Wangcheng District Builds Intangible Cultural Heritage Food Industrial Cluster
The photo, taken on December 15, shows workers making sweet wine at Lujiang Community, Jinggang Ancient Town, Wangcheng District, Changsha. (Photo/Tang Jun, Hunan Daily)
This year, Wangcheng’s market supervision administration has taken efforts to develop an industrial cluster featuring intangible cultural heritage food. It guided six workshops of intangible cultural heritage food, including Guofu Xiaobozi Sweet Wine and Qiu’s Fermented Bean Curd, to improve production conditions, upgrade products, and expand marketing channels. Nearly 100 jobs were provided for local villagers.
Translator: Kuang Zhenzhen
Chinese source: hunan.voc.com.cn