Also known as the Shenzhen International Dive and Watersport Expo, ADEX featured a number of programs in addition to the ‘Mermaid Fest,’ including a film festival, free diving exhibit, watersports area and a ‘music party.’
The event was organized in conjunction with ‘mermaid schools’ in Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong.
The mermaid segment of the expo was a first for ADEX and was expected to draw more than 200 participates to the ‘Mermaid Challenge’ – a showcase of each mermaid’s unique character, performance and swimming skills.
Shenzhen is becoming increasingly popular as a travel destination, and entry and travel regulations are relaxing, though they keep on changing.
Citizens of Singapore, Brunei and Japan holding ordinary passports may enter China without a visa through the ports of entry open to foreigners provided that they come to China for tourism, family visit, business or transit, and intend to stay in China for no more than 15 days.
Citizens of Seychelles, Mauritius, Bahamas, San Marino, Fiji, Grenada, Serbia, Ecuador, Tonga holding valid passports shall be exempted from visa requirement for entry into, exit from or transit through China with duration of stay no more than 30 days.
Apply Chinese Visa [Recommended]
All international travellers except above mentioned countries require the Chinese Visa. Standard 30-day, single-entry visas can be issued in three to five working days from most Chinese embassies and must be used within three months of the date of issue. Longer visas are often more difficult to obtain.
Detailed instruction please refer the link:
CHINESE VISA APPLICATION SERVICE CENTER
Shenzhen Port Visa on Arrival
It is a visa on arrival valid only at the Hong Kong and Shenzhen border which is convenient for people who don’t need a visa to Hong Kong (
Q1. Who Is Eligible For a Shenzhen Visa?
Australian, Canadian, Irish, New Zealand, UK, most EU passport holders are eligible for the Shenzhen visa.
Indonesia and the Philippines passport holders have to show passports with visas previously issued by the Chinese government.
US passport holders are not eligible for the Shenzhen visa. Other countries not eligible are passport holders of Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Cameroon, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Israel, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Nigeria, Oman, Pakistan, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Syria, Sudan, Turkey, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, Yemen
Q2. Where can I get the visa?
Currently ONLY Luohu Port: 9:00 am to 22:30 pm
Q3. What are the requirements for obtaining the visa?
A valid passport with at least two free pages and 6 months’ remaining validity;
The immigration form obtained upon entering Hong Kong.
The immigration form to enter China: You can get this form and fill it out at the Lo Wu border crossing.
About 200HKD (25 EURO): you can pay by card
Q4. What’s the Restriction?
It’s once-entry visa
It only allows you to stay in Shenzhen Special Economic Zone, including Shenzhen City, Shekou and most of the factories in the surrounding countryside.
It allows you stay for most 5 days
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Nowadays An increasing number of people are travelling overseas in order to get access to affordable treatment in cheaper countries. In fact, over 1.2 million Americans travelled abroad for health and dental care in 2014 according to Patients Beyond Borders.
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Fashion Week 2017 in Shenzhen,
There’s no doubt now that Shanghai Fashion Week is ‘the’ fashion week in China,”. but Shenzhen fashion week is also worth keeping eye on.
China. Exports to the US, Singapore, and Japan, as well as 80 cities in China. We just did Shenzhen Fashion Week last month and now we’re doing Shanghai. This is one main reason to attend the Shenzhen Fashion Week.
Fashion Shenzhen isn’t a label, but an ongoing fashion week event showcasing the very best fashion designers from one of the most important, yet unknown cities in the world. In addition, with the help of Shenzhen Fashion Designers Association and Guangdong Leather Association, NAFA held a designer workshop on December 3. Many fashion designers attended the workshop to learn about NAFA furs and fur fashion trends. Designer Deng Hao’s collection for autumn and winter goes on parade at the Shenzhen Fashion Week.
Sponsored by Shenzhen Municipal Government, Shenzhen Design Week is organized by Shenzhen City of Design Promotion Office with Shenzhen City of Design Promotion Association (SDPA) serving as Secretariat. The Shenzhen Garment Industry Association has created an industry research center in Shenzhen and organizes various events, including the Shenzhen International Brand Clothing and Accessories Fair, Fashion Week and the recent Oscars event for the fashion industry. This includes Hong Kong Fashion Week, Taipei IN Style, Guangzhou Fashion Week, and Shenzhen Fashion Week.
Shenzhen Fashion Week, which just wrapped, should be on your radar.
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