The 8 Best Things to Do This Weekend in Shenzhen

By That's Shenzhen, November 26, 2020

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That’s Shenzhen takes a look at the best of the weekend: 


Thu, Nov 26: Thanksgiving

Lots of Thanksgiving deals are on offer around the city. Click here to see the list

Thu Nov 26, various times and venues. 


Fri, Nov 27: Fantastic Friday: R&B & House Music

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Looking for a change of scenery? Checkout Beef Bar by Anthony, a new restaurant and bar with swanky indoor and outdoor dining areas. This Friday, DJ Piro and Slade will be on deck playing R&B and house music. Happy hour all night, buy one one get one free for drinks. 

Fri Nov 27, 8.30pm; free entry. Beef Bar. See event listing


Fri-Sat, Nov 27-28: Craft Beer Market + Jazz Shows

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UpperHills is holding a jazz festival this weekend with free and ticketed shows plus a craft beer market inside the shopping mall. See more info here.

Fri-Sat Nov 27-28, 3-9pm; various prices. UpperHills.


Sat, Nov 28: Shenzhen Philosophy Club: Empathy

Empathy, is it hardwired in us or do we need to learn it? How can we exercise empathy in our own lives? Come share you thoughts with us, the topic encourages some excellent listening skills!

Sat Nov 28, 2pm; free entry. The BrewSee event listing


Sat, Nov 28: British Day in Shenzhen

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Since 2010, British Day has been one of the most anticipated annual events in Guangdong. British Day celebrates British culture, offering you a relaxing day with family and friends with fun activities, music, prizes and great food and drink. Locals and other nationalities are all welcome. 

Sat Nov 28, 11am-5pm; RMB30 adults, RMB15 kids below 1.2m. Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai. See event listingTickets.


Sun, Nov 29: Super Power Walk

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Sun Nov 29, 9am; free entry. Shenzhen Bay Park


Until Dec 10: Shenzhen Chrysanthemum Fair

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The fair is in Donghu Park in Luohu District and features seven exhibition areas covering 30,000 square meters. One of the biggest highlights of this year’s event is that modern members of the Asteraceae (compositae) family such as chamomile, African Daisy and Callistephus chinensis (or China aster) have been introduced in addition to traditional compositae plants such as sunflower and coreopsis. 

Until Dec 10, all day; free entry. Donghu Park


Until Jan 4: Rooftop Food Market

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On the third floor of Coco Park you can sample a variety of Chaoshan dishes such as seafood porridge, fun guo (Chaozhou dumplings, 粉粿), beef offal (牛杂), as well as Hong Kong-style milk tea, Hong Kong-style French toast (西多士), Sichuan-style cold pot skewers (冷锅串串) and durian pancakes.

Until Jan 4, 6pm-midnight (Mon-Thu), 5pm-midnight (Fri-Sun); free entry. Coco Park


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