The picture shows people stopping to watch Jia Yinfeng’s live broadcast to introduce the noodle making skills.Photo by Zhang Wei
June 11 is the “Cultural and Natural Heritage Day”, and the “cloud classrooms” of intangible cultural heritage in various parts of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region have started one after another.
On the 11th, the main event of the 2022 “Cultural and Natural Heritage Day” Inner Mongolia intangible cultural heritage publicity exhibition was launched in Hohhot.
With the theme of “Ode to China, Inheritance of Inherited Context”, the event will be carried out simultaneously online and offline, including the “Starting Ceremony”, “Inner Mongolia Great Wall Four Seasons Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition”, “Inner Mongolia Yellow River Intangible Cultural Heritage Art Exhibition”, Inner Mongolia “Intangible Cultural Heritage Shopping Festival” “Online exhibition and online social education activities of “Traditional Handicraft Class”.
E Lingqiao, a 72-year-old inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage project “Wuchun” in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, introduced the oldest Daur folk art “Wuchun” through the “Cloud Classroom” in the Moli Dawa Daur Autonomous Banner in Hulunbuir City.
“The Daur people don’t have words. I learned it by word of mouth from my mother. It has historical and artistic value since it was passed down to this day.” E Ling said, “Wuchun” has various forms, mostly in slack farming and friends. Sing at parties and Chinese New Year festivals.
As an inheritor of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Eling has received many apprentices. “In these years, in addition to entering schools and communities, I often go to the countryside to perform.”
E Lingqiao hopes that through the “Cloud Classroom”, more people can understand the traditional culture of the Daur people and like “Wuchun”.
Disc, sew, wrap, wrap… De Keli, the inheritor of Aoluguya Ewenki clothing, gave a demonstration while teaching, teaching people who like handicrafts online and offline how to cut, sew fur, and make fur bags.
It is understood that Dekeli will hold cultural research training courses every year, carry out voluntary activities such as inheritance of intangible cultural heritage, and call on Aolu quaint villagers, residents of Genhe urban areas, and low-income groups to participate in the training, with more than 2,000 participants.
De Keli said that she hopes to lead more fans to inherit Chinese traditional culture through non-genetic inheritance volunteer service.
On the same day, Jia Yinfeng, the inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage of the noodle making technique, brought the food culture of Inner Mongolia into the live broadcast room, and introduced various exquisite production procedures such as He noodle, rubbed noodle, and steamed noodle to the public on the tip of the tongue. Chilechuan grassland.
Wang Shiying, curator of the Inner Mongolia Exhibition Center, said that intangible cultural heritage is the crystallization of the wisdom of Chinese people in production and life of all dynasties. By viewing and understanding intangible cultural heritage, people can deeply appreciate the essence of Chinese culture of the exchanges, exchanges and blending of various ethnic groups. .
It is reported that in 2022, Inner Mongolia will add 5 new autonomous regional traditional craft work stations, 9 autonomous region intangible cultural heritage employment workshops, and newly set up 5 autonomous region “intangible cultural heritage Quyi bookstores”, 8 autonomous region “intangible cultural heritage research bases” and 10 new autonomous regions. The pilot project of “intangible cultural heritage in the community” in the home and autonomous regions.