Major Paper-Cut Project Calls for 480 Pieces Based on 'Journey to the West'

 June 18, 2019

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West, a popular novel that is considered one of the Four Great Classic Novels of Chinese literature. Lianyungang claims to be the birthplace of the Monkey King — the hero of the novel. [For China Daily]

 
 

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West, a popular novel that is considered one of the Four Great Classic Novels of Chinese literature. Lianyungang claims to be the birthplace of the Monkey King — the hero of the novel. [For China Daily]

 
 

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West, a popular novel that is considered one of the Four Great Classic Novels of Chinese literature. Lianyungang claims to be the birthplace of the Monkey King — the hero of the novel. [For China Daily]

 
 

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West, a popular novel that is considered one of the Four Great Classic Novels of Chinese literature. Lianyungang claims to be the birthplace of the Monkey King — the hero of the novel. [For China Daily]

 
 

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West, a popular novel that is considered one of the Four Great Classic Novels of Chinese literature. Lianyungang claims to be the birthplace of the Monkey King — the hero of the novel. [For China Daily]

 
 

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West, a popular novel that is considered one of the Four Great Classic Novels of Chinese literature. Lianyungang claims to be the birthplace of the Monkey King — the hero of the novel. [For China Daily]

 
 

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West, a popular novel that is considered one of the Four Great Classic Novels of Chinese literature. Lianyungang claims to be the birthplace of the Monkey King — the hero of the novel. [For China Daily]

 
 

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West, a popular novel that is considered one of the Four Great Classic Novels of Chinese literature. Lianyungang claims to be the birthplace of the Monkey King — the hero of the novel. [For China Daily]

 
 

Major paper-cut project calls for 480 pieces based on 'Journey to the West'

Sun Hongxiang, a paper-cutting artist in Lianyungang, East China's Jiangsu Province, plans to make 480 paper-cuts based on Journey to the West. [For China Daily]

 
(Source: chinadaily.com.cn)
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