Foreigners learn intangible cultural heritage
Alex, from the UK, was playing Jielong Chuida (folk music of Banan) with heirs of intangible cultural heritage at People's Square in Banan District. Alex likes China after reading the Romance of the Three Kingdoms and the Art of War.
Thirteen “foreign disciples” were awarding certificates of "Publicity Ambassador for Intangible Cultural Heritage in Banan District".
Carle, from the UK, and several "foreign disciples" were tasting Chongqing food with chopsticks in Mudonghe Street in Banan District.
Kumar, from India, was learning Xiaoguan Banggu Dance (a kind of folk dance) at the Depu Foreign Language School in Banan District. Kumar, a medical student, has been in Chongqing for nearly 10 years, who is familiar with Chinese traditional festivals due to his Chinese wife. And he is interested deeply in Chinese calligraphy and national songs and dances.
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Intangible cultural heritage can only be inherited by local people? There are 23 foreign youth from 8 countries such as Russia, Italy, Vietnam, Bangladesh and Kazakhstan to learn intangible cultural heritage in the activity of 2018 “Learning Intangible Cultural Heritage in Chongqing”. They have become the "foreign disciples" of heirs of Banan intangible cultural heritage.