Shenzhen Municipal Government and the Shenzhen Municipal Information Office, and organized by Shenzhen Daily and eyeshenzhen.com.
As one of the most modern and civilized cities in China, Shenzhen has been committed to promoting a city-wide awareness for waste classification for quite some time, and yet there is still much to be done.