More than 200 people attended the opening ceremony of the five-day course, including women cadres, outstanding women entrepreneurs and Li ethnic group traditional textile and embroidery artists. Each of the course participants will receive a set of brocade weaving tools.
The course will provide systematic training on Li ethnic handicrafts, including weaving, spinning, dyeing and embroidering. The aim is to promote the preservation of Li traditional culture as well as encourage women to promote social development.
Li traditional textile and embroidery handicrafts are an important part of Chinese intangible cultural heritage.
The Wuzhishan Women’s Federation and the Wuzhishan Municipal Cultural Center jointly launched a series of training courses to teach Li ethnic group traditional textile and embroidery handicrafts skills in Wuzhishan City in south China’s Hainan Province.
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