Meditation

Learn about the meditation of Shandong. Visit the attractions listed below.
The Chinese New Year Festivity

The Chinese New Year Festivity

Trips to Beijing, Shanghai and Xian expose you to China. A visit to Shandong confronts you with the real China. Join Weifang farmers to celebrate Chinese New Year in an exotic way. People at Weifang still carry out their rituals by the clock from the New Year Eve to Jan 15th. Food, clothes to wear, gift exchanges, words of good wishes by ranks of families and co-workers, tips to the elder and the young, festivity table protocols, bow to parents, drinking protocols, time to visit in-laws, all performed exactly over thousands of years…

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Yangjiabu Folk Culture Village

Yangjiabu Folk Culture Village

The best folk art and folklores are displayed everywhere in Weifang. Yangjiabu is a village-turned folk art depot at the northeast end of Weifang City. Setting your foot onto this village, immediately you will be overwhelmed by locals’ inviting smiles and eagerness to share their products. You will find paper-cutting, kite-making, wood block paintings, shoemaking and more inside the village’s 38 rooms. We were told that Yangjiabu Village produces 200 varieties of kite in six categories including the 350 m long dragon-centipede kit; the world’s longest…

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Dawenkou Ancient Cultural Excavation

Dawenkou Ancient Cultural Excavation

Another attraction is the Dawenkou Museum which was built on the base of the Dawenkou archeological site. The museum is located in Dawenkou Town which is at the southern edge of Mount Tai. Historically, the Dawenkou culture lasted from 4300 BC to 2500 BC in the Neolithic Age. The museum shows tourists stone tools and pottery as well as the lifestyle of this ancient culture.

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Mount Tai

Mount Tai

As the eastern-most of China’s five great mountains, emperors, scholars, and pilgrims have been summiting Mount Tai’s 1,545m peak for over 3,000 years. In dynastic China, the emperor would pay homage to heaven at the summit and foot of Mount Tai. In addition to its sacred importance, Mount Tai is said to have four natural wonders: the sea of clouds, the heavenly aura (caused by light diffracting off clouds and mist), the glowing sunset, and the sun rising in the east the earliest. If you would like to see the sunrise, you will need to either hike up before…

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