[Explanation] From June 10th to 12th, the 2021 "Cultural and Natural Heritage Day" Gansu Provincial Intangible Heritage Publicity and Exhibition series held by the Gansu Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism will be held in Lanzhou Old Street Feitian Square, including "Ruyi Gansu·Colorful Intangible Cultural Heritage" outstanding intangible cultural heritage project exhibition, online and offline "Intangible Cultural Heritage Shopping Festival" and other sub-events.

Maqu dragon head piano playing and singing, Mongolian Humai, Kongtong martial arts...These non-heritage performances not only attracted urban people such as office workers, but also attracted many foreign friends.

  Yousef is a video blogger with 80,000 fans. He introduced to reporters that he is from an Arab country and has been to many places in Gansu. He likes all kinds of intangible cultural heritage and intangible cultural heritage and has posted many short videos. To showcase Chinese culture often arouses heated discussions and questions from overseas netizens, and he will also find ways to work hard to answer everyone's questions.

  [Concurrent] Video blogger Yousef

  I take a picture of Chinese culture. For example, in my country, Arab places. Many people don’t know what China is like. So I took a video (telling) Chinese culture and eating. There are many cultures that are different from ours. The same, so I want them to know how China is and it is a very beautiful place, so I want them to have the opportunity to come to China in the future.

There are a lot of people watching the video and they are asking a lot of questions. For example, they want to come to China, but they don’t know how to come to China, how to sign up.

I have been to many places, such as Jiangsu, Zhangye, and Dunhuang. I have experienced many things.

  [Commentary] 30-year-old Lei Oukun is from Rwanda. He has been in Gansu for 7 years. He loves photography and often photographs the customs of Gansu and shares it with his country through overseas social platforms. The intangible heritage of Gansu is One of the key contents of his filming, he thinks is very worthy of record, and has already filmed the World Cultural Heritage Jiayuguan Great Wall.

  [Concurrent] Internet blogger Lei Oukun

  I like to shoot some videos for people in our country to see what kind of country, culture and life is like in China. For example, what kind of food do Chinese people like to eat?

Where can I go to play in China?

For example, the Great Wall, I made some videos about Jiayuguan.

  [Explanation] Many cities on the "Intangible Cultural Heritage Shopping Festival" have exhibited their own intangible cultural heritage exhibits. Zhang Ping, the non-genetic inheritor from Tianshui, said that Tianshui brought Gugua, Wushan jade carvings, Tianshui carved lacquer and Qin Intangible cultural heritage products such as self-brewed liquor in the prefecture are involved in all aspects of life, making urban people realize that intangible cultural heritage is not far away from them.

  [Concurrent] Zhang Ping, the non-genetic inheritor of Tianshui carving

  Office workers and young people feel that intangible cultural heritage is always far away from themselves. Through such a platform, everyone realizes that intangible cultural heritage is originally closely connected with their own lives. It involves all aspects of life. It is also hoped that through this platform, everyone can be more Learn more about intangible cultural heritage, it turns out that intangible cultural heritage is all around us.

  [Explanation] It is reported that Gansu is a province with large intangible cultural heritage resources. There are 3 world-class intangible cultural heritages, including Huaer, Huanxian Daoqing shadow puppetry, and 83 national intangible cultural heritages, such as Qin Opera, Long Opera, and Gaoshan Opera. There are 493 provincial-level intangible cultural heritage items including Qinluokeke.

  Reporter Li Yalong Yan Jiao reports from Lanzhou, Gansu

Editor in charge: [Wang Kai]