Golden Week! It is a splendid name—the best part is reality lives up to the name. Golden Week is the long holiday (about a week) taken to celebrate National Day in China. This year was the most special of all, as National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival fell on the same day, October 1. Now, PKUers are back on … More Travel Snapshots from Golden Week
Are you a handicraft enthusiast? On October 17, 2020, the University Town Community Government organized a Chinese Knot cultural event for students and faculty in the Home for International Friends on the PKU Shenzhen campus. Each participant was allowed to challenge themselves in creating their Chinese knot! A group of 30 students and teachers from … More Chinese Knot Making Event Appreciates the Beauty of Handicraft
In order to spread knowledge about Chinese tea among the young, an interactive tea culture activity was organized by the University Town Community Government on October 17th at the Home for International Friends on the Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School (PKUSZ) campus. Students from PKUSZ and the other universities of University Town Shenzhen all joined in together … More All in a Teacup, Event Teaches Students Depth of Chinese Tea Culture
New students or visitors who have just come to Shenzhen always have these questions. What fun places are there in Shenzhen? What about around campus? It’s true! There is not much information about Shenzhen because it is a new mega-city and always changing! Make the most out of your free time and weekends to enjoy life and really get to … More Exploring Shenzhen: Historical Charm with Modern Twist in Nantou Ancient Town
Get to know the Cha Chaan Teng! Originating in Hong Kong, the Cha Chaan Teng is also known as the Hong Kong Style Café. Cha Chaan Teng can be historically traced to around 1950s when the western lifestyle became increasingly popular among Hong Kong people. Back then, western cuisine was only served in fancy … More Shenzhen Food Scene: The Cha Chaan Teng!
Due to the COVID-19, as we all know, the Nanyan campus was closed down for a long time. For over 6 months, it was difficult for those inside to get out and for those outside to come in freely. While this situation was distressing, for people who love photography, to some degree, it offered an … More Tips for Taking Amazing Photos on the Nanyan Campus
School starts and then Mid-Autumn Festival arrives so quickly! In order to celebrate this traditional holiday of China, the first Mooncake Making Night of PKUSZ was held on September 29th at the Home for International Friends on campus. A diverse group of 20 international and Chinese students from different graduate schools on campus attended this meaningful activity. In China, … More Mooncake Making Night Shares the Spirit of Mid-Autumn Festival