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  • Milestone for millennials


    QINGDAO - Stuffed toys, guitars, zithers, swimming goggles, hometown delicacies and books - with these items packed in their luggage, China's "millennial babies" yearn for a colorful college life.

  • Shandong hosts nationwide Mid-Autumn Festival Gala


    The 2018 Mid-Autumn Festival Gala sponsored by China's state television broadcaster CCTV was held in Qufu, Shandong province on Sept 24.

  • ITU Triathlon World Cup stages in Weihai


    The 2018 ITU Triathlon World Cup kicked off in Weihai, a coastal city in East China's Shandong province on Sept 22, with participants from Norway and the United States becoming the champions of the men's and women's groups.

  • Qi remains a beacon of ancient prosperity


    I walk through an underground tunnel and stare at the 2,600-year-old funerary horses and chariots. There is a seeming confluence of millennia as I hear the hustle and bustle from the highway above my head.

  • China to unveil world's tallest Confucius statue


    The world's tallest statue of Confucius will be inaugurated in Eastern China's Shandong province during this year's Mid-Autumn Festival, which falls on Sept 24.

  • TV series shot in Australia begins showing on Shandong Satellite TV


    Sweet Guy, a television series shot in China and Australia, has begun showing on Shandong Satellite TV since Sept 18.

  • Traditions you may not know about Mid-Autumn Festival in China


    Mid-Autumn Festival is the second grandest festival in China after Chinese New Year. It's a time when families come together to appreciate the full moon and eat mooncakes during the festival. In fact, besides these two traditions, there are many others.