Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritor Promotes Traditional Yi Embroidery in Yunnan

November 30, 2019
Editor: Wei Xuanyi

Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritor Promotes Traditional Yi Embroidery in Yunnan

Embroidered storage boxes are seen at the workshop "Fangcunjian" in Shilin Yi Autonomous County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Nov. 28, 2019. Bi, 65, was born in the Shilin Yi Autonomous County and began to learn Yi embroidery from family members when she was still young. As a national intangible cultural heritage inheritor, she often participates in various kinds of activities to promote traditional Yi embroidery. She also opened a workshop named "Fangcunjian" in Ashima tourist town of Shilin, offering embroidery classes for locals and tourists. [Xinhua/Cao Yiming]

 

Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritor Promotes Traditional Yi Embroidery in Yunnan

National intangible cultural heritage inheritor Bi Yueying prepares to work at her workshop "Fangcunjian" in Shilin Yi Autonomous County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Nov. 28, 2019. Bi, 65, was born in the Shilin Yi Autonomous County and began to learn Yi embroidery from family members when she was still young. As a national intangible cultural heritage inheritor, she often participates in various kinds of activities to promote traditional Yi embroidery. She also opened a workshop named "Fangcunjian" in Ashima tourist town of Shilin, offering embroidery classes for locals and tourists. [Xinhua/Zhang Liyun]

 

Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritor Promotes Traditional Yi Embroidery in Yunnan

National intangible cultural heritage inheritor Bi Yueying is pictured at her workshop "Fangcunjian" in Shilin Yi Autonomous County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Nov. 28, 2019. The embroidery on her costume is made by herself. Bi, 65, was born in the Shilin Yi Autonomous County and began to learn Yi embroidery from family members when she was still young. As a national intangible cultural heritage inheritor, she often participates in various kinds of activities to promote traditional Yi embroidery. She also opened a workshop named "Fangcunjian" in Ashima tourist town of Shilin, offering embroidery classes for locals and tourists. [Xinhua/Jin Yu]

 

Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritor Promotes Traditional Yi Embroidery in Yunnan

National intangible cultural heritage inheritor Bi Yueying (2nd L) guides a student at Ashima embroidery workshop in Minzu middle school of Shilin Yi Autonomous County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Nov. 28, 2019. Bi, 65, was born in the Shilin Yi Autonomous County and began to learn Yi embroidery from family members when she was still young. As a national intangible cultural heritage inheritor, she often participates in various kinds of activities to promote traditional Yi embroidery. She also opened a workshop named "Fangcunjian" in Ashima tourist town of Shilin, offering embroidery classes for locals and tourists. [Xinhua/Li Xin]

 

Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritor Promotes Traditional Yi Embroidery in Yunnan

National intangible cultural heritage inheritor Bi Yueying (2nd L) guides a student at Ashima embroidery workshop in Minzu middle school of Shilin Yi Autonomous County, southwest China's Yunnan Province, Nov. 28, 2019. Bi, 65, was born in the Shilin Yi Autonomous County and began to learn Yi embroidery from family members when she was still young. As a national intangible cultural heritage inheritor, she often participates in various kinds of activities to promote traditional Yi embroidery. She also opened a workshop named "Fangcunjian" in Ashima tourist town of Shilin, offering embroidery classes for locals and tourists. [Xinhua/Yin Dongxun]

 

Intangible Cultural Heritage Inheritor Promotes Traditional Yi Embroidery in Yunnan

National intangible cultural heritage inheritor Bi Yueying talks with workers at a workshop in southwest China's Yunnan Province, Nov. 28, 2019. Bi, 65, was born in the Shilin Yi Autonomous County and began to learn Yi embroidery from family members when she was still young. As a national intangible cultural heritage inheritor, she often participates in various kinds of activities to promote traditional Yi embroidery. She also opened a workshop named "Fangcunjian" in Ashima tourist town of Shilin, offering embroidery classes for locals and tourists. [Xinhua/Yin Dongxun]

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