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Students Experience Intangible Cultural Heritages

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A winter vacation activity for primary and secondary students to experience intangible cultural heritages was launched at the Hunan Cultural Center on January 14. The activity was hosted by the Hunan Provincial Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Center.

Children learn paper-cutting from an inheritor. (Photo/Zhang Ling)

At the launching ceremony, Li Ailian, inheritor of Nvshu (women's script), Li Yuanyue, inheritor of Fenghuang bamboo weaving, Zhong Xinglin, inheritor of Tantou wooden New Year paintings, Liu Zhimin, paper-cutting inheritor, and He Yongping, promoter of tie-dyeing skills, instructed children in various interesting intangible cultural heritage hands-on activities. There were also wonderful performances such as Changsha tanci, face changing, flower-drum opera, crosstalk, and oral stunts. Besides, a traditional Hunan food market was set up on the site. Visitors could taste unique Hunan snacks such as stinky tofu, sugar in different forms, mashed tea, and lotus root starch. The event will last until February 16.


Children learn tie dyeing. (Photo/Zhang Ling)

Hunan Cultural Center

Address: No. 69, Shanmuchong West Road, Tianxin District, Changsha City

Tel: 86 (731) 89756888

For more info, please follow the official WeChat account of the Hunan Cultural Center.

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This article is from Hunan Provincial Government www.enghunan.gov.cn.


Translator: Xiao Juan


Chinese source: hn.chinanews.com