By Han Wangxi With focus ranging from Chang’an to Rome, and from the Hangzhou Bay to the Mediterranean, the “Biographies of 100 Cities along the
The world’s youngest and most rapidly developing metropolis, the city is hosting the Shenzhen Belt and Road International Music Festival for second year in a row.
China’s development over the last four decades has been described as the greatest social transformation in human history. There is, perhaps, no other city that epitomizes the gargantuan changes that have taken place in China more than Shenzhen.
The leafy streets of Shenzhen in spring provided the perfect location to host the 2017 Belt and Road Shenzhen International Music Festival. 720 artists from 30 countries descended on the city to showcase music from around the world.