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Intangible cultural heritage fosters youth ties | Updated: 2017-08-03 11:13

Intangible cultural heritage fosters youth ties

A girl paints a pattern on a porcelain plate. [Photo/]

All participants were amazed by the embroidery, porcelain, paper-cuts and cuisine of Guangdong. Guided by the intangible cultural heritage successors, they grasped the creative process very quickly.

"It is the first time I have ever tried embroidery. I need to be very focused, which is a bit difficult," a girl from Malaysia said.

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