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Shandong in One Minute

(People's Daily Online)    12:30, October 30, 2018

In one minute, what happens in Shandong Province?

In one minute, 10 people climb up Mount Tai.

In one minute, 20 people stop at Penglai and enjoy the scenery.

In one minute, 17 people walk into the Confucius Residence, Temple and Cemetery to explore Confucianism.

In one minute, 5 people savor the autumn sights at Daming Lake.

In one minute, 15.5 kiloliters of Tsingtao Beer are consumed.

In one minute, 18 tons of seafood are loaded on ships.

In one minute, 8,562kg of Shouguang vegetables enter kitchens.

In one minute, 25 square meters of new land appears at the estuary of the Yellow River. 

In one minute, Qingdao Oriental Movie Metropolis produces 30,000 frames of film.

In one minute, 11 Weifang kites are sold abroad.

In one minute, Weichai Power equips a heavy truck with an engine.

In one minute, the Sunway exascale computer prototype calculates 2.4 billion times.

In one minute, the special rope developed by Qingdao sends the submersible Jiaolong into the sea, reaching depths of up to 50 meters.

In one minute, the drilling rig Blue Whale #1 extracts an average of 3.6 cubic meters of natural gas in the combustible ice test area.

In one minute, 95 passengers leave for abroad from Shandong Airport.

In one minute, 16 cars drive to the cross-sea bridge and through Jiaozhou Bay.

In one minute, two containers depart from the Port of Qingdao.

In one minute, trade to Japan and South Korea reaches 96,000 US dollars.

40 years of reform and opening-up reveals the marvelous development of Shandong Province.

In one minute, appreciate Shandong culture.

In one minute, set sail on a new journey.

In one minute, savor Shandong cuisine.

In one minute, experience the intangible cultural heritage.

In one minute, witness the power of innovation.

In one minute, overlook the land of Shandong.

Shandong in one minute, it is always ready for a new outlook.

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(Web editor: He Zhuoyan, Bianji)

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