That’s Shenzhen takes a look at the best of the weekend:
Sat, Dec 5: SWIC Holiday Bazaar
Join the festive cheer at the SWIC Holiday Bazaar! Perfect for the whole family, there will be handcrafted gifts, international food and wine tastings, face-painting, kiddie manicures, archery and more. There will also be special discounts at Terrace including buy one get one on selected drinks. Plus free holiday photos with Santa and Caishen!
Sat, Dec 5: Domesticated Humans Live Improv Comedy Show
For those who aren’t familiar with Domesticated Humans, they are Shenzhen’s first long-form improv group. Long-form improv is a type of stage comedy where suggestions are taken from the audience to build an entirely improvised show with various characters and storylines. It will be full of laughs, fun, and drama.
Sat, Dec 5: Hannah Arendt: The Patriarchy Has No Gender
Join the Shenzhen Philosophy Club for a brief overview of Hannah Arendt – who she was and how her work continues to resonate today. They will also examine her strained relationship with feminism which feeds into the fact that the patriarchy has no gender. Feminism, gender roles, the patriarchy, and more, this coming Saturday.
Sat, Dec 5: Stolen
Image via Baidu
Stolen or 秘密行动 consists of five musicians from Chengdu and a French VJ. Their music has an intriguing, dark temperament just like the Chinese translation of their name (Secret Operation) implies. The band’s music falls under electronic, indie rock, synth pop and post punk.
Sun, Dec 6: Muay Thai Boxing
Join Lazy Laowai for a muay thai session Sunday evening. Go on, kick some butt.
Sun Dec 6, 5-6.30pm; RMB80 members, RMB98 nonmembers. Address above.
Until Dec 13: Emergency Landing – Space Capsule Art Exhibition
Image via Jupiter Museum
An avant garde, immersive experience featuring futuristic installations and art pieces.
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[Cover image via Jupiter Museum]