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China attempts to save traditional art of Su Embroidery

Su Embroidery (Photo/CGTN)  As one of China's first intangible cultural heritages, Zhang believes that Su Embroidery has a great chance to develop. Yet few young people are willing to learn embroidery, leaving many craftsmen with no successors. He says:

Su Embroidery (Photo/CGTN)

As one of China's first intangible cultural heritages, Zhang believes that Su Embroidery has a great chance to develop. Yet few young people are willing to learn embroidery, leaving many craftsmen with no successors. He says: "There are even fewer who learn Su Embroidery. But I am going to pass it on."

Su Embroidery has been adapted since ancient times. It shows new looks and innovative expressions as time progresses.

[ Editor: Xueying ]