Xinjiang: Standards Rollout Targets Heritage

Xinjiang: Standards Rollout Targets Heritage


The Xinjiang Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision rolled out a series of new standards for World Standards Day on October 14. Three of the standards are related to mulberry-bark paper, a national intangible cultural heritage item and popular souvenir sold in Hotan, the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region. Formulating local standards for mulberry-bark paper will enhance intangible cultural heritage protection and boost local tourism, an official at the bureau said.

Source: CNIPA

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