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  • Traditional opera reaches out to younger generation


    There are wonderful implications for the future of time-honored Shandong Bangzi (Wooden Clapper Opera), a Tai'an-rooted folk art as well as a national intangible cultural heritage, arising from its being used in local primary and secondary schools.

  • Annual peach blossom festival to unveil in Tai'an


    The 16th edition of the well-known Feicheng Peach Blossom Festival is set to begin on March 25.

  • Traditional culture blossoms in Shandong schools


    Younger generations in Shandong will better understand traditional stories and culture by experiencing live artistic performances to be given at 100 newly established art workstations at local primary and secondary schools.

  • Shandong opens intangible cultural heritage classroom


    The curtain of the Shandong intangible cultural heritage classroom at the Shandong Provincial Cultural Center will rise on March 4 to introduce and teach the province's outstanding intangible cultural heritage to kids.

  • Mount Tai's king of clay


    When most people come across a patch of mud as they climb up Shandong province's Mount Tai, all they see is mud. But to Xuan Xudong, that clod of earth represents a kaleidoscope of artistic possibilities.

  • 'Fengshan Sacrifices' at Mount Tai


    According to UNESCO officer Du Xiaofan, Mount Tai is most intertwined with Chinese history among the mountains of China.

  • Say 'I love you' with classical Chinese scroll


    While many people celebrate Valentine's Day with roses and chocolates, some choose to do it in a Chinese way: sending their girlfriends a long scroll of a Chinese painting with a romantic love story and poem.