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A feast of intangible cultural heritages


Updated: 2014-03-03

A feast of intangible cultural heritages

Artists from North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region play Matouqi, or horse head fiddle music –Mongolian music played on horse head fiddles and which was selected as a national intangible cultural heritage in 2006 – at an intangible cultural heritage performances exhibition held on Mar 2 in Henan’s Huaiyang county, where a variety of intangible cultural heritages including traditional music, dance and drama were assembled from provinces such as Shannxi, Jiangxi and Shandong, as part of a cultural feast for the audience.[Photo by Li An/Xinhua]

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