Intangible Cultural Heritages Promoted in Jiahe County

Editor:Sharon Lee
Updated:2017-06-09 15:51:20

A folk artisan (1st L) introduces the paper-cut art to students of Zhuquan Middle School, Jiahe County on June 8, 2017. On the first ˇ°Chinese Cultural and Natural Heritage Dayˇ± eve, Jiahe County Culture, Sports, Broadcasting, and Press Bureau organized various cultural inheritors to urban and rural schools, displaying such local intangible cultural heritage items as married songs, martial arts, dragon and lion dance, paper cutting, and wood carvings. Teachers and students experienced the unique charm of intangible cultural heritages.