Highlights of Intangible Cultural Heritage Show at CIIE

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    For more: https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-11-05/Highlights-of-Intangible-Cultural-Heritage-Show-at-CIIE-Vao6wOclji/index.html The Intangible Cultural Heritage Show is a special project held during the third China International Import Expo. Visitors can take a close look at multiple traditional handicrafts of China’s Intangible Cultural Heritage in the same place. Here are some highlights. The project includes a mat made with 100 percent national silk. The technique used is called Silk Rug hand weaving, which is also named in China’s Intangible Cultural Heritage. The show also has a case made of Zambia Sandalwood. The traditional Chinese style furniture making skills are also a part of the intangible cultural heritage list. #China #CIIE #Business

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