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Tibet’s 20 intangible cultural heritage inheritors’ skills recorded
update:December 14,2017

Dec. 14, 2017 -- Tibet has completed recording of 20 national-level intangible cultural inheritors' performances and 10 more will be recorded at the end of the year.

With abundant intangible cultural heritage, Tibet has 68 national-level inheritors.

Due to the increasing age of the inheritors, Tibet has launched the recording project since 2015 with about 400,000 yuan invested for each inheritor, according to Ao Chao, head of Tibet People’s Art Mesuem.

In 2015, the Ministry of Culture launched a nationwide cultural project to record the performances of all national-level intangible cultural heritage inheritors.

By: Shi Dongdong

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