Lixia show highlights intangible cultural heritage costumes
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A show featuring intangible cultural heritage costumes kicked off in Lixia district, Jinan on Aug 24, offering the audience a visual feast of traditional Chinese clothing culture.
The show which will last until Aug 29 is designed to promote the integration of intangible cultural heritages and traditional Chinese clothing, and showcase the charms of traditional Chinese culture.
As a sub-venue of the seventh China Intangible Cultural Heritage Expo, Lixia district is set to host three fashion shows featuring traditional Chinese clothing and two modeling contests in five days.
During the event, a series of cultural activities are also being held via both online and offline channels, offering a wide range of intangible cultural heritage delicacies and handicrafts. A total of 100 sets of hanfu, a type of traditional Chinese clothing, are also provided for visitors to try on and take photos.
A show featuring
intangible cultural heritage clothing kicks off in Lixia district, Jinan on Aug
24. [Photo/WeChat account: lixiatoutiao]
Models showcase intangible cultural heritage clothing. [Photo/WeChat account: lixiatoutiao]
Models wear intangible cultural heritage clothing on stage on Aug 26. [Photo/WeChat account: lixiatoutiao]
Performers in traditional Chinese clothing during the show. The show is designed to showcase the charms of traditional Chinese clothing. [Photo/WeChat account: lixiatoutiao]