Wuhan holds intangible cultural heritage exhibition

Source: hubei.gov.cn

The craft art exhibition on the intangible cultural heritages of Wuhan, capital city of central China's Hubei Province, was opened to the public on June 17, 2015.

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

  • Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

    Wuhan hold intangible cultural heritage exhibition

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The craft art exhibition on the intangible cultural heritages of Wuhan, capital city of central China's Hubei Province, was opened to the public on June 17, 2015.

The exhibits includes Han Embroidery works, paper cuttings, wood carvings, bamboo carving lacquers, dough modellings, Han laminatings, etc. The handcraft masters are expected to present their skills on the site.

The exhibition will last as long as ten days. (hubei.gov.cn by Ruan Xinqi)

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