Craftsmen & intangible cultural heritages in Jiangsu

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An inheritor of Nanjing intangible cultural heritage.[Detail]
She quit the lawyer career to realize her dream of art.[Detail]
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As CCTV’s documentary “Masters in the Forbidden City” won a successful hit on screen last year, the “craftsman spirit” was revived and became a buzzword. In Nanjing, there are a group of elderlies who are fully deserved the title of "Masters” for applying all life passion and energy on one thing – crafting folding fans.[Detail]
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A sailor makes models of wooden boats [Detail]
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Jiangsu's provincial inheritor of Wu songs[Detail]
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A young man shaking up the traditional embroidery industry. [Detail]
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Wang Jian has spent 36 years promoting Suzhou fan culture.[Detail]
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