A total of 40 Shandong-based time honored brands as well as five intangible cultural heritage items took part in a Chinese New Year celebration held at the Palace Museum in Beijing from Jan 28 to Feb 10.
Wei Aijun, a folk artist in Yantai, has been infatuated with paper-cutting art for more than 50 years and is devoted to showcasing its charms. She has created a series of works to celebrate the upcoming Chinese lunar New Year.
Sun Yandou, a dough figurine folk artist in Zoucheng, a county-level city in Linyi, Shandong province, has created 2019 sets of various pig-shaped dough figurines to welcome the upcoming Year of the Pig in the lunar Chinese calendar.
A dazzling display of exquisite and artistic ceramics and colored glaze products is underway at the newly opened exhibition hall dedicated to promoting local ceramic industry and colored glaze culture in Zibo, Shandong province.
Yinping, a small town in Zaozhuang, East China's Shandong province, boasts a long history of making Chinese writing brushes.
With exquisite skills and superb craftsmanship, Shandong embroidery arises from the western part of Shandong and is one of the most famous styles of embroidery in North China.
Mysterious relics from the Confucius Family Mansion can be seen by the public for the first time from Monday, after being kept as a private family collection for centuries.