A look at some events around town this weekend.
by That's Shenzhen, 22 January 2021
by That's Shenzhen, 08 January 2021
Hindsight is 2020.
by That's Shenzhen, 29 December 2020
17th December 2020, Shenzhen China –As a traditional grand western festival, Christmas is quite popular among young people because of its interesting culture.
by That's GBA, 21 December 2020
Do you feel the festive spirit?
by That's Shenzhen, 18 December 2020
Just two weeks til Christmas!
by That's Shenzhen, 11 December 2020
Thanksgiving and more this weekend.
by That's Shenzhen, 26 November 2020
A wine and wellness weekend.
by That's Shenzhen, 19 November 2020
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https://desert-safari-dubai.co provides a variety of all comprehensive packages for distinct types of desert safari, Our desert safari involve many varying options like dune buggies and quad bikes.
October 25, 2020 at 20:13 pm
Headline on front thumbnail should say most foreigners...it says all foreigners, which is inaccurate
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Can someone clarify whether eating turkey is OK or not OK? I asked because they listed a number of meats that are OK, and said what's not on the list is not OK. Turkey is not on the OK list.
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