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In photos: World Intagible Cultural Heritage Guangling Paper Cut in N China's Shanxi

In photos: World Intagible Cultural Heritage Guangling Paper Cut in N China's Shanxi

(Photo by Zhang Zhou/ Guangming Picture)

Photo taken on Sept. 23, 2017 shows the works of Guangling Paper Cut which was included on the list of World Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2009 in Datong City, north China's Shanxi Province. Guangling Paper Cut has a history of over 3,000 years. Guangling Paper Cut first appeared in an embryonic form as early as the beginning of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) and fully developed its own character in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) which has lasted to this day. Guangling Paper constitutes a unique school in the world of paper, apart from any other artistic tradition with its characteristics of bright colors, vivid model, delicate lines, a dynamic form of expression and skillful engraving. It's a reputation as a 'Unique Chinese Folk Art' and was added to the list of World Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO in 2009. 剪纸的起源在初唐在山西。距今已有3000多年的历史。随着历史的变迁,到明代形成了广灵剪纸,一直流传至今。作为中国民间剪纸三大流派之一的广灵剪纸,以其鲜艳的色彩、生动的造型、纤细的线条、传神的表现力和细腻的刀法独树一帜,自成一派,奠定了剪纸行业的至尊地位,被誉为“中华民间艺术一绝”, 堪称剪纸艺苑一奇葩。2006年列入山西省非物质文化遗产,2008年列入国家级非物质文化遗产,2009年列入世界非物质文化遗产。

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