Museum Visit Helps Newcomers Get to Know Shenzhen

Although it may not have the palaces of Beijing, ancient tombs of Xi’an, or sacred temples of Lhasa, Shenzhen should not be mistaken as a city without a history. After a visit to the Shenzhen Museum organized by the Campus Advisors for Orientation Week, newly arrived international students learned to dismiss this common misunderstanding. Established … More Museum Visit Helps Newcomers Get to Know Shenzhen

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

Dialogue in the Dark: An Untold Perspective

In February, I went to “Dialogue in the Dark” in Shenzhen with my friends. One of my friends told us about the social entrepreneur, Andreas Heinecke, the founder of “Dialogue in the Dark”. Originally he worked at a radio station in his hometown Baden-Baden, Germany. One day he was asked to develop a work training for a young journalist who had lost his eyesight in a car accident. This working opportunity made Andreas and the young journalist good friends. … More Dialogue in the Dark: An Untold Perspective

Shenzhen featured in Wired UK’s “Future Cities” Series

Shenzhen is the subject of Wired UK’s new web series “Future Cities”. In the video below, you can get to know Shenzhen a bit better as you’re led through an area called Huaqiang Bei, a few Shenzhen-based companies, and finally the Shenzhen Museum. The entire video is worth watching, however if you’re most interested in … More Shenzhen featured in Wired UK’s “Future Cities” Series