Shandong Culture

Home > Top News

  • Mencius Research Institute to work with SDETC on traditional culture promotion


    The Chinese Mencius Research Institute inked a strategic cooperation agreement with the Shandong Education Television Station (SDETV) on March 23 in Zoucheng county, the birthplace of the ancient Chinese philosopher Mencius, to work together to carry forward traditional culture.

  • Devoted son cares for forgetful mother


    The 29-year-old from Beishangzhuang village in Rizhao, Shandong province, helps her search for his older brother, who left home in 2006 and never returned.

  • Shandong intangible cultural heritage classroom: Mount Tai shadow puppet play


    The first class of the Shandong intangible cultural heritage classroom, led by Fan Zheng'an, a national inheritor of Mount Tai shadow puppet play, opened on March 4 at the Shandong Provincial Cultural Center in Jinan.

  • Culture Insider: Admiring flowers in ancient times


    People are taking spring outings to admire the flowers. While, our first thought when we see beautiful flowers is to take photos and post them on social media platforms, ancient people in China had their own ways of admiring flowers.

  • Traditional opera reaches out to younger generation


    There are wonderful implications for the future of time-honored Shandong Bangzi (Wooden Clapper Opera), a Tai'an-rooted folk art as well as a national intangible cultural heritage, arising from its being used in local primary and secondary schools.

  • Weifang kite exhibition opens in Shandong


    A special exhibition of Weifang kites was held on March 17 at the Shandong Provincial Cultural Center in Jinan, capital city of Shandong, as part of a series of activities demonstrating the province's achievements in promoting and protecting intangible cultural heritages.

  • Pottery figurines showcase women's lives in ancient times


    An exhibition themed on women's lives during the Han (206 BC-220 AD) and Tang (618-907) dynasties is ongoing at the Tianjin Museum, which is showing nearly 100 pieces of exquisite cultural relics.