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Tai Chi, Wangchuan ceremony listed as UNESCO intangible cultural heritage(1/5)

2020-12-18 12:23:30 Ecns.cn Editor :Mo Hong'e
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A photo taken on Dec. 5, 2020 shows the traditional folk Wangchuan ceremony being held in the She community in Xiamen, Southeast China's Fujian Province. (Photo: China News Service/Lu Ming)

Two projects, Chinese martial art Tai Chi and the China-Malaysia joint nomination "Wangchuan ceremony and related practices for maintaining the sustainable connection between man and the ocean” were included on UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list on Thursday.

A ceremony is held in Chenjiagou, Wen County, Henan Province on Dec. 17, 2020 to celebrate Chinese martial art Tai Chi listed as the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage. (Photo: China News Service/Li Mingming)

Two projects, Chinese martial art Tai Chi and the China-Malaysia joint nomination "Wangchuan ceremony and related practices for maintaining the sustainable connection between man and the ocean” were included on UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list on Thursday.

A photo taken on Dec. 5, 2020 shows the traditional folk Wangchuan ceremony being held in the She community in Xiamen, Southeast China's Fujian Province. (Photo: China News Service/Lu Ming)

Two projects, Chinese martial art Tai Chi and the China-Malaysia joint nomination "Wangchuan ceremony and related practices for maintaining the sustainable connection between man and the ocean” were included on UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list on Thursday.

A ceremony is held in Chenjiagou, Wen County, Henan Province on Dec. 17, 2020 to celebrate Chinese martial art Tai Chi listed as the UNESCO intangible cultural heritage. (Photo: China News Service/Li Mingming)

Two projects, Chinese martial art Tai Chi and the China-Malaysia joint nomination "Wangchuan ceremony and related practices for maintaining the sustainable connection between man and the ocean” were included on UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list on Thursday.

A photo taken on Dec. 5, 2020 shows the traditional folk Wangchuan ceremony being held in the She community in Xiamen, Southeast China's Fujian Province. (Photo: China News Service/Lu Ming) Two projects, Chinese martial art Tai Chi and the China-Malaysia joint nomination "Wangchuan ceremony and related practices for maintaining the sustainable connection between man and the ocean” were included on UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage list on Thursday.

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