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  • ICH items help with Shandong's rural revitalization


    Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Experience Museum demonstrates how traditional items can be used in modern life as well as help increase the incomes of rural craftsmen and aid rural development.

  • Traditional sea grass cottages in Rongcheng


    The sea grass thatched cottages in Rongcheng, Shandong province are traditional dwellings for local fishermen.

  • The art of decorating gourds


    Gourd pyrography is the art of decorating a gourd by burning a graphic design on the surface.

  • Yangko in Shandong


    Yangko is a rural Chinese folk dance with a history dating back thousands of years. The folk dance is based on the sacrificial ceremony held when people prayed for a good harvest.

  • Qingdao's authentic ICH food: Laoshan dough modeling


    Laoshan dough modeling, commonly known as "bobo" and "steamed bread", is a handcrafted product handed down from generation to generation in Qingdao's Laoshan district.

  • Jinan to launch promotional events for ICH


    Jinan, East China's Shandong province, is set to launch a series of promotional events highlighting the city's intangible cultural heritage (ICH) in celebration of Cultural and Natural Heritage Day which falls on June 13.

  • Intangible cultural heritage: woolen embroidery


    Woolen embroidery is a type of handicraft made by sewing patterns on linen cloth with various colors of wool.

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