Traditional Crafts in Intangible Heritage Exhibition

February 24, 2009
Editor: leiyang

A foreigner learns the skills of knitting brocade cloth from Liu Aiyu (2nd, R), a folk heir in brocade knitting from east China's Shandong Province, at an exhibit of China's intangible cultural heritage in Beijing, China, Feb. 22, 2009. Many visitors have been attracted to learn and practise traditional crafts while visiting the exhibition, which was held here from Feb. 9 to Feb. 23.

A girl (L) learns skills on embroidery from a woman of Qiang ethnic group at an exhibition of China's intangible cultural heritage in Beijing, China, Feb. 22, 2009.

An employee helps a foreign girl make print with an engraved block at an exhibition of China's intangible cultural heritage in Beijing, China, Feb. 22, 2009.

(Source: Xinhua February 23)

 

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