Intangible cultural heritage festivals in Yunnan preserve rich cultural legacy | Updated: 2024-04-02 10:32
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Yunnan in southwestern China is home to diverse ethnic cultures, each contributing to a rich tapestry of traditional festivals. As a precious intangible cultural heritage, these festivals are an important carrier to continue the historical legacy and inherit the excellent traditional Chinese culture.

Among them, the most notable include the Water-splashing Festival of the Dai people, the Flower Hill Festival of the Miao people, the Fairy Festival of the Nu people, the "Monihei Carnival" of the Va people, and both the Chahua and the Torch festivals of the Yi people.

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