The 2nd Xiaoshan District ICH Cultural& Creative Products Competition drew to a close the other day. 117 products bearing historic memory, cultural gene, industrial code and folk customs were highlighted at the competition.
Incense with traditional techniques for producing coiled incense and incense burners
Keep it Up - Xiaoxiao plant series indigo dyeing
Incense holder in shape of Kuahu Bridge with techniques of imperial kiln of the Southern Song Dynasty
Xiaoshan District of Hangzhou is one of the cradles of ceramics, embroidery, tea processing technique and other traditional cultures. The craftsmen combined traditional techniques with modern cultural elements and injected new vitality into traditional culture to create cultural and creative products that are catered to the market demands while preserving the essence of the intangible cultural heritages. In this way, they make traditional crafts enter ordinary households and enable imperceptible inheritance of the cultural heritages.