Shenzhen: The Book

Shenzhen: The Book

English | January 13, 2015 | ISBN: N/A | ASIN: B00S8H2KUA | 364 Pages | AZW3 | 25 MB

Shenzhen Can Seem Overwhelming to the Uninitiated.
Until now, uncovering the mysteries of Shenzhen's secrets required an English-speaking guide: ideally, one with a passion for the city and years of experience, providing the nuanced background that really brings understanding and insight to a place.

There's More to Shenzhen than Shopping and Theme Parks.
With Shenzhen: The Book showing you the way, you will access the most-up-to-date insider know-how.

Unique treasures await Shenzhen visitors, including:

Top City Views
Mountain Hikes
Scenic Places
Best Cuisine
How to Order Food
Historical Sites
Arts & Culture
Best Bargains
How to Survive the Luohu Shopping Game
Where to Get Away From it All
Shenzhen's Best Hotels
Get Around without Getting Ripped-off
Religious Spaces
Beaches
Architectural Wonders
Gardens & Parks

You'll be blown away by the more than 30 years of experience you'll find at your fingertips in Shenzhen: The Book. Not only will the expert advice and recommendations save you time, you'll save money.

Take advantage of the tips provided throughout the book.

Whether you are coming to Shenzhen for a day trip, for business, or something else, Shenzhen: The Book is the only resource you'll ever need to make the most of your time in Shenzhen.

Shenzhen moves quickly. New skyscrapers sprout-up with no warning. Imagine how long it would take you to discover the nuances of this ever changing city. Nearly no one that lives in Shenzhen was born in Shenzhen.

It is fair to say that even the local cab drivers, aren't familiar with much of what you will find in Shenzhen: The Book. Even more, the authors, Karen & Ted Rule, are true authorities on Shenzhen-they've known Shenzhen since before it was a city.

Ted & Karen first laid eyes on Shenzhen in 1971 when they took a taxi to the Lok Ma Chau police station in Hong Kong's New Territories. Not much was there.

Since then, Shenzhen exploded into one of the most modern Chinese Mainland cities, while-at the same time-it's the fastest growing city in the world.

Karen was originally a historian by training and she immersed herself in the fascinating but little known history of the area. Ted expanded his already considerable waistline by sampling the culinary delights and sneakily recording them. And thus this tome was born.

Where else are you going to get the kind of insights and perspective then from a couple who experienced the unfathomable growth of Shenzhen from the beginning of China's economic reforms and Shenzhen's boom?

There's More
The publisher of Shenzhen: The Book, ShenzhenParty.com, reigns supreme as the most visited and up-to-date English language website covering Shenzhen.

The partnership between the authors and ShenzhenParty.com brings an element of interactivity to the guide. Not only do you have the guide as a resource, but throughout the book, links are provided to the freshest up-to-the-minute events in Shenzhen.

There are no other Shenzhen guidebooks that have the longevity, expertise, and timely resources that you can take advantage of when you get Shenzhen: The Book.

Experience Shenzhen like a local Shenzhener: a mischievous one who watched the city grow with such impatient curiosity that you couldn't help but explore every new corner of the fishing village turned metropolis, even while it was still under construction. Imagine.

Get Shenzhen: The Book today.

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