Shenzhen cultural fair displaying Chinese ancient crafts
( Post Time:May 24,2012 )
The 8th Shenzhen cultural fair with Chinese ancient crafts displaying had been attracted about 15,000 visitors and businessmen.
It's proving to be the most popular spot at the 8th China International Cultural Industries Fair.
The Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall contains a wide variety of traditional Chinese handicrafts, medicines and fine arts. Folk masters are also on hand to show their skills.
Porcelain making and painting are prevalent. Some porcelain makers have combined traditional skills with modern design, to enhance the salability of their products.
Liu Xiaoyu, porcelain maker, said, "Our sales volumes are very large. We sometimes sell over a million pieces per year. This old art can survive and develop only when it meets market demand."
These seemingly cheap paper cuts have been transformed into furniture designs.
The manufacturer says the fair has broadened the company's outlook and provided new inspiration.
He Hong, chairman of Shenzhen Hehe Culture & Art, said, "In the past, paper cut gifts only comprised a few percent of our sales. But the new designs have pushed the sales share to more than 30 percent."
Thousands of contracts have been signed at the fair. For many, the event presents a unique opportunity to keep their traditions vibrant and alive.
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