Paper Cutting Ornaments Designed to Greet Chinese Lunar New Year

February 12, 2018
Editor: Chen Lu
Photo taken on Feb. 10, 2018 shows cheongsam hobbyists dressed in cheongsam decorated with paper cuttings designed by Liang Ying in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province. Liang Ying, provincial-level inheritor of traditional Chinese paper cutting, which is one of the intangible cultural heritages, designs paper cutting ornaments for the cheongsam, or qipao in Mandarin Chinese, to greet the Chinese Lunar New Year. [Xinhua/Xu Wenhao]
Liang Ying (R) puts on make-up for the cheongsam hobbyist in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, Feb. 10, 2018. Liang Ying, provincial-level inheritor of traditional Chinese paper cutting, which is one of the intangible cultural heritages, designs paper cutting ornaments for the cheongsam, or qipao in Mandarin Chinese, to greet the Chinese Lunar New Year. [Xinhua/Xu Wenhao]
Liang Ying makes up for the cheongsam hobbyists in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province, Feb. 10, 2018. Liang Ying, provincial-level inheritor of traditional Chinese paper cutting, which is one of the intangible cultural heritages, designs paper cutting ornaments for the cheongsam, or qipao in Mandarin Chinese, to greet the Chinese Lunar New Year. [Xinhua/Xu Wenhao]
Photo taken on Feb. 10, 2018 shows cheongsam hobbyists dressed in cheongsam decorated with paper cuttings, with the designer Liang Ying (1st R) in Liaocheng, east China's Shandong Province. Liang Ying, provincial-level inheritor of traditional Chinese paper cutting, which is one of the intangible cultural heritages, designs paper cutting ornaments for the cheongsam, or qipao in Mandarin Chinese, to greet the Chinese Lunar New Year. [Xinhua/Xu Wenhao]

 

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