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
Children learn paper-cutting from an inheritor.(Photo/Zhang Ling)At the launching ceremony, Li Ailian, inheritor of Nvshu(women's script), Li Yuanyue, inheritor of Fenghuang bamboo weaving, Zhong Xinglin, inheritor of Tantou wooden New Year painti...More
The Changsha Outstanding Young Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritors Award Ceremony was held on January 8 at the Changsha Library. Ten inheritors were selected from 29 candidates. The intangible cultural heritage categories included traditional ...
Changsha’s first Paper-cutting Spring Festival Gala was held at the Hunan Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall in Yuhua District, Changsha on January 4. Programs featuring paper-cut elements including dance, chorus, fashion show, and sitcom were per...
The photo, taken on October 31, shows teachers and students from the Hunan Vocational College of Art stage a flower drum opera called The Case of “Happy Pulse” (a pulse that indicates pregnancy) at the Hunan Opera Performance Center.
The photo, taken on September 13, shows children experiencing the Chinese shadow puppetry art under the guidance of a teacher at Hunan Cultural Center. The Hunan Intangible Cultural Heritage Protection Center launched a “Mid-Autumn Festival - Hun...