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Juan Hernandez, aka Juanito, returned to Shekou this week after spending four months as GM of McCawley's in Futian. He hasn't returned to the McCawley's family though. He has a new role as GM of one of Shenzhen's top Food and Beverage/Entertainment companies.
The Riverflow Group has hired Juanito as the new Manager of Shark Mediterranean Seafood Restaurant in Sea World.
Juanito has a long history in Shekou. Many of you may already know him from his role at Coyote's Mexican Cantina (Now Tequila Coyote's Mexican Food & Grill). He was the first cook hired when Coyote's opened in 2010 and was promoted to manager just 10 months later. Coyote's ...
ShekouDaily is proud to be teaming up with Blu Bamboo, Exotic Winds Spanish Wines and Vedett Beer to bring you this exciting opportunity to re-unite with friends after the long summer break, make some lasting new friendships, and have a great time.
Join us on Friday August 19th from 7-10pm at Blu Bamboo in SeaWorld for this FREE Welcome Back Party with an open buffet and freeflow drinks!
Hurry and RSVP though (using the link at the end of this post), we only have 150 FREE Tickets. If you didn't make it in time to get a free ticket, don't worry, you can still join us. The cost is just ¥100 at the door.
Here's a peek at the buffet available b ...
We took a short stroll down Coastal Rose Garden at 8am this morning to have a look at what kind of damage Typhoon Nida caused. There were heavy winds last night with gusts as high as 145 km/h so we were curious to see how our little town held up. Nobody was open (voluntarily) yet except for HH Gourmet. Here are some photos from our stroll (click photos below to enlarge).
FINAL UPDATE: As of 10:15am August 3rd, ferry service will resume as normal.
We took a stroll down Coastal Rose Garden in Sea World at 8:00 am this morning to have a look at the aftermath of Typhoon NIDA. Click here to view photos.
UPDATE: By 5pm today all weather warnings from the Hong Kong Observatory and Shenzhen were cancelled. We will make one last update when we can confirm that the ferries are running again.
UPDATE: At 12:41pm the Hong Kong Observatory downgraded the warning from Strong Wind Signal No.8 to 3 and will consider cancelling all Tropical Cyclone Warning Signals. They caution that although rainstorm warning have been cancelled, people sh ...
It seems no matter what you do, nothing is guaranteed in this world. It was just over a year ago that Mind The Gap (MTG) bought into a bar in Shekou. The hope was to secure a permanent home for the band. Once again; however, their contract wasn't renewed and they were back out looking for a new gig.
After 11 years of playing live music in Shenzhen, MTG couldn't seem to catch a break. They bounced around from bar to bar and even had to leave Shekou for a while to make ends meet. This wasn't by choice. The main issue being the high cost of securing work visas for a five, sometimes six, piece band.
NOTHING LASTS FOREVER
In May 2015, they thought they had it all figured out. Together ...
8 Cruise Ship Voyages are currently on sale now to/from Shekou's new Cruise Ship Port in Prince Bay!
Be one of the first to experience these unforgettable luxury trips!
If you're looking for information regarding the weekly Star Cruises from November 13th, 2016 starting at 3,599 RMB, click here. Otherwise, see below for the Ultra Luxury Cruises by SilverSeas.
This is the first English-language announcement of Shekou's cruise ships; including ship details, voyages, amenities and more. Contact the cruise sales office if you're ready to book your luxurious cabin today or if you would like more information.
About Shekou's New Cruise Ship Port
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Last week Ikea announced that it was recalling almost 36 million chests and dressers in the US and Canada that were blamed for the deaths of at least six children. Customers who bought the furniture after 2002 in North America, where the children were crushed, are eligible for a partial refund.
Chinese consumers have been outraged since learning that China would NOT be included in the recall.
Ikea claims it is justified since its products meet the safety standards in China. "The chests and dressers confirm to all local regulations and standards," Xian Jiaxin, a company spokeswoman in Guangzhou, said in an interview. She confirmed that the furniture in question is still ...
At about 10:45am Wednesday July 6th, clouds of what seemed to be smoke were seen billowing over Wanghai Road. After the recent fire at the ChiWan Port, the sight caused some worry among onlookers.
ShekouDaily arrived on the scene within a few minutes to see Bus 19 at the epicenter of the turmoil. Traffic was piled up for about a block on Wanghai Road as onlookers and rubberneckers slowly passed the scene. Fortunately, the cause was nothing more than an overheated engine and things were back to normal by 11:00am.
No injuries were seen or reported.
On June 20, Tian Jin, the deputy director of the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film, and Television, wrote a commentary for the People’s Daily, the central government mouthpiece, stating, “Programs that are hyping trending social hot topics, ridiculing state policies, disseminating wrongful views, advocating extreme views, and sparking conflicts will be severely punished.”
Statements like this appear every so often; however, they are not new. In 2013, the Oriental Daily reported that "Ding Renren [the police spokesman] said that WeChat is also a public space on the internet, and although the audience is a more limited group [than the audience o ...
Earlier this year, the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) released their 2015 China Business Climate Survey where 47% of respondents said they felt less welcome in China than before. 57% believe foreign firms were specifically targeted in recent enforcement campaigns, and more than 50 percent said such campaigns are having a negative impact on their intent to invest further in China. Earlier this month, a report released by the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China went even further by referring to the climate as "increasingly hostile".
The proportion of companies planning to expand their operations in China has slumped to 47% (compared to 86% three years ago) and a signifi ...