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  • Shandong hosts fan art exhibition in Cambodia


    Organized by the Shandong provincial department of culture, the Shandong Art Academy and an Angkor-based art museum, an exhibition of Chinese painted fans was recently unveiled in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia.

  • Shandong company showcases folk handicrafts in Beijing


    An exhibition of folk handicrafts is now being held at the Cultural Heritage and Communication Research Center of the Communication University Of China in Beijing.

  • Leaf paintings portray landscape of Qingdao


    Liu Ping, an art teacher from a primary school in Qingdao city of Shandong province, has created a new series of propylene leaf paintings, which fuses landscapes of the coastal city with leaves to portray a fairytale world.

  • Wheat straw becomes art


    67-year-old Zhang Chongsheng turns wheat straw into works of art in Jinan, East China's Shandong province. Zhang has created art from straw for more than 40 years. Due to his artistic achievements, Zhang was certified as a "folk master of arts and crafts" and straw art was listed as intangible cultural heritage in Jinan.

  • Exquisite screens keep out the cold in winter


    In celebration of winter, the Palace Museum in Beijing has shared a range of photos featuring its collection of Chinese pingfeng, or screens, with netizens on the micro blog Sina Weibo.

  • Late autumn scenery of Taishan Mountain in E China


    Photo taken on Nov 14, 2017, shows that autumn has dyed Taishan Mountain into different colors.

  • Lives of Taoist priests on Laoshan Mountain


    As the highest costal mountain in China and located in a isolated area, the mountain has become a perfect sanctuary for hermits and clergies to live in seclusion and practice their rituals.