Chen Xiaobai, a security guard of Shenzhen Universiade, shares her story of volunteer work at Bao'an District Stadium. Although the work is tiring, Chen said she loves to work with all her fellow volunteers as a team: "Teamwork never stops fascinating me."
Cheering fans resembled a wave circling Shenzhen's Window of the World, a theme park hosting Universiade's closing ceremony. At 8:00 pm Tuesday, when the lights dimmed, 500 performers ran to the stage to present the theme of the closing ceremony: "Shenzhen Party".
Fresh, flavorful seafood lines the streets outside Laojie Station in Shenzhen. There's no need for a menu; you can pick your tasty meal right from the tank. And the best part of all? Eating good seafood won't break your bank.
While athletes are competing for gold medals on the field of play, officials are carrying out tests inside Shenzhen's Universiade Village.
You can't see their faces, so you won't recognize them. But they are there. They are part of the ongoing Universiade 2011. They are the volunteers.
In addition to the competition management, the Shenzhen organizing committee placed great focus on turning the Universiade into a dazzling sports show. What makes these games all the more entertaining is the presentation of the sports themselves.
Ke Bo has been working as a music therapist for many years in Shenzhen. When he found out the city was chosen to host the 26th summer Universiade, he decided to bring his team to provide music therapy service in the Universiade Village.
Located in Shenzhen's Buji town, covering an area of 0.4 square km, Dafen village is the most influential oil painting base in the world.
China Daily reporter Ariel Huang and Andrew Xing are lucky to be able to witness the opening ceremony of Universiade 2011 at the site in Shenzhen on August 12. They find out that audience are very excited about the sports gala.
Anticipation is growing with every step that the torch bearers of the 26th Summer Universiade flame have taken towards the Spring Cocoon stadium. It is a little under three hours to go before the opening ceremony starts. Let's join Andrew Xing for a live report in the stadium.