Pic Story of Representative Inheritor of Rice-paper Plant Artwork Making Technique

 December 10, 2018
Zuo Huiping, the representative inheritor of rice-paper plant artwork making technique, processes an artwork in Zunyi, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Dec. 8, 2018. Rice-paper plant (tetrapanax papyrifer) is an evergreen shrub used in traditional Chinese medicine. Rice-paper plant artwork making technique was listed as one of the second batch of provincial intangible cultural heritages in Guizhou. [Xinhua/Luo Xinghan]
Zuo Huiping, the representative inheritor of rice-paper plant artwork making technique, compares an artwork with its sketch in Zunyi, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Dec. 8, 2018. Rice-paper plant (tetrapanax papyrifer) is an evergreen shrub used in traditional Chinese medicine. Rice-paper plant artwork making technique was listed as one of the second batch of provincial intangible cultural heritages in Guizhou. [Xinhua/Luo Xinghan]
Zuo Huiping, the representative inheritor of rice-paper plant artwork making technique, draws the sketch for an artwork in Zunyi, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Dec. 8, 2018. Rice-paper plant (tetrapanax papyrifer) is an evergreen shrub used in traditional Chinese medicine. Rice-paper plant artwork making technique was listed as one of the second batch of provincial intangible cultural heritages in Guizhou. [Xinhua/Luo Xinghan]
Zuo Huiping, the representative inheritor of rice-paper plant artwork making technique, processes an artwork in Zunyi, southwest China's Guizhou Province, Nov. 10, 2018. Rice-paper plant (tetrapanax papyrifer) is an evergreen shrub used in traditional Chinese medicine. Rice-paper plant artwork making technique was listed as one of the second batch of provincial intangible cultural heritages in Guizhou. [Xinhua/Luo Xinghan]

 

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