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  • Paper-cutting master gives free lessons to teenagers


    Master Chinese paper-cutter, Zhu Manhua, has been giving back to her community in Yantai, East China's Shandong province, this summer by providing free paper-cutting lessons to a group of teenagers during their school holidays.

  • Zhucheng: Where dinosaurs roamed


    While millions of people worldwide were stunned by the dinosaurs created in the Hollywood blockbuster Jurassic World, fewer know of the real world of the prehistoric giants in Zhucheng county in Weifang, Shandong province.

  • City turns cultural preservation into art


    With little more than a miniature pair of razor-sharp scissors, steady hands and lots of patience, Yantai's paper cutters create beautiful and intricate works of art.

  • Shandong builds folk custom exhibition halls


    Since 2015, Shandong province has popularized historical and cultural projects by displaying them in exhibition halls located across its counties.

  • University opens wood block painting course


    A training course for traditional Chinese New Year wood block painting got underway for the second time at Shandong University of Art & Design on June 13.

  • Activities held to celebrate National Cultural Heritage Day


    A series of cultural heritage events were held at the Shandong Provincial Pavilion of Culture to celebrate China's 11th annual National Cultural Heritage Day on June 11.

  • Cultural heritage enriches Children's Day


    A kindergarten in Qixia city, east China's Shandong province, invited some intangible cultural heritage craftsmen to campus on June 1.