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  • Culture Insider: Six talented ancient Chinese women


    March 8 marks the annual International Women's Day.Here are six talented ancient Chinese women who once impressed in their time, and still affect us in our time.

  • Traditional culture blossoms in Shandong schools


    Younger generations in Shandong will better understand traditional stories and culture by experiencing live artistic performances to be given at 100 newly established art workstations at local primary and secondary schools.

  • Shandong opens intangible cultural heritage classroom


    The curtain of the Shandong intangible cultural heritage classroom at the Shandong Provincial Cultural Center will rise on March 4 to introduce and teach the province's outstanding intangible cultural heritage to kids.

  • A Hanfu enthusiast in modern Qingdao


    Dressing up in Hanfu is a new cosplay craze that has been sweeping across the country in recent years as people's itch for traditional Chinese culture has recovered.

  • Shandong man holds on to ancient art form


    With his rough yet deft hands, Lang Xiucai in Langzhuang village of Liaocheng, Shandong province, has created a variety of dough sculptures. Yet facing his creations, the villager, now in his 80s, looks downcast.

  • Tai'an traditional New Year's woodprints


    New Year's pictures are often used as decorations during the Spring Festival and once could be regularly seen throughout China.

  • Tangyuan and mahjong: Wrapping fun in food


    Tangyuan, a kind of round and sweet dumpling made of glutinous rice flour, is a festive food for the Lantern Festival which falls on Saturday this year. A local in eastern Liaocheng city creatively made mahjong-shaped Tangyuan, exciting Chinese net users recently.