That's PRD takes a look at the best of the week:
November 15: Monoswezi & MonkeyBar
Monoswezi is a collective of musicians originally from Mozambique, Norway, Sweden and Zimbabwe based in Oslo Norway. With a common passion for traditional African music in general, and music from Zimbabwe and Mozambique in particular, Monoswezi seeks a musical expression, where respect for tradition is combined with different references and experiences from jazz and modern Western music. And MonkeyBar, this Scandinavian duo, will bring the live driving techno with off-kilter drumming, swollen synth lines and deep bass drones: evocative of epic days filled with darkness in the northernmost fjords of Scandinavia.
November 17: Café Créa Crafts
Coffee buff’s won’t want to miss the Christmas Cafe Crafts, which is being held by Shenzhen Bienvenue and will support a charity while promoting high-quality java.
November 18: Low Wormwood
Low Wormwood is a folk band based in Lanzhou, the capital of Gansu. This four-member band won the Best Chinese Band award at the 2012 Chinese Media Music Awards in Macau. Lanzhou, Lanzhou, their second album, was also their first hit and marked the beginning of their current success.
November 18: Movember at Shark Shekou
The Movember challenge sees men grow out their moustaches during November to raise awareness about men’s health. Get ready for the hairiest month of the year by joining Shark Sea World's Movember party on November 18. With complimentary drinks for the ladies, a best dressed contest, a best moustache contest and a lucky draw, it’s sure to be a jolly time. Dress Code: bow ties and cufflinks. Face code: moustache
November 18: Sample Beaujolais Nouveau Wine in Shenzhen This November
The Beaujolais Nouveau is back! Again this year, the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Shenzhen is teaming up with the General Consulate of France in Canton to celebrate the arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau wine on November 18. The arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau is a tradition celebrated by numerous countries and its commercialization is strictly regulated by the French government, who have decreed that it cannot be released before the third Thursday of November.
November 20: Go! Design Community
In reaction to centralized art installations, the Go! Design Community is manifesting itself as a series of flexible, open-ended events that invite audience participation. The Go! Design Community characterizes itself as a pop-up art group focusing on community engagement.
November 20: Digital Photography Class
Develop your eye to compose your ideas. This course is designed for photographers of all levels. You will study the different kinds of natural light and their qualities to explore creative options to compose your next great photo.
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