E-mail lunthesis@163.com Phone 0551-65179860-203

Jingxian makes innovations in handmade Xuan paper

Pub Date:20-11-10 09:48 Source:www.cnanhui.org

A worker makes Xuan paper at a workshop in Jingxian County, Xuancheng City of East China's Anhui Province, November 9, 2020. Xuan paper, a type of handmade paper, was originally produced during Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Jingxian County. The procedure of making Xuan paper was listed in the national intangible cultural heritages in 2006. The county is making innovations such as using high technology in part of the procedure, selling it online and building a tourist attraction featuring Xuan paper. (Photo by Zhang Yipu)

A worker makes Xuan paper at a workshop in Jingxian County, Xuancheng City of East China's Anhui Province, November 9, 2020. Xuan paper, a type of handmade paper, was originally produced during Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Jingxian County. The procedure of making Xuan paper was listed in the national intangible cultural heritages in 2006. The county is making innovations such as using high technology in part of the procedure, selling it online and building a tourist attraction featuring Xuan paper. (Photo by Zhang Yipu)

A worker makes Xuan paper at a workshop in Jingxian County, Xuancheng City of East China's Anhui Province, November 9, 2020. Xuan paper, a type of handmade paper, was originally produced during Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Jingxian County. The procedure of making Xuan paper was listed in the national intangible cultural heritages in 2006. The county is making innovations such as using high technology in part of the procedure, selling it online and building a tourist attraction featuring Xuan paper. (Photo by Zhang Yipu)

A worker makes Xuan paper at a workshop in Jingxian County, Xuancheng City of East China's Anhui Province, November 9, 2020. Xuan paper, a type of handmade paper, was originally produced during Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Jingxian County. The procedure of making Xuan paper was listed in the national intangible cultural heritages in 2006. The county is making innovations such as using high technology in part of the procedure, selling it online and building a tourist attraction featuring Xuan paper. (Photo by Zhang Yipu)

A worker makes Xuan paper at a workshop in Jingxian County, Xuancheng City of East China's Anhui Province, November 9, 2020. Xuan paper, a type of handmade paper, was originally produced during Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Jingxian County. The procedure of making Xuan paper was listed in the national intangible cultural heritages in 2006. The county is making innovations such as using high technology in part of the procedure, selling it online and building a tourist attraction featuring Xuan paper. (Photo by Zhang Yipu)

Photo taken on November 9, 2020 in Jingxian County, Xuancheng City of East China's Anhui Province shows the world’s largest Xuan paper, which measures 13.2 meters in length and 3.6 meters in width. Xuan paper, a type of handmade paper, was originally produced during Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Jingxian County. The procedure of making Xuan paper was listed in the national intangible cultural heritages in 2006. The county is making innovations such as using high technology in part of the procedure, selling it online and building a tourist attraction featuring Xuan paper. (Photo by Zhang Yipu)

Photo taken on November 9, 2020 in Jingxian County, Xuancheng City of East China's Anhui Province shows the raw materials of Xuan paper. Xuan paper, a type of handmade paper, was originally produced during Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Jingxian County. The procedure of making Xuan paper was listed in the national intangible cultural heritages in 2006. The county is making innovations such as using high technology in part of the procedure, selling it online and building a tourist attraction featuring Xuan paper. (Photo by Zhang Yipu)

Workers package Xuan paper for online sales at a workshop in Jingxian County, Xuancheng City of East China's Anhui Province, November 9, 2020. Xuan paper, a type of handmade paper, was originally produced during Tang Dynasty (618-907) in Jingxian County. The procedure of making Xuan paper was listed in the national intangible cultural heritages in 2006. The county is making innovations such as using high technology in part of the procedure, selling it online and building a tourist attraction featuring Xuan paper. (Photo by Zhang Yipu)


Editor:Rita

Related News
Remains of 4,000-year-old city unearthed i...
iCiE gets underway in Shanghai
China unveils 50 bln yuan cultural investm...
79 Anhui-based firms attend online ICIF
 
Contact Us
Copyright ©2000-2016 anhuinews.com All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.