中文Contact Us

  • Students Experience Intangible Cultural Heritage Skills i...

    [2020.09.07]

    The photos, taken on September 6, show students learn intangible cultural heritage (ICH) skills from ICH inheritors at the Changsha ICH Exhibition Hall. The exhibition hall held an offline experience activity on that day. A total of 100 students from many primary and secondary schools in the city participated.

  • Hunan Opera Inheritance and Promotion Activity Held in Ch...

    [2020.08.24]

    The photo, taken on August 22, shows an actress performs Hunan Opera at an opera hall on Huangxing Middle Road in Kaifu District, Changsha. Hunan Opera performance artist Cao Rulong’s opera studio held a Hunan Opera inheritance and promotion activity there that day.

  • Peking Opera Performances Enrich Students’ Summer Vacation

    [2020.08.13]

    The Hunan Cultural Center, together with the Hunan Peking Opera Protection and Inheritance Center held a Peking Opera promotion activity on that day. Free Peking Opera performances were staged at the center. The performances not only enriched children’s summer vacation, but also enabled them to learn Peking Opera knowledge

  • Children Experience Intangible Cultural Heritage in Changsha

    [2020.08.11]

    The photo, taken on August 8, shows a child experiences Hunan Opera facial makeup painting at the Changsha Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Hall, which is located in the Orange Isle Scenic Area, Changsha. During the summer vacation, the exhibition hall has attracted many children to experience intangible cultural heritage.

  • Children Learn Hunan Embroidery Skills

    [2020.07.28]

    The photo, taken on July 27, shows children learn Hunan embroidery skills in Jianxiang Xincun Community, Wujialing Street, Kaifu District, Changsha. The community organized a Hunan embroidery experience activity for children on that day. Under the guidance of embroidery teachers, children learned about Hunan embroidery history, craft and production process, and tried their hand at making embroidery works.

  • Cultural Heritage Brings "Chinese Grass" New Vigor

    [2020.06.15]

    ​Tan Zhixiang, 54, is witnessing the rising popularity of Liuyang Xiabu cloth, an intangible cultural heritage that originated in Liuyang City, central China's Hunan Province.