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  • Children Experience Intangible Cultural Heritage in Changsha

    [ 2020.08.11 ]

    The photo, taken on August 8, shows a child experiences Hunan Opera facial makeup painting at the Changsha Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Hall, which is located in the Orange Isle Scenic Area, Changsha. During the summer vacation, the exhibition hall has attracted many children to experience intangible cultural heritage.

  • Children Learn Hunan Embroidery Skills

    [ 2020.07.28 ]

    The photo, taken on July 27, shows children learn Hunan embroidery skills in Jianxiang Xincun Community, Wujialing Street, Kaifu District, Changsha. The community organized a Hunan embroidery experience activity for children on that day. Under the guidance of embroidery teachers, children learned about Hunan embroidery history, craft and production process, and tried their hand at making embroidery works.

  • Free Flower-drum Opera Performance Staged at Changsha Experimental Theatre

    [ 2020.06.03 ]

    Nine-day special performances to promote flower-drum opera were scheduled to be staged at the Changsha Experimental Theatre since June 2, with one performance staged in the afternoon and one in the evening each day. The Changsha Flower-drum Opera Protection and Inheritance Center has thoughtfully prepared 25 fine traditional plays for this event. Audience can get free tickets at the theater entrance with their ID cards.

  • Nvshu Inheritor as Livestreamer to Promote Cultural Creative Products

    [ 2020.04.20 ]

    The photo, taken on April 18, shows that Li Ailian (left), inheritor of Nvshu (women's script) is promoting a product during a livestreaming at the Yuhua District Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall, Changsha. Currently, Li Ailian conducted the livestreaming three or four times a week, to promote Nvshu-related cultural creative products and popularize Nvshu-related knowledge. Now, Li has figured out a new way for the promotion of intangible cultural heritages.

  • Students Experience Intangible Cultural Heritages

    [ 2020.01.16 ]

    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 paintings.Liu Zhimin, paper-cutting inheritor, and He Yongping, promoter of tie-dyeing skills, instructed children in various interesting intangible cultural heritage hands-on activities.89756888For more info, please follow the official WeChat account of the Hunan Cultural Center.

  • Ten Outstanding Young Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritors Selected

    [ 2020.01.09 ]

    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 fine arts, traditional drama, traditional skills, and traditional medicine.