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  • Museum of the Sino-Japanese War 1894-1895

    2018-08-22

    The Museum of the Sino-Japanese War 1894-1895 is a national museum founded in 1985 to memorize the First Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895).

  • Qingdao Museum

    2018-08-22

    Qingdao Museum, occupying some 14,000 square meters, was founded in 1965 at the former site of the Red Swastika Society.

  • Weifang Museum

    2018-08-22

    Weifang Museum is a national first-class museum integrating education, social service, cultural relics, exhibitions, cultural and artistic research, and archaeological excavation and protection.

  • Qingzhou Museum

    2018-08-22

    Occupying an area of 40 mu (2.67 hectares), the museum comprises of eight exhibition halls to demonstrate materials about Qingzhou history, ceramics, a Buddhist stone statue from Longxing Temple, ancient calligraphy and painting works, stone sculptures, steles, jades, and bronze statues.

  • Yantai Museum

    2018-08-22

    Yantai Museum was the first prefecture-level museum in Shandong province. It was listed as a national first-class museum in 2017. The Yantai museum offers visitors a thorough understanding of the coastal city's history

  • Painters help lift county out of poverty

    2018-08-22

    Huang Guigui held two brushes - one with pigment and the other with water - in her right hand as she painted a peony flower in the Chinese realist style known as gongbi.

  • Students learn history of Chinese modern railway development during summer vacation

    2018-08-21

    The Jinan Locomotive Depot on Tuesday promoted to primary school students knowledge of the history of Chinese modern railway development to enrich their summer vacation.