Wang Yirong: discoverer of jiaguwen in China
Wang Yirong (1845-1900), a scholar and antiquarian born in Yantai, was the first person to discover and certify jiaguwen, which refers to inscriptions on animal bones and tortoise shells, in China.
Safety official protects miners' lives
Zhang Zaigui, who has been monitoring coal mine safety for two decades, understands that if he gives the go-ahead to a dangerous project, he may end a miner's life.
The suona's second wind
With both her parents playing suona, and their siblings making a living by playing the traditional instrument, its "distinctively loud and high-pitched" sound formed the soundtrack to Liu Wenwen's youth.
Former Olympic champion rifle shooter: Du Li
Du Li, a renowned shooter, retired in 2016 with two Olympic gold medals, one silver and one bronze.
Qingdao Paralympians shine in Tokyo
A total of seven athletes from Qingdao competed at the Games, wining two silver medals and one bronze medal, as well as two fourth place finishes for China.
China women paddlers beat Japan for 4th consecutive Olympic table tennis team gold
China's women table tennis squad outclassed their arch-rivals Japan 3-0 to win the Olympic title for the fourth straight time at Tokyo 2020 on Aug 5.
China's Zhang breaks world record to win men's 50m rifle 3 positions at Tokyo Olympics
Zhang Changhong broke the world record to win the last shooting gold of the Tokyo Olympics and the fourth for China in men's 50m rifle 3 positions here on Aug 2.