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  • Couple sow seeds of success in Tibet county


    Nearly two decades ago, Zhang Jiming was still a farmer in a village in Jinan, East China's Shandong province. He never thought he would do anything else except tend to his crops, or travel anywhere too far from his fields.

  • Shandong Week makes a splash at Astana Expo


    As the latest and the last one among the 23 provincial and municipal events, the Shandong Week, themed "Silk Road-driven Prosperity and Green Shandong", was launched at the China Pavilion of Astana Expo on Sept 6.

  • Nation's best acrobats to compete in Penglai


    China's top acrobats are set to roll into Penglai in East China's Shandong province for the 10th China Acrobatics Golden Chrysanthemum Awards from Sept 16 to Sept 21.

  • Crab-themed relics embrace the autumn


    The Palace Museum in Beijing has shared a range of photos of its collection of crab-themed relics on micro blog Sina Weibo in celebration of the crab season.

  • Autumn highlight for worldwide climbers held in Tai'an


    The annual International Mount Tai Climbing Festival took place on Sept 7 on the majestic Mount Tai in Tai'an.

  • Historic cars on display at Qingdao auto show


    A vintage car exhibition is part of this year's Qingdao auto show, which kicked off on Sept 6 and runs for six days, with around a dozen classic vintage cars on display.

  • Dance drama The Red Sorghum builds bridges across cultures


    Gracie Li holds her breath, eyes wide open, as she follows the intense plots on Friday night of The Red Sorghum, a dance drama adapted from Nobel Prize laureate Mo Yan’s 1986 novel and brought to the US by the Qingdao Song and Dance Theatre from Shandong province.