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  • 'Yu qian': Taste of green and pure freshness


    Yu qian (literally meaning left money), or the seeds of elm trees, got the name from its resemblance to coins used in ancient China. The seeds, often mistakenly considered flowers of elm trees, are found around March and April each year.

  • Popular TV series makes original work run out of stock


    The novel behind the popular television drama In the Name of People has sold out in bookstores, both online and physical, around the nation.

  • Devoting decades to the care of others


    For almost three decades, Liu Jingxu and his wife have cared for his learning-disabled elder brother in Qingdao, Shandong province.

  • Keep on running even in old age


    At 1.62 meters tall and weighing 52 kilograms, Chen Xuhua, from Jinan, Shandong province, looks much younger than her 77 years.

  • Shandong culture shines in Laos


    As one of the major organizers of the "Chinese Culture Enters ASEAN" activity in Laos, the Shandong provincial department of culture sent an art group of 49 members to host a series of cultural exchange events in Lao capital Vientiane from April 3 to 5.

  • Shandong spreads Qilu culture in Thailand


    The opening ceremony of the "Chinese Culture Enters ASEAN" activity was celebrated in grand style at the Bangkok Chinese Cultural Center on March 31, with distinctive Chinese music, dances, acrobatics and performances featuring Confucian traditions provided by the Shandong art group.

  • Ming Dynasty palace ruins found in Shandong


    A close-up view of relics found at the ruins of a Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) holiday palace in Jinan city, capital of East China's Shandong province, April 11, 2017.