Who is the most well-known ancient Chinese person in the West? The answer is probably unanimous — Confucius (551 BC–479 BC).
Covering an area of nearly 150,000 square meters, the relics reveal an extremely rich cultural heritage, including rammed earth walls, ditches, 215 tombs, 116 house sites as well as burial objects such as jade bracelets, pottery cups, white pottery and painted pottery.
Known as the cradle of kites, Weifang is also home to many household names, from scholars to poets to artists.
Visitors view a blue-and-white porcelain of imperial kiln during an exhibition of cultural relics from the Palace Museum held in Qingdao Art Museum in Qingdao, East China's Shandong province.
The puppet show Three Times Beating Baigujing, an excerpt from the Chinese classic novel Journey to the West, enthralled students in New Zealand during a recent tour showcasing Chinese cultural heritage.
Guests will be immediately attracted by a giant gongbi painting (meticulous brushwork) hung on the wall while entering the foyer of the banquet hall of the 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit venue.
The event venue, sitting alone its coastline, made an impression on the world as the state-of-the-art site welcomes its biggest international event.