What is HHS Program
Shenzhen is a young and vibrant city which is located on a southern tip of the Chinese mainland and on the eastern bank of the Pearl River. As China’s first Special Economic Zone, Shenzhen’s pleasant climate and picturesque coastal and mountain scenery have turned it into an attractive travel destination, which earned a place on The New York Times’ list of the world's 31 must-visit destinations. It is also a major transport hub for travelers entering and departing China.
With sea, land and air checkpoints, Shenzhen has a safe, quick and convenient tourist transport network. Eating, living, traveling, shopping and recreation in Shenzhen are made easy because there are products and food available from around the world.
Cultural Festivals and Shows:
There are more than 170 kinds of tourist and cultural festivals in Shenzhen, such as Shenzhen International Tourism Cultural Festival and Window of the World International Beer Festival. The Happy Valley International Magic Festival is one of the biggest magic festivals in the world, attracting top magicians from around the globe every year.
Night Scene of Stadiums in Longgang District for the Universiade 2011
Main place for hosting major sport events, Color Run, Shenzhen MIDI Music Festival,
Strawberry Music Festival etc.
Fried Snails and Wonton Noodles
These unique foods are just two of the traditional dishes of Guangdong. Live like a local and give them a try!
The ancestral home is the Hakka peoples’ traditional architectural style. One ancestral home can provide the living area for an entire extended family. Traditionally, ancestral homes also functioned as protection from enemies and fires, due to their unique and complicated internal structure.
One of the famous Guangdong culinary tradition is the habit of “eating the morning tea,” so-called for the variety of delicious snacks that have eclipsed the tea itself as the main draw. This delicious pastime dates back several hundred years to the Qing dynasty.
Neighbor Hong Kong
Hong Kong is a neighbor of Shenzhen with a lot of fun and attractions. Taoist temples and Edwardian edifices nestle between skyscrapers, people trade on international markets and light incense to bodhisattvas, vestiges of Chinese clan heritage and European colonial history sit side by side — discover the people and places that shaped Hong Kong.
The wonderful night life in Shenzhen is known the world over, since there are thousands of bars for people to go. Some of the bars and are full of the Orient flavor, and some of them are mixture of excitement.
The definitive guide to Shenzhen, Guangdong, China