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Weekly Event Guide: 28 May 2015

Art Exhibits

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"SZ Live" English Radio Program Now Streaming

A brand new, live, English-language radio show called Shenzhen Live began streaming yesterday afternoon from Yeyan Radio Station.

Shenzhen Live is a weekly, English language, lifestyle talk show that discusses local, current events and other issues of importance to Shenzhen residents. Hosted by Pax (Canada) from Asia Club Zone and Cecilia (China) from the Shenzhen Daily, listeners can expect to learn more about the city they call home, while listening to unique and eclectic music tracks. Some episodes will feature in studio guests. 

The show’s current time slot is from 3 to 4 p.m. on Sundays, but the show will re-run on Wednesdays from 3 to 4 p.m. Read more »

Homeless Dog Adoption Event

Twenty homeless dogs are waiting for dog-lovers to take them home at a dog adoption event Sunday at Coastal City in Nanshan District.Organized by the Shenzhen Dog Protection Association, the event will also feature a stage show calling for animal protection. Administration departments will give free licenses to the dogs once they are officially adopted at the event. Local pet hospitals will give free health checks and free rabies vaccine shots to the dogs.
Time: 10 a.m.-5 p.m., June 29
Venue: 2/F, Coastal City, intersection of Wenxin Road 5 and Houhaibin Road, Nanshan District (南山区后海滨路与文心五路交界处海岸城二楼) Read more »

Shenzhen Writer Fully Funds Book On Kickstarter

Do you love delicious, homemade dumplings? China’s favored dish, the dumpling (or jiaozi in Chinese), can be found on every street corner, in every restaurant, and in every kitchen in China, but they are all pretty much prepared the same way: a bit of meat, some garlic and ginger, and a bit of vegetables if you’re lucky. Even a visit to the freezer section at any grocery store displays hundreds of packages of dumplings that all look and taste the same. But the dumpling is so versatile! Have you ever tried stuffing a dumpling with chicken? Refried beans? Cheesecake filling? No? Hardly anyone has! Crazy Dumplings takes this simple staple food and prepares it in ways you never thought possible! Read more »

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