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  • Wheat straw becomes art


    67-year-old Zhang Chongsheng turns wheat straw into works of art in Jinan, East China's Shandong province. Zhang has created art from straw for more than 40 years. Due to his artistic achievements, Zhang was certified as a "folk master of arts and crafts" and straw art was listed as intangible cultural heritage in Jinan.

  • Sugar painting artist sweetens students' activity class


    Li Qingwu, a fifth-generation inheritor of Mount Tai sugar painting created a great sensation for kids at Qili Primary School in Tai'an, Shandong province during his visit to the school on Oct 24.

  • Yangko dance flourishes in Qingdao village


    Residents in Yanjiashan village, Shibei district, perform a special yangko show to celebrate this year's harvest.

  • Farmer turns utensils into musical instruments, forms troupe


    Liu Changying, a 69-year-old farmer, has created tens of musical instruments by using old goods, such as iron bowls, motorcycle horns and stainless steel pots, in Duozhuang town, Linyi city, East China's Shandong province.

  • Intangible cultural heritage: velvet bird made in Shandong


    Velvet bird handicraft has a history of over 100 years and it was listed as the intangible cultural heritage by Zaozhuang city.

  • Handicraft fun brightens up pupils' activity class


    Fan Zhengyong, a fifth-generation inheritor of Mount Tai dough figurine-making, caused a sensation among the pupils at Yanglou Primary School in Tai'an, Shandong province during his visit to the school last week.

  • People learn technique of movable-type printing in Qingdao


    Customers learn the technique of movable-type printing at a printing workshop in Qingdao, East China's Shandong province, June 21, 2017.