Touring in Shenzhen video series from Limpkin

Posted on Thursday, July 31st, 2014 in Global Geek, Videos by DP

Touring factories in Shenzhen: Visiting an assembly line, Seeedstudio and a CNC shop

Shenzhen is the geek’s paradise and can be described as an awesome concentration of very different companies, all within an hour cab ride from your hotel. If you ever go there, I highly recommend you to have a look at Ian’s article  to get practical informations. Shenzhen is located in the south of China, right next to the border with Hong Kong. I therefore decided to spend my first day in this former British colony to buy myself a nice camera to bring back cool videos of my adventures.

More video below the break.

Visiting Seeedstudio

Visiting a CNC Shop


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6 Responses to “Touring in Shenzhen video series from Limpkin”

  1. EGHM says:

    While I’m watching I’m imagining my Mooltipass making a similar tour.

  2. Tobe says:

    I see myself in the video.
    That is a happy trip with mathieu~

  3. Ting says:

    Thank-you Mathieu for sharing these video! Please keep them coming ;-)

  4. Ting says:

    Thank-you Mathieu for sharing these interesting videos; please keep them coming ;-)

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