A national exhibition portraying China's achievements in protecting its intangible cultural heritage was unveiled at the National Agricultural Exhibition Center in Beijing on Feb. 5. It was jointly organized by Ministry of Culture, the National Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Science and Technology and other 9 ministerial joint meeting on intangible culture heritage protection.
The exhibition highlights the first group of 41 national ICH protection and demonstration bases, with participation of 188 intangible cultural heritage items. Some 170 masters of intangible cultural heritage from all across China are invited to the exhibition to showcase their skills.
(China IP News)2013-07-17