Changsha: a city of Chu-han culture
Changsha is a historical city known both in China and abroad.Once a strategic place in the state of Chu during Warring States Period(475-221 BC), Changsha is now one of the foremost historical and cultural cities in China.The city enjoys splendid ancient culture and is home to many ancient tombs and relics.Millennia of history have left numerous attractions for tourists including the Yuelu Academy, Mawangdui Tomb, Kaifu Temple, Tianxin Pavilion and the Orange Island.The Hunan Provincial Museum and the Changsha Museum are home to Changsha’s essential cultural relics.
Ningxiang county opens sinology training school for children
Changsha saw the opening ceremony of a sinology training school for children called Mengxi Group on June 30.
Chrysanthemum stone carving
Chrysanthemum stone is a precious natural stone carving material mainly produced in Liuyang and Luxi in Hunan province.
Production process for Liuyang fireworks
The production process of Liuyang fireworks is one of the Han nationality’s traditional handicrafts.
Temple fair of the fire palace
With a long history and rich cultural content, it is not only an epitome of the history of the ancient Fire Temple culture of Huxiang area, but also a highlight of the folk culture of Hunan.
Xiang Embroidery is a collective name of the embroidery products in Changsha, Hunan. Xiang Embroidery ranks among the top four famous embroideries in China (Su Embroidery, Xiang Embroidery, Yue Embroidery and Shu Embroidery).