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  • Qingdao erhu lovers trace instrument's origins in Wuxi


    More than 30 erhu players from Qingdao, Shandong province went on a trip to Wuxi to explore the cultural roots of the traditional Chinese two-stringed fiddle.

  • Paintings from Palace Museum showcase beauty of spring


    Spring is a season where the grasses thrive and birds chirp, and people enjoy the outdoors, embracing their natural surroundings, appreciating its beauty.

  • Culture Insider: How ancient Chinese welcomed youth into adulthood


    National Youth Day, a holiday established by the government in December 1949, is celebrated on May 4 every year. The definition of youth, however, varies from nation to nation. In China, for instance, adulthood for both men and women starts at the age of 18.

  • Xi's advice for youth


    President Xi Jinping visited China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing ahead of the Youth Day, which is marked on Thursday. He urged the country's youth to study hard and absorb knowledge like sponge. Xi has attached great importance to the development of Chinese youth. Now, let's have a look at what he has said to them since taking office.

  • Boyish all-girl pop band crushes teenagers' hearts


    A little less than a year ago, Min Junqian was an unknown art student in Shandong province, dreaming of becoming a star and hitting the big time.

  • 3D murals helping village eliminate poverty


    A village at Shanghe county of Jinan, capital city of East China's Shandong province is getting more visitors thanks to lifelike 3D paintings on almost every household's wall.