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  • An artist's lifelong devotion to Chinese New Year paintings


    JINAN - A cherubic child holding a big fish, a giant tree bearing golden coins as fruit, or delicate woodblock paintings are all often hung at homes during the Chinese Lunar New Year. For many Chinese, bright-colored woodblock paintings, which are hung at almost every door, windows and walls for festival decorations, are quite time-limited. As soon as the parties come to an end, these print works are at once thrown away.

  • Dog motif in art ahead of Spring Festival


    Neolithic culture, which is said to have been inherited by residents of Dawenkou town in present-day Shandong province, is known as Dawenkou Culture.

  • Photo exhibition marks Shandong-Bavaria friendship


    A photo exhibition highlighting the works of photographers from Shandong and Bavaria was unveiled on Jan 25 in Weifang, Shandong province celebrating the 30th anniversary of the establishment of Shandong-Bavaria friendly ties.

  • Gong Zheng elected governor of Shandong province


    Gong Zheng was elected governor of East China's Shandong province Wednesday.

  • Jining seeks greater cultural, ideological progress


    Jining, the hometown of Confucius and Mencius – two well-known ancient Chinese philosophers -- has been sparing no efforts to boost its cultural and ideological progress as well as build itself into a model city.

  • Artisan makes flower cakes for Chinese New Year


    Making flower cake, or huagao, is a New Year tradition in the western region of Shandong province.

  • 'Super Blue Blood Moon' rises in the sky


    A red moon graced the sky in most parts of China for over an hour during a total lunar eclipse on Jan 31.