Hohhot traditions enter intangible cultural heritage list



A fascinating and colorful Bawangbian dance is performed in Hohhot. [Photo/Inner Mongolia news network]

Seven traditions in Hohhot – capital city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region – have been selected in the seventh batch of items to be included on the list of autonomous region-level intangible cultural heritage, according to local media reports.

The authorities named a total of 58 projects and among them were Hohhot traditions.

They include the Bawangbian dance, a medicinal fragrance making technique, Mongolian cooking skills, Tumochuan dough modeling and stringed musical instrument-making skills.