Highlights From the Women’s Handicrafts Expo

October 27, 2015  By Zhang Ping  Editor: Jane


 

'The Tibetan Mastiff and the Tiger,' a piece of double-sided embroidery by Jiang Zaihong won a gold medal at the exhibition. [Women of China/ Zhang Ping]

Ou Ruifan wears traditional Dong minority clothing to introduce local brocade handicrafts. [Women of China/ Zhang Ping]

Liuhe pillows, made by women from Baotou in north China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, displayed at the exhibition. [Women of China/ Zhang Ping]

A display by Wu Zhengxian, showing her handcrafted children’s bonnets, made it one of the most popular at the event. [Women of China/ Zhang Ping]

The Dong brocade handbags by Shi Luwei, a woman from south China’s Guanxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, earned her a silver medal at the exhibition. [Women of China/ Zhang Ping]

Tao Dandan, from the Manchu minority, spent over a decade studying birch bark handicraft, and this year her bark painting 'The High Peaks of Xing'an Mountain' won a silver medal at the event. [Women of China/ Zhang Ping]

The event drew business people from all over the nation. [Women of China/ Zhang Ping]

This exhibition covered more space and featured more artists than any in its history. [Women of China/ Zhang Ping]

(Women of China/Zhang Ping)

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