New items added to cultural heritage

New items added to cultural heritage


Nanjing, capital of Jiangsu province, has announced a fourth group of intangible cultural heritage. Forty-seven items made the list, ranging from traditional music, opera, dance and art to food and crafts. Folk literature and customs are also included. The addition sees the city's intangible cultural heritage inventory grow to 192 items.

Source: Modern Express

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