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Fuzhou plans to build intangible cultural heritage ecological park
Updated: 2012-11-21

Yang Fan, president of the Fuzhou Culture, Press and Publication Bureau, disclosed in an online interview that Fuzhou city planned to build an intangible cultural heritage ecological park.

Since 2005, Fuzhou has invested more than 300 million yuan ($48.1 million) in protecting and carrying forward a large batch of intangible cultural heritage projects. At present, the whole city has 13 national-level intangible cultural heritage projects and 52 provincial-level intangible cultural heritage projects, as well as 13 national-level intangible cultural heritage inheritors and 62 provincial-level intangible cultural heritage inheritors. The efforts form a four-level (national, provincial, city and county) protection system for intangible cultural heritage projects and inheritors.

Yang Fan said that during the 12th Five-Year Plan period, Fuzhou would scientifically plan the layout of public cultural facilities and arrange cultural resource allocation in main urban districts and new urban districts.

Edited by Lin Hong and Michael Thai