That's PRD takes a look at the best of the week:
August 30: Green Trivia Night
Test your eco-wits and show off your green guru knowledge! Prizes from Green Room and Jenergy Juice Cleanse for the winning team, plus green celebrity status from here to Hong Kong!
1) Teams must be no less than three people and no more than five people.
2) At least two people from your team must make a dinner reservation between 6.30-8pm
3) No mobile phone use during the game.
August 31: Family for Italy
A multicolored family of Shenzheners decided to make this charity group to collect money to send to the Italian Red Cross after the earthquake in central Italy. The event will happen this Wednesday in Baia (BBC) Futian at 7pm, where people will collect money via WeChat or cash.
September 2: Pg.lost
The Swedish instrumentalists pg.lost will present their brand-new album Versus to kick-off September. The band built a studio in the woods in Sweden and recorded their most mature studio record to date. Versus may go down in post-rock history books for breaking the genre’s boundaries. Some have called Versus a true post-rock masterpiece, worth a listen for any of the genre’s fans.
September 2-3: See U, Vbar!
Vbar is briefly closing for renovations and bar staff are honored to invite you to attend the farewell party! All beers are buy-one-get-one free and there will be a 50 percent discount on listed bottled liqueur and wine. Guests also stand a chance to win some cool prizes in the lucky draw.
September 3: Huun Huur Tu
Huun-Huur-Tu is a musical group from Tuva, a Russian republic situated on the Mongolian border. This legendary band will present Shenzheners with their delightful folk music. The group has fascinated devotees with the phenomenon of throat-singing, in which a single vocalist produces two or even three notes simultaneously, by selectively amplifying harmonics naturally present in their voice.
September 3: Drunken Poets' Night
Take your favorite quill and lie on paper the poems you wish to share with others aficionados on the poem wall. Team up and try to translate Chinese poetry into English. Enjoy an ice-cold glass of absinthe, the favorite alcohol of poets, to quench your thirst after reciting your favorite poem on the open mic. Or you could drown yourself with wine and beer until you feel confident enough to write your own poems!
Sep 4: Black Panther
As one of the oldest rock bands in China, Black Panther is a must-see band for fans of Chinese rock.
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