China News Service, Xining, March 9 (Reporter Sun Rui) Qinghai Huangzhong "Eight-petal Lotus" handicraft public welfare exhibition was held in Qixia, Nanjing, Jiangsu on the 8th, showing the charm of Qinghai's intangible cultural heritage to the local people.

  "Eight-petaled lotus" is the business card of Qinghai Huangzhong intangible cultural heritage.

Huangzhong District is a cultural area in Qinghai Province and one of the birthplaces of Hehuang Culture.

There are 42 national, provincial and municipal intangible cultural heritage projects in the area.

Among them, eight traditional folk handicrafts, such as pile embroidery, silk inlay, and carving, are the main body. They are dubbed the "eight-petal lotus" and have become an important representative of Huangzhong and even Qinghai's intangible cultural heritage.

Figure 5 Nanjing citizens viewing intangible cultural heritage handicrafts in Huangzhong District.

Photo courtesy of Huang Middle East and Western Cooperation Office

  It is understood that in order to better implement the central, provincial and municipal strategic deployment of the east-west cooperation and common development, in October last year, Nanjing Qixia District Charity Federation, Nanjing Photographers Association, Qixia District Tongzhou Painting and Calligraphy and Photography Association organized and launched the Eight-petaled lotus flower - Qinghai Huangzhong Public Welfare Photography Tour" event, photographers from Nanjing recorded the exquisite skills and vivid images of non-genetic people from a unique perspective, and held a film exhibition at the Forest Gallery of Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum Scenic Spot, allowing domestic and overseas Tourists and local people can feel the unique charm of Qinghai intangible cultural heritage up close.

  According to Chen Nan, deputy head of Huangzhong District, Huangzhong District is located in the eastern part of Qinghai. It is one of the core areas of Hehuang culture, the birthplace of Cayo culture, and a rich mining area of ​​intangible cultural heritage in Qinghai Province.

There are 6 national-level, 16 provincial-level, 12 municipal-level and 103 county-level intangible cultural heritage projects including Ta'er Temple butter flower, pile embroidery, and Qianhuying Gaotai.

This "eight-petal lotus handicraft public welfare exhibition" will display Huangzhong silver bronze ware, Jiaya Tibetan blanket, pile embroidery, Chenjiatan woodcarving, Tsongkha Thangka and other intangible cultural heritage items and the unique Hehuang cultural characteristics. The intangible cultural heritage products of the museum, and the intangible cultural heritage items displayed by the inheritors on the spot, let the citizens of Nanjing experience the characteristics and value of Hehuang culture on the spot.

Figure 5 Nanjing citizens feel the charm of Qinghai's intangible cultural heritage.

Photo courtesy of Huang Middle East and Western Cooperation Office

  "Through this event, Huangzhong's long-standing intangible cultural heritage has successfully walked out of the 'deep boudoir' and came to Nanjing, the ancient capital of six dynasties, to show the world the unique charm of Hehuang culture. This is not only a cultural exchange between the east and the west, but also a It is a vivid portrayal of Nanjing-Xining's 'Ning-Ning cooperation'," said Liu Bo, deputy secretary-general of Xining Municipal Government and head of the Nanjing Municipal Working Group for counterpart assistance to Xining.

  Liu Bo said that Xining is located at the "source of the Yangtze River", and Nanjing is located in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River. For more than 5 years, Nanjing's counterpart has helped Xining, and the promotion mechanism has been continuously improved, the coverage area has been continuously expanded, the assistance funds have exceeded 600 million yuan, and collaborative projects have been implemented. Nearly 100, all 63,600 impoverished people in Xining have been lifted out of poverty, all 330 impoverished villages have been withdrawn, and all 3 impoverished counties have been "removed".

Figure 5 Nanjing citizens watch the production of Qinghai intangible cultural heritage handicrafts.

Photo courtesy of Huang Middle East and Western Cooperation Office

  According to a reporter from, during this public welfare exhibition, the sales revenue of all exhibits will be remitted to the Qixia District Charity Federation account through an exclusive QR code, and will be used to support the development of the non-heritage industry and public welfare undertakings in the later stage.

Sales of nearly 200,000 yuan on the day of the launch.

  At the same time, at the event site, a cultural and creative company in Nanjing also carried out on-site design and release, tailor-made for Huangzhong a series of cultural and creative products that reflect intangible cultural heritage skills, highlight local characteristics, and meet market demand, so that these ancient traditional skills can be Combine with modern life, modern creativity, and modern design to create sparks.