To explore cultural and creative products in Huangjueping Art Fair
The public selecting cultural and creative products at Huangjueping Art Fair, Jiulongpo (Photographed by Zhou Bangjing)
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- During the 8-day-long holidays of National Day and Mid-Autumn Festival this year, tourists coming to Jiulong Peninsula could not only visit internet-famous attractions including Huangjueping Graffiti Art Street, Jiaotong Teahouse and Himalaya Bookstore, but also visit the accessible Chongqing Art Fair to experience intangible cultural heritages and select their favorite cultural and creative products.
More than 70 booths accessible at Grand Fleet Craft - Chuangyi Haosi Cultural and Creative Park in Huangjueping, Jiulongpo (Photographed by Zhou Bangjing)
Recently, the reporter came to Youdian Road in Huangjueping, Jiulongpo, and saw that the boulevard in front of Chongqing Railway Secondary School, which was popular because of the movie Better Days, attracted many tourists to visit. The Chongqing Art Fair was taking place in Grand Fleet Craft - Chuangyi Haosi Cultural and Creative Park next to the boulevard, where a wide range of intangible cultural products and cultural and creative products were attracting many residents and visitors.
Cultural and creative products at Chongqing Art Fair attracting parents and children in Huangjueping, Jiulongpo (Photographed by Zhou Bangjing)
The Chongqing Art Fair was known to have 70 booths. The street-facing booths mainly focused on a variety of authentic Chongqing food. The theme of art was reflected in the booths at Cultural and Creative Park, where the public could not only experience the charm of intangible cultural heritages such as tie-dye, embroidery, sugar painting and dough modeling, but also purchase various cultural and creative products.
Chongqing Art Fair will not close after the holidays. It will be open every weekend from October 16 (18:00 to 22:00 on Friday, 10:00 to 22:00 at weekends) to the end of the year. You can navigate to “Big Fleet Craft – Chuangyi Haosi” to the fair. (Translated by Wang Huixin, Fathom Language Limited)