China News Service, Shantou, June 13th, title: Intangible Cultural Heritage Experience Hall becomes Shantou's new "net celebrity" check-in site

  China News Agency reporter Li Yiqing

  The first intangible cultural heritage experience hall in Shantou, located in the opening area of ​​Xiao Park, Shantou City, the hometown of overseas Chinese, has become a new "net celebrity" check-in place during the Dragon Boat Festival holiday in Shantou, attracting many visitors.

  The reporter visited on the 13th and found that the experience hall has set up 14 Chaoshan intangible cultural heritage project exhibition areas, including Chaozhou gold lacquered wood carving, seal engraving skills, bottle painting, and Chaoshan embroidery. An experience area is set next to the exhibition area. Citizens can experience Chaoshan’s on-site experience. Intangible cultural heritage.

  In the experience hall, there are both fine and vivid giant paper-cut wall hangings that incorporate the beauty of the Chaoshan land into the paper-cutting, as well as small Chaoshan paper-cut pendants that incorporate the elements of Gongfu tea.

There are exquisite and small Chaozhou opera helmets and cultural and creative products, as well as Shantou's seal engraving skills, which have a history of more than 120 years, for citizens to experience.

  The third floor of the experience hall is to display and experience the national "intangible cultural heritage" Chaoshan Gongfu tea, which is known as the "living fossil" of ancient Chinese tea culture.

According to reports, Chaoshan Gongfu tea was popular in the Song Dynasty and has a history of thousands of years.

In the exquisite and elegant tea space, the tea artist has a pair of masterful hands, not rushing, showing people the hot pot with boiling water, frothing on the lid, chasing heat on the lid, patrolling the city by Guan Gong, and ordering soldiers from Han Xin to form Chaoshan Gongfu tea. Brewing skills.

The whole performance was completed in one go, reflecting the splendor of the traditional and ancient Chaoshan tea culture in a sense of ceremony.

  During the bursts of tea fragrance, Huang Guixiang, an experiencer from Hebei, told reporters: "Gongfu tea is very different from the northern brewing method. Each process has its own explanation, which is quite difficult, but it makes it difficult. People know more about the development of our traditional tea art."

  Tide embroidery began in the Tang Dynasty and formed its style in the Ming and Qing Dynasties.

Because of its exquisite and meticulous embroidery technique, balanced and full composition, and embossed embossing method, it is unique from other embroidery types and is well-known at home and abroad.

However, with the development of the times, there are very few people who adhere to the art of bead embroidery. Hong Yu, the non-genetic inheritor of bead embroidery, has quietly adhered to this art for more than 40 years.

  On the second floor of the Intangible Heritage Experience Hall, Hong Yujing is leading citizens and tourists to experience the charm of Chao embroidery skills.

  Hong Yujing introduced to reporters: "There are more than 200 stitches in tide embroidery, and more than 20 stitch methods in bead embroidery. Although it takes a period of precipitation to learn, we hope that more citizens will come here to learn about and experience tidal embroidery. The charm and skill of embroidery."

  The opening area of ​​Shantou Small Park is the only well-preserved opening area among the 34 opening cities in Mainland China.

During the Dragon Boat Festival, the experience hall is very popular.

The Intangible Heritage Experience Hall created the first immersive urban intangible cultural experience space in Chaoshan area through the display of outstanding works and the experience activities of intangible cultural heritage by citizens and tourists, and also allowed citizens, tourists and friends to experience Shantou intangible cultural heritage projects more intuitively. Cultural dissemination and inheritance opened up a whole new way.

  According to Wang Jianbing, the curator of Shantou Cultural Center, the most obvious difference between the intangible cultural heritage museum and the intangible cultural heritage exhibition museum is that citizens can experience the skills in person. The experience museum integrates visits, experiences, sales, tea and delicacies.

He hopes that by setting up an intangible cultural heritage experience center in the opening area of ​​Shantou Small Park, it will further assist the integration of cultural and tourism and the conservation and activation of the opening area of ​​the small park, so that more citizens and tourists from home and abroad can appreciate the unique charm of Shantou's intangible cultural heritage.