“Xi ‘an net” : wild goose pagoda still | this Spring Festival “is not the same”, play intangible heritage “Shaanxi” year!
“This Spring Festival, we have organized a series of participatory and interactive cultural activities with non-positarum as the carrier.”Yanta district bureau of culture and Tourism staff said that through the activities, to attract more citizens into the bookstore, so that reading has become a fun, a climate.It also enables the general public to understand the extensive and profound traditional Chinese culture, and feel the thick flavor of old Shaanxi New Year through learning and experiencing the production of intangible cultural heritage.Into the book city jia hui han and tang dynasties, the first thing you encounter is “fair” of non interactive experience activity area, along with to the lottery line dancing up and down, the wild goose pagoda knotting sweet bursa passed people Wang Weidong is used “” sweet bursa” this unique traditional way to celebrate the Spring Festival, attracted many readers stop to watch, more young readers to personally experience the charm of art.”Grandma, do you think my story is right?”Under Wang weidong’s careful guidance, these young readers have compiled their own works.”Next time I’m going to do it. I do hope you’ll come often.”Within ten minutes, eight-year-old Gu has become a fan of Wang Weidong and has a strong emotional resonance with the traditional culture of the Intangible cultural Heritage.It is an indispensable custom for Shaanxi people to celebrate the Spring Festival and listen to operas.In the interactive theme of INTANGIBLE Cultural Heritage “Painting Qinqiang Opera Mask”, readers listened attentively to the explanation of Chen Yaowu, the inheritor of Guanzhong Qinqiang opera opera mask, and in the process of personally making, they deeply understood the joys and sorrows of Qinqiang opera, not only presented in the artist’s exquisite singing, but also reflected in the red and green strokes of the mask.”This kind of activity is very meaningful,” said Huang, who brought her child to the event. “Traditional culture can’t be lost. He was very happy to bring his child to the event and gained a lot.””Sugar painting has a history of more than 500 years from the Ming Dynasty. It is commonly known as’ sugar man ‘or’ sugar lamp Shadow ‘and is part of China’s intangible cultural heritage……”Teacher Shi, the inheritor of intangible cultural heritage of Yanta sugar painting, is giving everyone an explanation and demonstrating on stage in person.With his dexterity, the vivid and brightly colored sugar paintings quickly took shape in his hands.”This is my favorite New Year gift!””That’s amazing. I want to learn how to draw sugar with Mr. Shi!”The scene was filled with the cheers of young readers.Statement: The copyright of this article belongs to the original author, if there is a source error or infringement of your legitimate rights and interests, you can contact us through email, we will deal with it in time.Email address: email@example.com