Baoting opens its intangible cultural heritage museum
Li brocade techniques
Traditional musical instruments
Baoting’s intangible cultural heritage museum formally opened to the public on the morning of April 15.
With a total investment of 620,000 yuan, the museum has an area of 380 square meters, and displays items of national and provincial intangible cultural heritage which have been in the collection process of the Baoting government since 2006.
The museum is divided into seven exhibition areas, displaying 209 objects in 85 types, more than 8,500 captions, 72 colorful pictures and some demonstrative videos.
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