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  • Folk artist inherits glass painting technique


    Folk artist Liu Yudou of Zaozhuang city in East China's Shandong province is an inheritor of reverse glass painting.

  • Erqilou village listed as a national traditional village


    Erqilou village in Daiyue district of Tai'an, Shandong province has been included in the fifth batch of national-level traditional villages.

  • Yangjiabu showcases charms of local traditional handicrafts


    A group of more than 20 press officials and journalists from Asian and European countries visited the Yangjiabu folk art grand view garden in Weifang, Shandong province on July 3 to witness the area's Yangjiabu New Year woodblock paintings and traditional hand-made kites.

  • From the Fortune 500 to traditional typography


    Zhang Wencai, born in the 1990s, loves culture and arts.

  • Confucius Museum attracts hordes of visitors


    Each day nearly 1,000 bookings are made for viewers from across the country to visit the Confucius Museum in Qufu, East China's Shandong province, birthplace of the great saint.

  • Traditional opera charms younger generation


    The Shandong Lv Opera Theater staged a wonderful performance at the Qingfeng Mountain Experimental School in Tai'an, Shandong province on May 7, winning applause from the students and faculty.

  • Figurine master more known for kindness than skills


    With her rough yet deft hands, Gao Guiying kneaded and pressed a lump of dough to shape 10 petals of a red rose in less than 10 minutes at her workshop in Jinan, capital city of East China's Shandong province, on April 5. On a desk in front of her, there were different colored doughs and dozens of dough figurines made by Gao and her six apprentices.