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  • 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.

  • Pupils decorate 100-meter-long scroll to celebrate Teachers' Day


    Some 100 pupils draw pictures on a 100-meter-long scroll to celebrate Teachers' Day at a culture creative park in Tai'an.

  • Major General Zhang, a war hero, founder, dies at 101


    Zhang Yuhua, the retired major general and war hero, died early on Sunday in Nanjing, Jiangsu province, at age 101, reducing the number of generals who fought to establish the People's Republic of China to 25.

  • Spring cultural landscape city alliance conference held in Jinan


    More than 20 delegations from spring cities around the world gathered in Jinan, capital of Shandong province on Sept 7 to discuss the protection of urban spring culture and related issues during the Second Conference of International City Alliance of Springs Cultural Landscape.

  • Expo highlights old brands


    An expo showcasing hundreds of time-honored Chinese brands opened in Shandong province on Sept 1.

  • Global ceramics industry converges in Zibo


    The 17th China International Ceramics Exposition is in full swing in the city of Zibo in East China's Shandong province, which is known as China's "capital of ceramics" and the birthplace of the Chinese art form.