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  • Cultural exchange fosters better understanding


    The people of Israel may have a better understanding of China and its eastern province of Shandong after the launch of the Nishan House bookstore and an exhibition of Rizhao farmers' paintings on Nov 22 at Tel Aviv University in Israel.

  • Globally important agricultural heritage


    At the meeting of the Scientific Advisory Group on Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems held at the headquarters of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome on Friday, several Chinese sites were approved as globally important agricultural heritage.

  • Revealing history of Chinese lingerie


    Chinese women, especially ancient ones, had more comfortable and high-quality choices that would not allow them to doubt if their body was perfect or not.

  • 71-year-old builds land of idyllic beauty


    After years of gardening, Li Wen'an, a 71-year-old man of Jianwenhe village in Taishan district of Tai'an, built a picturesque ecological park along the Jianwen River which winds through his village.

  • Peking Opera inherited in primary school


    Students at Guangraolu Primary School in Qingdao city of Shandong province have fallen in love with a Peking Opera learning activity held once a week.

  • Surnames should adhere to tradition and social norms


    A COUPLE IN JINAN, capital of Shandong province, wanted to register their daughter with a surname different from that of either of them. The local police rejected their request and a court also later ruled against their request. comments:

  • Thousands of seagulls descend on Yantai


    The recent cold weather in Siberia and Mongolia has sent tens of thousands of seagulls southwards to the coastal city of Yantai in East China's Shandong province.