Hair Embroidery Works Displayed in Nanchang, E China's Jiangxi

April 14, 2018  Editor: Wu Shanshan
Hair Embroidery Works Displayed in Nanchang, E China's Jiangxi
Craftswoman Tao Yonghong introduces the process of making hair embroidery in Nanchang, capital of east China's Jiangxi Province, April 13, 2018. The hair embroidery, which has more than 500 years of history, is listed as a provincial intangible cultural heritage. As its name suggests, hair embroidery uses human hair as threads. As Chinese people generally have black hair, it is also called "Moxiu" (black embroidery). [Xinhua/Song Zhenping]
Hair Embroidery Works Displayed in Nanchang, E China's Jiangxi
Craftswoman Tao Yonghong (R) teaches students making hair embroidery in Nanchang, capital of east China's Jiangxi Province, April 13, 2018. The hair embroidery, which has more than 500 years of history, is listed as a provincial intangible cultural heritage. As its name suggests, hair embroidery uses human hair as threads. As Chinese people generally have black hair, it is also called "Moxiu" (black embroidery). [Xinhua/Song Zhenping]
Hair Embroidery Works Displayed in Nanchang, E China's Jiangxi
Photo taken on April 13, 2018 shows details of a piece of hair embroidery in Nanchang, capital of east China's Jiangxi Province. The hair embroidery, which has more than 500 years of history, is listed as a provincial intangible cultural heritage. As its name suggests, hair embroidery uses human hair as threads. As Chinese people generally have black hair, it is also called "Moxiu" (black embroidery). [Xinhua/Song Zhenping]
Hair Embroidery Works Displayed in Nanchang, E China's Jiangxi
Photo taken on April 13, 2018 shows details of a piece of hair embroidery in Nanchang, capital of east China's Jiangxi Province. The hair embroidery, which has more than 500 years of history, is listed as a provincial intangible cultural heritage. As its name suggests, hair embroidery uses human hair as threads. As Chinese people generally have black hair, it is also called "Moxiu" (black embroidery). [Xinhua/Song Zhenping]
Hair Embroidery Works Displayed in Nanchang, E China's Jiangxi
Craftswoman Tao Yonghong displays her 10-meter-long hair embroidery works in Nanchang, capital of east China's Jiangxi Province, April 13, 2018. The hair embroidery, which has more than 500 years of history, is listed as a provincial intangible cultural heritage. As its name suggests, hair embroidery uses human hair as threads. As Chinese people generally have black hair, it is also called "Moxiu" (black embroidery). [Xinhua/Song Zhenping]

 

(Source: Xinhua)

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