Photos taken at the institute of Jing-chu intangible heritage technique inheritance in Jingzhou, central China’s Hubei Province.
Jingzhou, located in central China’s Hubei Province, is abundant in intangible cultural heritages, boasting nine national-level, 33 provincial-level and 51 prefectural-level projects of intangible cultural heritage.
The institute of Jing-chu intangible heritage technique inheritance was put into use in 2015 on an area of 5,000 square meters. The first batch of inheritors of the intangible heritage specialize in Chu-style lacquerware, bronze ware with tin-lead engravings, kite, Han Embroidery, Chu Embroidery, poker-picture, miniature engraving, etc.
At present, more than 3,000 students have experienced the programs of intangible heritage in the institute. (hubei.gov.cn by Ruan Xinqi)
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