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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 ...
The new Pokémon Go app, released in the U.S. on July 7th, quickly became the biggest mobile game in U.S. history... in terms of daily users. Unfortunately (or fortunately), the game isn't available in mainland China (or is it?).
The first Monday after the game's release there were over 21 million active users in the United States alone according to Survey Monkey; with usage peeking at 25 million active users on July 14th. Some worry this may be a fad as daily active users are dropping; however, latest numbers show it's still over 20 million. This only includes U.S. iOS and Android users, and not the 27 other countries currently playing the game. ...
Watch the Rio Olympics 2016 from 9:30am August 4th to 2:45pm August 22nd at more than 13 venues in Shekou!
To help you enjoy the games, we've put together this extensive list of the places promising to show them. This list is likely to get updated so please check back often for the latest information!
See below for special offers, phone numbers, addresses and more!
If you want to watch from home, click here for CCTV-5's timetable or click here for a daily timetable.
Most of these places are also willing to open earlier (or later) if you book ahead of time with a group. Phone numbers are provided below for bookings.
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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 ...
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