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Woodblock New Year paintings debut in Prince Gong's Mansion(1/4)
2020-12-31 17:07:27 Ecns.cn Editor :Zhang Mingxin
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Huaxian woodblock New Year paintings are exhibited at Prince Gong's Mansion in Beijing, capital of China, Dec. 30, 2020. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

An exhibition of Achievements on the Protection of Huaxian (Hua County) woodblock New Year paintings opened at Prince Gong's Mansion in Beijing on Wednesday.

Originated from the plain of northern Henan Province and the ancient course of the Yellow River, the Huaxian woodblock New Year painting is an important representative of the cultural heritage of the Yellow River.

Huaxian woodblock New Year paintings were listed as the representative project of national intangible cultural heritage in 2008.

Han Bingyun, the 27th generation inheritor of Huaxian woodblock New Year paintings, displays a woodblock New Year painting to a Henan opera actor, Dec. 30, 2020. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

Han Bingyun, the 27th generation inheritor of Huaxian woodblock New Year paintings, makes a painting on site, Dec. 30, 2020. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

A tourist views Huaxian woodblock New Year paintings at the exhibition in Prince Gong's Mansion in Beijing, capital of China, Dec. 30, 2020. (Photo: China News Service/Du Yang)

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