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  • Museum of the Sino-Japanese War 1894-1895


    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


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

  • Weifang Museum


    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


    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


    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


    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


    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.