Getting a taste of intangible cultural heritages
An American student carefully reveals her block print in Suzhou, Jiangsu province on March 12, which is colored in red ink with the image of famous cartoon character Hello Kitty. [Photo by Hua Xuegen/VCG]
A group of 16 students from Portland in Oregon State, the United States are on a three-day immersive trip to Chinese intangible cultural heritages in Suzhou, Jiangsu province.
Starting from March 12, the youngsters are being introduced to traditional Chinese ink painting, pottery art, tea art and Kunqu Opera, fully embracing the charm and grasping the essence of traditional Chinese culture.