“Da Lang Fever 2.0” is an exhibition curated by Linda Vlassenrood of the International New Town Institute (INTI). “Da Lang Fever 2.0” is the result of research initiated by INTI as part of its international research program “New New Towns” in Shenzhen and is the sequel of the event “Da Lang Fever” organized at the 2013 Shenzhen Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture. The event showcased the empowering nature of bottom-up activities for migrant workers in Da Lang Neighborhood. INTI now takes its contribution one-step further. Play the City (gaming method developed by Ekim Tan), space&matter (architecture office) and Lard Buurman (photographer) have been invited to develop an action plan for real urban interventions in Da Lang Neighborhood. These participants from the Netherlands have been chosen because of their innovative ways of rethinking 21st century urban planning for which top-down planning is not in favor anymore and more collaborative efforts are needed. The exhibition with info graphics and documentary photography will function as a gaming room where “Play Da Lang” will bring together different stakeholders to collaboratively think about which urban interventions are necessary. “Da Lang Fever 2.0” is part of the exhibition “Pearl River Delta 2.0” curated by Doreen Liu and Hubert Klumpner.