Artisans carry forward the old craft of carving on the fragile gift from the ocean, report Yang Feiyue and Hu Meidong in Fuzhou.
The Tanshishan site was selected as one of China's Top 100 Archaeological Discoveries of the Century. It is the only one selected in Fujian province.
In Fujian Province's Pingtan County, there are special shell resources. Pingtan residents created outstanding shell carvings in the last century by using wisdom and creativity to transform shells. Today, people are still in awe of the many colorful and inventive shell sculptures from Pingtan thanks to the tireless efforts of artisans.
Zhangping Shuixian is a rare and unique Fujian oolong tea. The craft of making Zhangping Shuixian Tea, which is specific to Zhangping, Fujian province, has been passed down and developed for over a century. The tea industry is enriching locals' lives and increasing their incomes.
The tea that has delighted and fascinated the world for millennia has finally received top-level global recognition as a shared cultural treasure of mankind.
The Zhengcheng Building is known as the "prince of Hakka tulou" and is one of 46 such buildings placed on the World Heritage List in 2008.
As a child, Lei Lingli loved to attend weddings because she enjoyed the convivial and joyful atmosphere with delicious food, music and dance. What impressed her the most was the custom of the bride crying, which is a tradition of the She ethnic group that Lei belongs to.
A tea production system in Anxi, East China's Fujian province was listed among the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations on Friday.