Welcome to ShekouDaily's Weekend Newsletter. I hope I don't jinx it but I have to say it... the weather is just amazing these days and the weekend ahead is looking beautiful. We hope you enjoy the list of events for the weekend and beyond. We'll update this page over the weekend if anything changes so feel free to check back often for the latest. Have a great weekend!
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From Saturday October 14th, Shark Sea World began offering seven delicious new brunch options available every weekend from 12pm to 4pm. Now you have a chance to WIN two of these absolutely FREE!
ShekouDaily is giving away 5 Brunch-For-Two prizes on Friday October 27th, 2017. That means that 10 lucky people will have a chance to enjoy their choice of any of the seven delicious meals shown below.
WAKEY WAKEY, EGGS AND BAKEY
2 Panfried Organic Eggs, Canadian Bacon, Potato Salad and Toasted Bread.
Regular Price: 78 RMB
2 Scrambled Organic Eggs, Cooked with Cream and Par ...
Bars and restaurants throughout Shenzhen have been asked to close early, events like the Annual British Day Celebration have been postponed, and netizens continue to complain of greater than normal difficulties using the Internet, as the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China gets under way today in Beijing.
Expected to run for a week, the event will see a reshuffle of China’s top leadership and the setting of a new policy agenda for the next five years.
A total of 2,287 delegates will attend the 19th national congress, representing 89 million party members from 31 Chinese provinces, major state institutions, government agencies, the People's Liberation Army and ...
Just hours ago, a worst-case scenario for Wi-Fi devices was released to the public.
Security researcher at a university in Belgium, Mathy Vanhoef, has discovered and publicly disclosed a serious vulnerability in the WPA2 encryption protocol used by Wi-FI networks that completely defeats the encryption that their WPA2 provides. Most devices and routers currently rely on WPA2 to encrypt WiFi traffic, so chances are you are affected.
"This affects ALL modern Wi-Fi equipment, from mobile phones to tablets to workstations, routers, printers and more. This is a big deal and has very widespread security implications."
Due to its wide impact, we've gathered a few important ...