Paper-cutting art on Jilin’s Changbai Mountain

By Han Junhong and Zhou Huiying | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2018-04-17 11:17
In Baishan Stone Carving Park at the foot of Changbai Mountain, Jilin province, several groups of stone carving works inspired by paper-cutting art have created a unique landscape. [Photo by Li Xia/for chinadaily.com.cn]

In Baishan Stone Carving Park at the foot of Changbai Mountain, Jilin province, several groups of stone carving works inspired by paper-cutting art have created a unique landscape.

Li Xia, creator of the original works, became the first person whose paper-cutting art has been carved in stones in China.

Li, a Manchu paper-cutting artist in Jilin, began studying paper-cutting from her elders at the age of 5 and has now created exquisite work reflective of her region and ethnic minority group.

"I hope the traditional art will be passed from generation to generation," she said.

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