11.11 Single’s Day: A Special Treatment for Singles in China

What comes to your mind when you see the number 11.11? The answer can be anything, but you should at least probably know about Single’s Day in China. History and Tradition China’s Single’s Day (双十一节 or 单身节) is an annual non-official holiday celebrated on November 11 (11月11日). Because the date 11/11 resembles solitary stick figures, … More 11.11 Single’s Day: A Special Treatment for Singles in China

Halloween Celebration at Happy Valley Shenzhen

Halloween, which always falls on October 31st, is now celebrated in many countries around the world. It is a Western holiday with a long history. Originally celebrated by the Celts to commemorate death, nowadays, Halloween is basically a holiday that attracts attention and entertainment seekers. Many bars, malls, and restaurants will use Halloween as a … More Halloween Celebration at Happy Valley Shenzhen

HOMESICK YET? International Students Discuss their Favorite Items from Home

Dear all Chinese and international students who have gotten through the first months of their academic year in one of the most modern and innovative Chinese cities, Shenzhen! The Peking University Graduate School would like to wish you a pleasant journey throughout your time studying here. As much as the whole experience within itself is … More HOMESICK YET? International Students Discuss their Favorite Items from Home

First Look: Shenzhen-Hong Kong High-Speed Rail Opens

The Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong High-Speed Railway, also known as the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link, is a new high-speed railway which links Guangzhou, Dongguan, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. The High-Speed Railway was formally put into use at 6:44 on September 23rd. The MTR Corporation held a naming contest and the name “Vibrant Express” won out among … More First Look: Shenzhen-Hong Kong High-Speed Rail Opens

After Typhoon Mangkhut: Shenzhen’s Biggest Storm Hits Its Strongest Campus

On Sunday, September 16 Typhoon Mangkhut, the strongest storm in PKU Shenzhen’s history, hit the campus. Sustained winds reached well over 200 km/h, and storm surges on the coast were some of the highest ever recorded. Before the storm arrived, analysts in neighboring Hong Kong correctly predicted Mangkhut would be the most powerful storm in … More After Typhoon Mangkhut: Shenzhen’s Biggest Storm Hits Its Strongest Campus

From Far and Wide, New International Students Arrive at Nanyan

No rest for the jet-lagged!!! Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School welcomed 113 new international students from nearly 40 countries at the beginning of the 2018/2019 academic year. The arrival week is full of activities and training sessions to provide an opportunity for new students to meet their future PKUSZ classmates and get oriented at their … More From Far and Wide, New International Students Arrive at Nanyan

Faces of Nanyan | 人在南燕

“This Christmas Eve I received much love and happiness, but there’s also a hint of sadness in it. I am thankful to my lovely friends for their presents on Christmas Eve. The thing is, along the way you drift apart from some people. It’s a little sad, because we really did love each other.” “这个平安夜巨大的开心中带着些微的伤感。感谢各位平安夜小天使的礼物。另外,有些人真的走着走着就散了,有点难过,毕竟真的好过。” … More Faces of Nanyan | 人在南燕