Wuhan, October 26 (Wu Yili, Zhan Gufang, Zhang Fangfang) at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Center in Qiaokou District, Wuhan, the Seventh World Military Games Nepal Press Officer Iswar Shreshta and Su Hengtai Oil Paper Umbrella, the fifth generation inheritor Su Feng They have given each other a unique souvenir. “I am deeply impressed by the friendly and enthusiastic Chinese and profound folk culture, and I hope that the friendship between the two countries will be stronger,” said Iswar Shreshta.
More than 100 Chinese and foreign media representatives who participated in the “Military Games City Interview Line” activities entered the Qikou District of Wuhan on the 26th to visit Wuhan’s non-genetic inheritors and experience traditional folk customs.
Wuhan woodcarving ship, leaf painting, Hankou Wharf, Chuyun bronze sculpture… In the intangible cultural heritage exhibition center of Qiaokou District, the exhibition of 19 intangible cultural heritage projects has made Chinese and foreign media representatives linger.
The 81-year-old Long Congfa is a representative inheritor of the national intangible cultural heritage “wood carving ship model”. The design and manufacture of the woodcarving ship is a stunt that has been passed down from generation to generation by the Long family. The dragon has been practicing since childhood and has been in existence for 70 years.
On the same day, he was sitting in the studio of the exhibition center, creating a ship model for UNESCO. The ship’s model is bright and lustrous, and the pattern is refined and refined. Long said that it takes six months to two years to complete a ship model. Today, he has designed hundreds of different shapes of boat models, which are deeply loved by collectors at home and abroad. His works are exported to all over the world for cultural exchanges between China and foreign countries.
The Suhengtai Oil Paper Umbrella exhibited at the Shoukou Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Center is an intangible cultural heritage of Hubei Province. According to reports, the famous “Su Hengtai” brand was founded in Hankou in 1864. It is famous for its durability and is said to be able to withstand the 6th-level wind. In recent years, Su Feng, the fifth-generation successor, has continuously improved and upgraded his craft on the basis of Su Hengtai’s traditional oil-paper umbrella. He has used hand-painted and other innovative techniques to give oil-paper umbrella more cultural significance.
The initial heart is in the square, and the ruler is in the heart. The ingenuity of the non-traditional artists in Wuhan has been “liked” by Chinese and foreign media. China Sports Daily reporter Wang Hui said that the intangible cultural heritage not only shows the long-standing traditional culture of China, but also reflects the spiritual pursuit of craftsmen. We should strengthen the inheritance and protection of Chinese civilization and let the excellent culture go to the world.