Museum Displays Cultural Heritage

Museum Displays Cultural Heritage

2018/12/21

A month long exhibition of Hong Kong's intangible cultural heritage opened at the Prince Kung's Palace Museum in Beijing in mid-December and will last through January 5, 2019. The event features 20 items included in Hong Kong's directory of intangible cultural heritage, covering such sectors as performing arts, customs and ceremonies, festivals and handicrafts. It showcases the achievements in cultural heritage preservation and protection, organizers said.

Source: China Daily




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