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Chen Xiaochun of EYESHENZHEN today posted about the SUPERMOON event tonight where the moon "will appear up to 14 percent bigger and 30 percent brighter than an average full moon."
With some of the clearest skies in all of China (for a city at least), Shenzhen is a great place to moon gaze. If you're looking for some ideas on where to do so tonight here in Shekou, consider the following:
* the Eden Garden Rooftop Bar of the Hilton, with their stunning 270° views of Shekou (click here for photos). From there you'll be able to enjoy views of the moon overlooking Shenzhen Bay and even Sea World. They also have a telescope on an ...
The following page contains a history of the forecast, predictions and warnings we shared during Typhoon Sarika. For information on Super Typhoon Haima, click here.
The HKO cancelled all signals at 10:10pm October 18th. Occasional strong winds are still expected overnight. Members of the public should stay on the alert. Since seas are rough and there are swells, you are advised to stay away from the shoreline and not to engage in water sports.
At 8PM. the HKO cancelled the rainstorm warning and the following forecast was issued for tonight and tomorrow: Fresh to strong east to southeasterly winds, occasionally gale force offshore at first. Cloudy with squall ...
Many events for this weekend have been rescheduled.Click here for an up-to-date list.
This page is being updated often with information from various weather sources.
UPDATE: 11am October 24th: Many trains into and out of Shenzhen seem to be back to normal; however, not all. Once we've confirmed they are, we'll make the final update to this post.
As of 11am Saturday October 22nd, ticket sales has re-opened for about half the routes out of the Shenzhen Railway stations.
Shenzhen Bay Border Crossing re-opened at 9:15 pm October 21.
HKO: All signals were cancelled at 10:10 p.m.
At 10 p.m., Tropical Storm Haima was centred about 280 kilometres nor ...
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 ...