Stories of the Grand Canal hidden in a paper-cutting work in Yangzhou

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2022-07-02 17:08:00

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A 100-meter paper-cutting work depicting the scenery along the Grand Canal is now on display at the China Grand Canal Museum in Yangzhou, East China's Jiangsu province. Using the Jintan paper-cutting technique, an intangible cultural heritage item, the work represents the epitome of canal culture and is more than worth a visit. [Photo/IC]


A 100-meter paper-cutting work depicting the scenery along the Grand Canal is now on display at the China Grand Canal Museum in Yangzhou, East China's Jiangsu province. Using the Jintan paper-cutting technique, an intangible cultural heritage item, the work represents the epitome of canal culture and is more than worth a visit. [Photo/IC]


A 100-meter paper-cutting work depicting the scenery along the Grand Canal is now on display at the China Grand Canal Museum in Yangzhou, East China's Jiangsu province. Using the Jintan paper-cutting technique, an intangible cultural heritage item, the work represents the epitome of canal culture and is more than worth a visit. [Photo/IC]


A 100-meter paper-cutting work depicting the scenery along the Grand Canal is now on display at the China Grand Canal Museum in Yangzhou, East China's Jiangsu province. Using the Jintan paper-cutting technique, an intangible cultural heritage item, the work represents the epitome of canal culture and is more than worth a visit. [Photo/IC]


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