The rich heritage of intangible cultural assets in Northeast China's Jilin province will take center stage during a series of events and exhibitions that aim to showcase the province's diverse array of cultural and artistic traditions.
Yanbian, Jilin province — the only autonomous prefecture of China's Korean ethnic group — has witnessed a rapid increase of tourists attracted by its unique ethnic cultural experiences since the beginning of this year.
Xincheng opera is a relatively young form of opera from the the ethnic Manchu people. It was developed based on their traditional folk musical form Bajiaogu – using a small octagonal drum – from the region of Fuyu city in Jilin province.
Click to enjoy the Farmers' Dance of Korean ethnic group in Jilin province, which was inscribed in 2009 on UNESCO's Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Gourd painting from Dongliao county, in Northeast China's Jilin province, stole the limelight at the Jilin Theme Day on Feb 9, held at the media center serving the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics in the nation's capital.
Chagan Lake in Northeast China's Jilin province is famous for its traditional fishing and hunting culture. This unique culture has given rise to an exceptional form of intangible cultural heritage known as fish skin art.
Changbai Mountain is the birth place of Manchu people and various Manchu customs have been inherited here even up to the present day; one of them, Manchu paper-cutting, is listed among the World Intangible Cultural Heritages.
Ulger music originated from the anthems of ancient Shamanism and was later used in various aspects of Mongolian people's lives such as epic singing, wish songs, folk music and ritual music.