Changsha Fantawild Holds Intangible Cultural Heritage Performances to Greet Spring Festival
The photo, taken on February 6, shows tourists enjoying a lion performance at the Changsha Fantawild Oriental Heritage Theme Park. A Chinese traditional culture-themed exhibition hall opened to the public that day at the theme park. (Photo/Xu Xing, Hunan Daily)
A number of intangible cultural heritage items have been introduced to the exhibition hall, including the Foshan Li Family’s Lion; Tantou Wooden New Year Paintings; Jiangyong Nvshu, or women’s script; He Family's shadow play; and, Chinese paper-cut. Intangible cultural heritage exhibitions and performances were staged to greeting the upcoming Spring Festival.
The photo, taken on February 6, shows tourists viewing Tantou Wooden New Year Paintings.
The photo, taken on February 6, shows tourists photographing shadow puppets.
Translator: Kuang Zhenzhen
Chinese source: hunantoday.cn