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  • Seventeenth-generation successor of making Delu sand bowl


    Sun Demin makes a sand bowl at Dongshanzhuang village of Qixia city, East China's Shandong province, July 31, 2017.

  • China's first Eurochestries Festival underway in Qingdao


    China's first ever Eurochestries Festival, which opened on July 27, is in full swing in the eastern coastal city of Qingdao.

  • Artist's oil paintings capture beauty of lotus


    "The Scent of Lotus", Chinese painter Zhang Shijian's first solo exhibition, opened to the public at the No 1 Art Space in Beijing on Sunday, showcasing 40 of his oil paintings portraying the grace and beauty of lotus flowers and its thriving and withering through the changes of seasons.

  • Donor inspires with free blood sacrifice


    At the end of last month, Craig Allen Ruhstorfer offered another 400 milliliters of blood, unpaid, to a donation service station in Pingdu, a county-level city in Shandong province.

  • Tai'an tucks into 90-day cultural feast


    Tai'an kicked off its Cultural Consumption Season—a three-month extravaganza of exciting events and cultural performances—with an evening gala featuring joyful and distinctive folk music, dances and martial arts demonstrations on July 26 at the Tai'an Culture and Arts Center.

  • Shandong launches online platform to promote cultural heritage


    The Shandong Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Center recently launched its official website to better demonstrate, inherit, protect and promote the province's rich cultural heritage.

  • Seminar: World hungry for China stories


    A seminar attended by more than 400 people from universities, think tanks and media organizations opened on Thursday in Yantai, Shandong province, to discuss how China's stories and voices can achieve consistent global reach.