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  • Qingdao farmer dedicated to straw painting


    Local farmer Ding Xisen in Boli town of Shandong province's Qingdao has dedicated more than 20 years to the study and craft of straw painting.

  • Wanggezhuang steamed buns: perfect in color, aroma and taste


    Wanggezhuang sub district area in Qingdao's Laoshan district is a renowned regional bakery hub for mantou, the traditional steamed bun that is a staple for millions in northern China.

  • Jiaojia relics displayed at National Museum


    Covering an area of nearly 150,000 square meters, the relics reveal an extremely rich cultural heritage, including rammed earth walls, ditches, 215 tombs, 116 house sites as well as burial objects such as jade bracelets, pottery cups, white pottery and painted pottery.

  • 'Kite city' flies higher with cultural heritage


    Known as the cradle of kites, Weifang is also home to many household names, from scholars to poets to artists.

  • Exhibition of cultural relics from Palace Museum opens in Qingdao


    Visitors view royal-court enamel ware during an exhibition of cultural relics from the Palace Museum held in Qingdao Art Museum in Qingdao, East China's Shandong province.

  • Exhibition unveils life of Qing Dynasty emperors


    An exhibition featuring cultural relics from the Hall of Mental Cultivation in the Forbidden City, Beijing, opened on July 3 at the Shandong Museum in Jinan, capital of Shandong province.

  • A dip into Chinese wisdom


    Old men, who walk more roads, eat more rice, read more books, have more experiences, enjoy more happiness, and endure more sufferings, are knowledgeable, and have rich life experience. What they say is mostly wise counsel. Why don't we listen to what they say?