Get a Virtual Shenzhen ID Card to Celebrate the City's 40th Anniversary

By That's Shenzhen, August 24, 2020

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In celebration of Shenzhen’s 40th anniversary as a Special Economic Zone, you can get a virtual Shenzhen ID card (yes, foreigners too!) On the virtual card you can choose how many years you’ve been in the city, your name and the funnest part – choosing your avatar. Upload a picture or take a photo, chose a gender and the Mini Program will superimpose your face onto different characters. Click ‘换装’ to change the outfit and hairstyle, and click ‘确定’ to confirm and get your customized card. 

Does the card have any actual use or benefit? No, but it’s just a fun way to show some Shenzhen pride.  

Screengrab via 来了就是深圳人 Mini Program

Scan the QR code below to create your card:


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