As of 2010, 34 Chinese elements were inscribed on UNESCO's World Intangible Cultural Heritages List. 28 of these were inscribed on The Representative List, while six were inscribed on The List of Intangible Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding. To focus the foreign visitor's attention on these unique culture and customs, a catalogue of all of the UNESCO World Intangible Heritages in China is listed below, with links to specific web pages that provide in-depth information concerning each intangible heritage.» Click to See Popular China Intangible Cultural Heritage Tours.
Qiang New Year festival is a traditional festival of the Qiang ethnic minority in Sichuan Province. During the festival, Qiang people celebrate harvests and pray for prosperity, and thus enhance social and familial harmony.
Log is the main material of traditional Chinese wooden arch bridges, while tenons and mortises are essential in building a super stable Chinese wooden arch bridge. These bridges are important gathering sites of local people.
Traditional Li textile techniques were created by women of Hainan Li Ethnic minority group. It comprises spinning, weaving, dyeing, and embroidering, and cotton thread, twine and other fibers are used to make clothes and daily supplies.
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