On September 22, Yuncheng, Shanxi.

A piece of paper, in the hands of Duan Pengzhe, the inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage project "Xinjiang Paper-cut" in Shanxi Province, can be turned into a paper-cut painting in less than five minutes.

  The new crimson paper-cut is mainly monochrome, rough but not ugly, clumsy but not clumsy, beautiful in shape, and rich in content.

Duan Pengzhe has created a lot of works in the thirty years that accompanied the paper-cutting.

  As the Chinese Farmers Harvest Festival is approaching, Duan Pengzhe created a paper-cut of the Chinese zodiac with the theme of "Happy Harvest".

At the local intangible cultural heritage exhibition of the harvest celebration series, her paper-cut works will be exhibited. She will tell more people the "farmers' stories" through paper-cutting.

  (Zhang Licheng upwards)

Editor in charge: [Li Yuxin]