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Nanshan International Cultural Exchange & Service Center
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Front Gate of Nanshan International Cultural Exchange & Service Center
Front Gate of Nanshan International Cultural Exchange & Service Center
Foreigner Liasion  Office
Mini- library
Traditional Chinese Culture Room
Traditional Chinese Culture Room-Guzheng
Pantry Room
Rainbow Land
Theater
Law Consulting Room
Social Club Room

About us

Founded in January 2019, Nanshan International Cultural Exchange & Service Center is committed to helping expats to integrate in Shenzhen with free authoritative information, consultancy and culture exchange events through online and offline services.

Address & Contact

Address and contact information:
Place Address (English/Pinyin): 
1st Floor, Imperial Park I, Wanghai Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen
深圳市南山区望海路海上世界双玺花园一期一层
Place Phone: 
+86 (755) 2161 2083
INTRODUCING THE ARTIST: BEAT BAUMANN 包曼贝阿
BEAT BAUMANN'S EXHIBITION IN h41

 WELCOME TO THE WORLD OF BEAT BAUMANN

He's an artist currently living in Europe who is completely fasinated by Chinese culture. 

His paintings are influenced by his travels and his perception of life.

Enjoy. 

 

stay connected

www.facebook.com/beatbaumannart

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CO-TALK Language Center*Window of the World Campus*Seaworld Campus
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Co-talk的梦想是联合全世界有趣的人儿、有用的资源、有创意的想法,一起打造一个文化生态链。

Co-talk dreams to connect interesting people, available resources, creative ideas around the world, creating an unique cultural ecological chain. Start with language, connect to culture, promote communication, boost activities, derive product; therefore driving language learning. They are interrelated and interact on each other.

 

We have successfully hosted a series of activities, including Chinese Corner, cultural activities, and language quiz night.

In the future, we’ll plan more funny and meaningful activities for expats and locals to make their life colorful in Shenzhen.

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Address & Contact

Address and contact information:
Place Address (English/Pinyin): 
(1)No.1912, 19 floor, block A, Reith Center(the tall golden building), Nanshan District, Shenzhen, China (2)5C 508 Seascape square, Exit D, seaworld metro station, shekou, Nanshan, Shenzhen, China
中国深圳市 (1)南山区瑞思中心(金黄色大楼)A栋19楼1912,世界之窗地铁站C1出口 (2)南山区蛇口海上世界D出口,海景广场5C 508
Place Phone: 
15919746086
Favorite Shenzhen Spot #1 : Da Fen Oil Painting Village 大芬油画村
Da fen Oil Painting Village in Shenzhen

Da Fen Oil Painting Village is located within the Longgang District of Shenzhen and has become well known for supplying art materials, art prints and of course, oil paintings, worldwide.

Not only is Da Fen a maze of tiny galleries, studios and supply shops, but it is also a haven for well priced works of art, both originals and replicas.
DaFen

Here are some useful words and phrases to get you started purchasing some high quality art in Da Fen: Read more »

West Kowloon Cultural District
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The West Kowloon Cultural District lies in the heart of Hong Kong. It sits within the Yau Tsim Mong District and is bounded by Canton Road in the east, the Western Harbour Crossing entrance and Austin Road West in the north and Victoria Harbour in the west and south. in the headland area of the district, the West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade is a quiet haven within our busy city. A 10-minute walk from MTR Kowloon Station will bring you to reach the MTR Kowloon Station entrance of the West Kowloon Cultural District. Read more »

Address & Contact

Address and contact information:
Place Address (English/Pinyin): 
29/F, Tower 6, The Gateway, 9 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
西九文化区 西九龍海濱長廊港铁九龙站入口側
Place Phone: 
(852) 2200 0217
On Reverse Culture Shock and Coming Home from China

"The culture shock must have been crazy, eh?"

 

"Actually," I found myself constanty telling those that asked, "I had more culture shock coming home to Canada than I did going to China." And I meant it. 

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50 Reasons Why Shenzhen is the World's Best City

Contributions by our blogger Jen Murray, some photos by photographer Anton Kicker.

We don't agree with CNN Travel that Hong Kong is the best city in the world. But Shenzhen? After all Shenzhen is just another mainland city that can never get its English signs right and whose traffic becomes a nightmare everyday from 4:30 to 8. But don't come too soon to conclusions--Shenzhen's unique vibrancy is one that you could only see with your own eyes.

12 Chinese Dishes (That You Should Be Eating Right Now!)

Chinese food in China and Chinese food in the West are like night and day. They could not be more different. I decided to share a little bit of my own experiences with Chinese food when I finally got fed up with people asking me if they had eggrolls and chicken balls in China. (Spoiler alert: they don’t)

There are no buffets, really, in China. When you sit down to the table at a restaurant with a group of people, all of the food is placed in the middle. It is a communal or “family style” way of eating. It is considered sort of a bonding moment between you and your friends or family. When you are going out to eat you might end up eating and drinking for a very long time. The longest time I have spent at a restaurant was probably over three hours. Read more »

13 Things That Are Normal In China (But That Might Seem Weird To You)

When I lived in China there were many things that would probably be considered pretty ridiculous by our standards, but by China standards were and are extremely normal. (TIC or “this is China” comes to mind.) I got used to them pretty quickly, but whenever I tell people who have never travelled to China about some of the things considered normal there, they laugh and joke about how weird or ridiculous that is. So I decided to compile a list. And here it  is:

 

1.  Air Conditioners Are Considered Evil

 

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Art books needed

Hi all,

 

I am currently trying to build up a collection of art related books and/or magazines for our library at our art centre Da Wang Culture Highland. I was hoping somebody has some suggestions of where I can procure books like this in Shenzhen. Second hand books are fine and they will not be sold from the art centre, just for reference. We don't have much money to spend for this so free or cheap would be ideal. 

 

Any ideas?

 

Cheers,

 

Tom






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