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  • Across China: Indonesian students relish intangible cultural heritage in China

    A group of nearly 40 teachers and students from Indonesia have immersed themselves in the rich folk culture and ethnic customs of southwest China during an ongoing trip to the mountainous province of Guizhou.


  • Feature: Chinese tea's fragrance drifts into hometown of Ceylon black tea

    After queuing for over 10 minutes, Thilini Thilakarathne, a Sri Lankan teacher from Thurstan College, finally received a bowl of oil tea from south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.


  • Cultural inheritance helps intangible cultural heritage-based economy thrive in Zaozhuang, east China

    Shizhong District, a city district in Zaozhuang of east China's Shandong Province, is reaping explicit benefits from local intangible cultural heritage (ICH)-based economy thanks to its great efforts in the ICH inheritance and development.


  • Pass down intangible cultural heritage through fingertips in Junan County, E China's Shandong

    Hand-embroidered shoe insoles, a traditional folk art deeply rooted in the local culture of Junan County, east China’s Shandong Province, serve both as a form of craftsmanship and a leisure activity. Despite the prevalence of machine-made insoles, this intangible cultural heritage has survived thanks to dedicated individuals.


  • China to launch over 9,800 intangible cultural heritage events

    China will launch over 9,800 events nationwide, including more than 6,300 offline events, to showcase the country's intangible cultural heritage, both before and after the Cultural and Natural Heritage Day, which falls on June 10 this year.


  • Wendeng huabobo, intangible cultural heritage in east China's Shandong, popular in Chinese, overseas markets

    Wendeng huabobo, a type of flower-shaped steamed buns produced in Wendeng District, Weihai, a city in east China's Shandong Province, has become popular in both domestic and overseas markets.


  • GLOBALink | Cultural events in NYC feature China's intangible cultural heritage

    Multiple events were staged in New York City over the weekend featuring intangible cultural heritage from east China's Suzhou.


  • China's traditional tea-making enters UNESCO cultural heritage list

    China's traditional tea-making was added on Tuesday to the intangible cultural heritage list of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).


  • China steps up protection of intangible cultural heritage

    China has rolled out new measures to strengthen the protection of the country's intangible cultural heritage (ICH).


  • Chinese "durian of soup" makes national list of intangible cultural heritage

    A total of 185 new cultural practices and expressions, including the preparation of Luosifen, have been inscribed on the latest list of national intangible cultural heritage released by the State Council.


  • China to build 20 national intangible cultural heritage museums

    China will build 20 national-level intangible cultural heritage museums during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025), according to a plan recently released by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.


  • Chinese short-video platform Kuaishou launches the first online intangible cultural heritage college in China

    Kuaishou, a Chinese leading short-video platform, recently launched China's first online intangible cultural heritage college on its app, aiming to help the inheritance of Chinese intangible cultural heritage through online courses, reported by China Economic Net on Saturday.


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