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  • American man translates Chinese classics in 10 years


    Without a smart phone and no connection to social media, a 43-year-old American man lives a hermit-like life on a mountain in China, where he's dedicated his time to translating classic works of Chinese philosophy into English.

  • SCO Film Festival to be held in Qingdao


    SCO Film Festival, the first of its kind, will be held from June 13 to 17 in Qingdao, Shandong province, to exchange cinematic culture among the 12 nations of the titular Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

  • In pics: when Peking Opera meets pear blossoms


    Several photographers and Peking Opera actors recently gathered at the Zhaowangzhuang town of Laiyang city, Yantai, Shandong province to capture the amazing scenes to complete the photographic campaign Ode to Pear Blossoms.

  • Kite festival opens in Weifang


    The opening ceremony of the 35th International Kite Festival was held on April 21 in Shandong province's Weifang city, known as the World Kite Capital.

  • Yantai opens bookstore to welcome World Reading Day


    The launch ceremony for a 24-hour self-service bookstore was held in Yantai, East China's Shandong province on April 22 to welcome the upcoming World Reading Day.

  • Spring pours colors into Daming Lake


    New leaves of weeping willows are reflected on the lake’s surface, making the lake look like a colorful oil painting.

  • World's largest 'Chinese knot' kite flies high in Weifang


    The world's largest "Chinese knot" kite succeeded in flying at the International Kite Flying Field in Weifang, Shandong province on April 15.

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