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  • 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.

  • E-commerce helps local snacks grab bigger slice of the market


    With the help of modern e-commerce platforms and savvy marketing, sales of the traditional snack are booming.

  • Elderly villagers go back to school in Shandong


    Yiyuan has been running night schools in its rural areas to enrich villagers’ cultural lives and improve their agricultural knowledge.

  • Culture Insider: How to raise your own tea pets


    Tea pets in Chinese culture and the way to raise them.

  • Shandong to host 90 days of arts and culture


    An arts and culture extravaganza got underway in Shandong on July 20, kicking off three months of exciting events and performances to enrich residents' lives in the region.

  • Festival draws top musicians


    An international wind music festival is showcasing Shinan district in Qingdao, a coastal city in East China's Shandong province, as an important center for the art. The event, which starts on Wednesday and will end on Sunday, consists of two projects - a wind music summit and an oboe art festival. It has attracted many oboe masters and wind music experts.