The Press Center of the 3rd Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation set up an on-site interactive experience for intangible heritage inheritors, displaying traditional Chinese crafts such as cloisonné, woodblock watermark, color plastic Peking Opera faces, and Beijing-style cheongsam, where everyone can participate in the experience and fully feel the charm of traditional Chinese culture.

The intangible cultural heritage will be moved into the conference center, where six inheritors will show everyone exquisite traditional Chinese craftsmanship.

Zhong Liansheng, representative inheritor of the national intangible cultural heritage cloisonné production skills: Although cloisonne is an imported product, it was introduced to China along the Silk Road, and in the more than 600 years since its development, China has carried it forward. We also brought to Chinese and foreign journalists the core link of cloisonné production, filigree is the technician according to the design of the drawings, these drawings are pinched out with copper wire, glued to the copper tire. Then it is colored, filled with mineral glaze into the cracks of the pinched silk. This takes a long time to practice, a technician chooses one thing for life, only does one process, and doing cloisonné requires everyone's collective cooperation.

Next to the cloisonné booth is the color plastic Peking Opera face booth, what does the word "spectrum" mean in Peking Opera face? Is there a basis to follow, and you can't scribble?

Lin Hongkui, inheritor of the painted Peking Opera face mask of the Beijing municipal intangible cultural heritage protection project: The painted Peking Opera face masks are all based on the faces painted by famous artists when they perform on stage, and we record them and pass them down from generation to generation.

Among all the booths, there was one that was the most popular with women, this one had three very beautiful cheongsams, what were their different styles and which factions did they belong to?

Zhang Fenglan, inheritor of the traditional production skills of Beijing-style cheongsam: In the fabric, the Beijing school cheongsam will use brocade, which is thicker and warmer; The fabric used in Haipai cheongsam is relatively soft and thin. The Jing school cheongsam will use wide edges, and the Shanghai school likes to have more narrow sides.

Zhang Fenglan, inheritor of the traditional making skills of Beijing-style cheongsam: The ginkgo brooch made with the technique of disc buckle, ginkgo biloba is the leaf of this season, and it is very suitable to wear.

(CCTV reporter He Li, Yao Wenli, Qian Kun)