Seated at her desk and holding a brush in her right hand, Li Shaoyue completes an exquisite miniature ink painting on the inside of a glass bead.
Discover the artistry of Weifang's Dragon-Headed Kites!
Embracing the spirit of the dragon, Dragon Dance is a cherished traditional folk activity.
Established in the late Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), Weifang Lunar New Year Pictures have a simple and natural style and cover a wide range of subjects.
Zhoucun Xinzi Parade is a folk performing art native to Zibo city, blending acrobatic and stile dancing.
Juxian Guomenjian, or Juxian Paper Cuttings for Decorating Heads of Doorframes, is a beloved folk art in Shandong's Rizhao city and represents the pinnacle of local paper-cutting artistry.
Jiyang Drum Yangko, a traditional folk dance from Shandong province, dates back to the Shang and Zhou dynasties (c.16th century-256 BC).