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  • 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.

  • Delicate frescos found in deserted temple in E China


    Delicate frescos have been discovered recently in a deserted ancient temple within a pig farm in Zhangyilang village in the Zhangqiu district of Jinan, capital of East China's Shandong province.

  • Fashion, cultural hub set to revitalize Qingdao's charm


    Five ancient villas in Qingdao, Shandong province, that date back to the 1890s were opened to the public as modern arts centers, as part of the city's efforts to infuse new life into old buildings.

  • Shinan district a haven for newlyweds


    For most cities in China, the golden, autumnal colors of November have come. But this year in Qingdao, a coastal city in Shandong province, the color of the season is pink.

  • China's Lidong welcomes winter with harvest rituals, warming feasts


    It is not yet really cold, but winter is definitely on the horizon in China, before all autumn leaves have fallen to the ground. Tuesday marks Lidong, the 19th of the 24 solar terms, which is considered the beginning of the winter on Chinese lunar calendar.

  • Golf: China's ancient game?


    With the fairway beckoning, you tee up, take a practice swing and prepare to indulge in that classic Scottish game: golf. But does it really originate from there?

  • Culture Insider: How ancient Chinese people warmed their hands in winter


    As winter comes, hands and feet can easily get cold, especially among women.This was not a problem for ancient Chinese people, who had a more exquisite tool to keep their hands warm: hand warmers.