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Local voices
    2012-03-27  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    As promoters struggle to present quality performances amid costly venue rentals and travel expenses that can lead to expensive tickets, Shenzheners shared their thoughts on the city’s cultural development.

“It seems that Shenzhen’s cultural events are either too crowded or too short of visitors. There is a publicity problem — there are many good things going on, but many people simply don’t know. I’ve been to Sydney, where exhibition posters are everywhere. But in Shenzhen there are few posters advertising cultural events.”

— Zhang Lin, Chinese human resources manager

“I would suggest the city create an atmosphere where orginal arts are valued and where people could make a living through original painting. Also, I think the city should have a very good international art museum to exhibit art of different styles.”

— Paul Goetz, American designer

“Seeing a movie in Shenzhen is often too expensive. For example, it costs 80 yuan to watch a film in Shenzhen, but in Belgium, the price is only about 60 yuan. Also there is not enough English information on cultural events. It would be great if there were some Web sites that promoted events in English!”

— Quentin Gailliet,

Belgian investment promoter

“Shenzhen has seen more and more first-class performances in recent years. I often take my daughter to concerts and exhibitions on weekends, and I think it’s great.”

— Wang Chong,

Chinese IT engineer

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