In recent years, Hohhot Nanchaihuoshijie Primary School has actively promoted a traditional culture on its campus and has included cloth tigers, paper cutting and leather art in its curriculum.
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.
By kneading and painting the glutinous rice dough, Xue Zinyu, an inheritor of the Togtoh dough modeling technique, offers her life-affirming outlook to others through her art.
The Taiping Drum Dance is a folk art form originating from the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) and became common during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).
Students learned to make Laba garlic in Hohhot, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Jan 9, in celebration of this year's Laba Festival, which falls on Jan 10.
A three-dimensional layered painting is a flat painting composed of multiple layers of transparent media, and superimposed at different intervals to form a three-dimensional image.