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.
Lin Tao (1905-2010), one of four renowned Zhangzhou paper-cutting artists, used her superb abilities and ingenuity to document the customs of coastal communities in Southern Fujian.
The She silver jewelry are all hand-made by the craftsman.
The acclaimed landmarks of Quanzhou city, the East and West pagodas, are the tallest existing pair of stone pagodas completed in the Song Dynasty (960-1279) in China.
A lacquer artisan in Fuzhou, Fujian province, hopes to carry forward the city's traditional technology and culture of bodiless lacquerware through persistence and innovation.
Thanks to decades of perseverance by traditional craftsmen, a 1,000-year-old wooden arch bridge in Ningde city, Fujian province, has managed to survive, and the skills used to make it have been adapted to modern life.
Fujian province recently rolled out a series of regulations to protect the traditional bodiless lacquer techniques that were born in Fuzhou and are an artistic treasure renowned at home and abroad.
As Li Mingqin manipulated the strings of a puppet to write Chinese characters and to play the jinghu, a two-stringed bowed instrument with a high register, a social practice team made up of postgraduate students from the Shanghai Conservatory of Music was watching the show closely. Li is a string puppet master in Liancheng county, Fujian province, where the craft has a history of over 100 years. Drawing on the essence of local folk drama arts, Liancheng string puppet show was classified as a Fujian intangible cultural heritage item in 2009.