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  • Qingming Festival marked in Chinese paintings


    The Qingming Festival dates back to the Zhou Dynasty (c. 11th century-256 BC) and many painters in history have left many works portraying the traditional event. Let's take a look.

  • 'Life and Nature' under brushes of Chinese and Irish painters


    Exhibition "Infinite Entities: Life and Nature" is a dialogue between Irish artist Niamh Cunningham and Chinese oil painter Geng Xin, exploring the beauty of life and nature.

  • City honors inspiring role models


    Yang Yashu, a student at Beijing Foreign Studies University, was announced as one of the winners at the 2016 10 People Touching Dezhou awards held in Shandong province on March 7, recognizing her as one of the city's top 10 inspiring role models.

  • Eight delicacies for Tomb Sweeping Day


    As Tomb Sweeping Day draws near, here are eight traditional food people from different parts of China consume on the day.

  • French National Museum of Natural History delegation visits Tai'an


    A delegation from the French National Museum of Natural History led by Professor Yves Girault visited Tai'an Museum and the Mount Taishan Global Geopark Museum on March 24 to exchange experience of museum operation and management.

  • A brief history of China's dragon paintings


    Since ancient times, the dragon has been a symbol of imperial power, and its image portrayed in many paintings, as well as on bronze wares, copper mirrors, jade wares, porcelain and stone carvings.

  • Making a living with fine-feathered friends


    Accompanied by his 12 cormorants in a small boat, Song Shuzhi set out in the early morning light to fish in Mata Lake, Huantai county in East China's Shandong province.