China News Agency, Guangzhou, August 9th: Youth Yangcheng in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area to experience Cantonese intangible cultural heritage

  China News Agency reporter Wang Jian

  "The charm of these intangible cultural heritage is irreplaceable. I experienced Guangzhou paper-cutting with everyone. It is very interesting to cut out various patterns by folding small red paper." Macau youth Guo Shiyao from Jinan University She told reporters on the 9th that she had experienced a number of Cantonese intangible cultural heritage projects in the Bay Area youth traditional cultural exchange activities.

  Painting Guangcai, cutting fragrant yarn, cutting red paper, carving olive carvings... Various forms of Cantonese intangible cultural heritage cultural experience projects are currently "appearing" in the Bay Area youth traditional cultural exchange activities held at the Guangzhou Youth Culture Palace, attracting people from Young people from Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao compete to experience the charm of Cantonese intangible cultural heritage.

  The event is sponsored by the Guangzhou Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Youth Home and the Guangzhou Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Youth Exchange Activity Base Headquarters in conjunction with relevant units, aiming to help the cultural integration and inheritance of the Bay Area.

According to reports, from August to December, ten intangible cultural heritage lecture salons will be held, four intangible cultural and creative exhibitions will be held, including olive carvings, Hanfu, paper-cutting, and Guangcai, and dozens of intangible cultural heritage experience booths will be launched. All are free to the public.

  "Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Macau are separated by a strip of water and have similar cultures. Young people in the Bay Area have a natural intimacy and a sense of identity with Cantonese intangible cultural heritage. It is hoped that through the Cantonese intangible cultural heritage such as olive sculptures, the hearts of young people in the Bay Area will come closer to each other. At the event, Zeng Xianpeng, the intangible inheritor of the Guangzhou olive eagle, shared his story on the inheritance of the olive eagle culture to the youth of the Bay Area.

  At the cultural and creative experience booth, young people from Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao experienced hand-carved cake printing, palace lantern making, and bronze-making demonstrations up close.

Guo Shiyao said that she would share this experience with her Macau friends, hoping that they can also experience the charm of intangible cultural heritage together.

  "I came into contact with many intangible cultural heritage techniques this time, which further deepened my understanding of Lingnan culture and traditional Chinese culture." Liang Mingshan, a young Hong Kong youth from Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, also felt the same as Guo Shiyao.

  In addition to the intangible cultural heritage lectures and cultural and creative experience booths, there are also intangible cultural heritage cultural and creative exhibitions.

The exhibition brings together the excellent works of Cantonese intangible heritage inheritors, as well as the creative handicrafts that integrate intangible cultural heritage techniques into contemporary art. It not only has strong Cantonese characteristics and traditional charm, but also integrates into the culture of the Bay Area, showing that the intangible cultural heritage culture is in New era of thinking and innovation.

  The reporter learned from the exhibition site that the first phase of the exhibition exhibited more than 50 pieces of "Guangzhou Lam Sculpture", including works created by Zeng's Lam Sculpture team and cultural and creative products of cross-border cooperation, including "Jin Yu Man Tang" and "Chinese Music Rhyme". "Wait.

  According to the relevant person in charge of the Guangzhou Youth Culture Palace, the exhibition has four phases, gathering more than 20 exhibitors and exhibiting more than 200 exquisite works. The strength highlights the charm of Guangzhou's cross-border integration of intangible cultural heritage.

  In addition, in order to allow the youth of the Bay Area to experience and learn the intangible cultural heritage more intuitively, the Guangzhou Youth Culture Palace will also invite more than ten intangible inheritors, including Lian Xiaohong and Xu Junru, to have a dialogue with the youth of the Bay Area on the intangible cultural heritage and give lectures on the intangible cultural heritage. The cultural heritage course systematically introduces Cantonese intangible cultural heritage knowledge such as paper-cutting, the historical origin of Guangcai, the selection of materials, and characteristic techniques.

  The relevant person in charge of the Guangzhou Youth Culture Palace said that the event focuses on the creation of intangible cultural heritage and youth learning, and guides the youth of the Bay Area to participate in intangible cultural heritage through projects such as Guangfu intangible cultural heritage craftsmanship experience, cultural and creative exhibitions, and intangible cultural heritage lectures. Protect, jointly trace the cultural origin and historical bond, and enhance cultural memory.