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  • China's first Eurochestries Festival underway in Qingdao


    China's first ever Eurochestries Festival, which opened on July 27, is in full swing in the eastern coastal city of Qingdao.

  • Donor inspires with free blood sacrifice


    At the end of last month, Craig Allen Ruhstorfer offered another 400 milliliters of blood, unpaid, to a donation service station in Pingdu, a county-level city in Shandong province.

  • Festival draws top musicians


    An international wind music festival is showcasing Shinan district in Qingdao, a coastal city in East China's Shandong province, as an important center for the art. The event, which starts on Wednesday and will end on Sunday, consists of two projects - a wind music summit and an oboe art festival. It has attracted many oboe masters and wind music experts.

  • Shandong-Taiwan youth attend adulthood ceremony at Mount Tai


    Coming-of-age ceremonies are infused with meanings to modern teens.

  • Taste of Shandong: Innovative local dishes make visitors’ mouth water


    A competition of Shandong cuisine, also known as Lu cuisine that developed from the native cooking style of Eastern China’s Shandong province was held on Thursday in the province’s Yantai city.

  • Ancient wisdom inspires modern success


    When emperors of old would climb Taishan Mountain, China's holiest mountain, they'd reach the 1,532-meter peak and kneel before heaven to pray for a more fertile land.

  • Asian media tour Sun Tzu Cultural Park


    A group of journalists from Asian media organizations paid a visit to the Sun Tzu Cultural Park in Guangrao county of Shandong province on July 4 to catch a glimpse of the great Chinese master strategist and "military saint" Sun Tzu.