Intangible cultural heritage inheritors in Yantai gain national recognition
Luan Shujuan, was recognized as the representative inheritor of Yantai paper-cutting. Known for its intricate skills and innovative characters, Yantai paper-cutting boasts a long history as it can be dated back to the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). It features various themes such as plum blossoms, phoenix and peony flowers, Chinese zodiac symbols, famous tourist attractions, Peking opera masks and Olympic mascots.
Luan Shujuan (right), one of the inheritors of Yantai paper-cutting, presents her work depicting a delicate pot. [Photo/WeChat account: ytswgxj]