Hunan Province is also known as "Xiang". The Xiang Opera, a major local opera in Hunan Province, was formed during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), an...More
Changsha Tanci is a folk art form in Hunan Province of China. It is prevalent along the Xiangjiang and Zishui River valley. Originating from an art...More
Hunan embroidery, one of the Four Great Embroideries in China (the four categories are embroidery respectively of Suzhou,Sichuan, Guangdong and Hun...More
As a kind of natural appreciating stone and a valuable carving material, chrysanthemum stone is named after the chrysanthemum textures on the rocks...More
With Changsha accent as its stage language, Changsha Flower-drum Opera is popular in Changsha, Xiangtang, Zhuzhou, Ningxiang, Liuyang and Pingjiang...More
Created in over a hundred years ago, Liuyang Ancient Music for Confucius memorial ceremony was originally played at the Dacheng Hall of Confucius T...More
Huo Gong Dian (also called Fiery Place or Fire God Palace) temple fair in the old days had a unique status in ordinary people's life. Besides vario...More
Liuyang fireworks is a recognizable traditional specialty and one of the main exports of Hunan Province, wining Liuyang a fame of "Hometown of Fire...More
The photo, taken on February 26, 2019, shows that Hong Yuan, a paper-cut artist from You County, Zhuzhou City, displays his paper cutting skills at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall in Yuhua District, Changsha.More
On February 19, the very day of Chinese Lantern Festival in 2019, the Hunan Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall in Yuhua District, Changsha, held various celebrations.
A Hunan intangible cultural heritage exhibition opens at the Hunan Cultural Center on January 5, 2019.
Photo taken on December 25 shows that pupils are performing a drama called “A Grand View Garden of Operas”.
On December 22, an intangible cultural heritage temple fair was held at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall, Yuhua District to celebrate Dongzhi or the Winter Solstice Festival.