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Thank You For Your Service

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In 1920, England’s King George V declared 11 November “Armistice Day,” a national holiday to honor the men and women, who had defended England during the war. At that time, the world had never seen a war as devastating as the conflict wracking Eur...... Read full article

Local animals in need for September

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Check out current animal rescue cases in Shenzhen, as well as updates on previous cases, each month.... Read full article

Celebrate Summer at the one-of-its-kind MH LakeFest 2019

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Head on down to the Mission Hills Sport & Eco Park for the inaugural LakeFest event with seven themed zones, spread over 50,000sqm, for a summer carnival, unlike any other.... Read full article

【Event】Chinese/French SciFi and Fantasy Exhibition in Shekou

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Chinese/French SciFi and Fantasy Exhibition in Shekou... Read full article

November 11th: A Day of Remembrance

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Today is the 100th anniversary of the armistice signed between the Allies of World War I and Germany in France, for the end of hostilities on the Western Front of World War I. Armistice day and veterans day November 11th is armistice day in Europe...... Read full article

Shenzhen - Hub for Entrepreneurship Hosts 1st Women Only Startup Weekend APAC

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This 54-hour workshop organized by the women for the women, aimed at empowering these highly ambitious souls with enough knowledge, skills, and tools for them to be able to take the leap and turn their genius ideas into a startup. The winners go o...... Read full article

Guide to QiXi - What It Is and How to Celebrate It Tonight

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Today is Qixi (七夕), a traditional festival, commonly known as Chinese Valentine's Day. Here is what it is, how to celebrate and a list of great options for where to go to celebrate love.... Read full article

"Should I adopt?" How to support animal welfare in Shenzhen

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In the aftermath of neglect and abandonment, Mayo needs an experienced owner. Abandonment affects both animals and the people who take the left-behind animal into their care. Consider these ways to support abandoned animals in Shenzhen. ... Read full article

Why an adult or senior animal might be your ideal pet

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Most people don’t move to China or Shenzhen with the intention of falling for something furry and four-legged. Taking in an adult animal can make for a deeply meaningful adoption story, as well as one that makes more sense for your capacities.... Read full article

The last meat truck dog: what Shenzhen grassroots are doing to contain the stray dog population

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Private citizens are taking efforts to curb the stray population, reducing the number of animals vulnerable to cruelty and abduction and avoiding situations like Beauty's, the last of the dog meat trade survivors to be without a home.... Read full article

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