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Qi pen brushes are famous in Shandong as they are regarded as the highest level of literacy pretige. If you ask a shop owner for one to use for calligraphy, they might look at you twice.
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Wetlands fun this weekend? Dongying has so much to explore. DM for more info.
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Hot liquids are always good to take in the cold. Lamb soups are the best you can find in Shandong. You might see some on your travels here 🙂
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Biking routes in Weihai are most popular, especially in Rongcheng county. Scenic routes are just 1 of the popular ones most people favor. DM us for more info where you to fin cherry blossom gardens, sailboats , etc.
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15 days of work are unfold in 11 seconds.. #visitshandong #travel #explorechina #discover #realchina #experience #shandong #worklife #visualgram #instatravel #instaphoto #instafun

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Enter the only living museum in Qingzhou today. Built over 2000 years ago, this ancient town used to oversee 1/9th of China’s economy. Shop and restaurants are still in-tact and colorful gardens are all over to explore.

For more information: https://travelshandong.com/weifang
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Did you know Shandong used to be called the Qi Kingdom, the final 7 kingdoms before being conquered by Emperor Qin Shi Huang. He is also well-known for unifying China and building the Great Wall in 221 BC.

“Qi” represents the highest level of literacy prestige in China. This perfect technique has lasted over the centuries in the making of pen brushes. Check in with any stores in Shandong’s ancient villages if they sell Qi pen brushes for calligraphy. The owner might give you a second look. You will find out why.

For more information: https://travelshandong.com/culture
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Even in the wetlands, you can have fun too! Open all season round. When is your next trip?

For more information: https://travelshandong.com/dongying
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Looking for some local delicacies? Great for the cold weather that is coming up.

Previously treated as an emperor’s dish because of the type of meat used to create a light soup taste, much like the goulash soup you find in Western cuisine.

The “Lamb soup” was treasured very much in the ancient days because of the difficulties in preparation and it takes a skilled chef to prepare one for you. There are many in Shandong who say they are the best, but only your tongue can taste which is the best. The vote is in your hands.

Plus, soup is high in nutrition. Therefore, keeping you healthy and strong especially in days of fatigue. More soup, health levels go up 🙂

For more information: https://travelshandong.com/food
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Almost half of the 7-day National holiday has passed..what else to do since the weekend is here? You know, Weihai has great biking routes to catch the fresh air and sights.

Hope on to the Peninsular Sea Road (Bandao Huanhai Road) and pass by the Binhai Park Green Avenue where marble built bridges and wavy blue seas are at. Great for a stop to take photos. And if you are still up for it, cycle on to the Cherry blossom Lake Road with different seaweed houses, lotus ponds, and of course, a cherry blossom trail.

Your excitement to explore more of the scenic routes relieves of your worries. There are public bicycle stops available across the 181 km route. You don’t have to finish the entire route. Just a small part of it would leave you coming back for more 🙂

For more information: https://travelshandong.com/weihai
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After the hike to Mt Tai and cultural exploration, time to shift routes to a more quaint and romantic agenda. If opted for a more relaxing day, a cable car awaits you up to the top of Mt Tai. The climb up the steps can be a little intimidating at first but it is an experience if you ever wanted to try. You can get views like these.

And once up the top, your legs may tremble but you know you’re still alive when you see the Twin Peaks of “Nantianmen” leading up to the red brick walls of the Jade Emperor Temple. Also look out for the Tangmo Cliff rocks. They are breathtaking!

For more information: https://travelshandong.com/taian
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