Audiovisual feast, Tibet holds a series of intangible cultural heritage exhibitions
China News Service, Lhasa, June 12 (Feibo from Gonggar to Songjiang) On June 12, the theme of “People’s Intangible Heritage and People’s Sharing”, 2021 “Cultural and Natural Heritage Day” Tibet intangible heritage exhibition series activities In Lhasa, Tibetan opera, song and dance, Gesar rap and other programs from various cities and regions in Tibet were staged in turn, bringing an audio-visual feast to the people.
p >The picture shows the intangible cultural heritage exhibition in Tibet. Photo by Gongga Laisong
The picture shows Zhanian playing and singing “Pui Sang Lingong Ba” brought by the Music Department of the Art College of Tibet University. Photo by Gongga Laisong
On June 10th, China’s fifth batch of national intangible cultural heritage representative project lists and the extended project list of national intangible cultural heritage representative projects were announced. There are 17 project lists in Tibet Famous on it. The selected projects include Tibetan medicine, Sama folk songs of the Monba ethnic group, Bagong (Xiaer Bagong), Gurlu, Ruba making skills, Baqing cattle hair tent making skills, Rezhen Quzhuo, Smazhuo, and Tibetan medicine pulse diarrhea. Jiong Therapy, Tibetan Thangka, Zettel Compilation Skills, Minzhulin Temple Tibetan Incense Production Skills, Chaqing Jockey Club, Tibetan Zanang Wood Carving, Gongbuzha Nian Bodong.
The picture shows the song and dance “Lhasa Nangma” brought by the Niangre Folk Art Troupe of Chengguan District, Lhasa. Photo by Gonggar Lai Song
It is reported that the number of national intangible cultural heritage projects in the Tibet Autonomous Region has increased to 106 so far. , Achieved full coverage of national-level intangible cultural heritage representative projects and major categories in the Tibet Autonomous Region.
p >The picture shows Tashi Dorje, the inheritor of Gesar Tibet Autonomous Region, raps “Dolma Sounds” by Gonggar Lai Song.
The picture shows the audience using their mobile phones to film a Tibetan intangible cultural heritage performance. Photo by Gongga Laisong
The Tibet Autonomous Region Culture Department introduced that the next step will fully explore the connotation of the excellent traditional culture, effectively improve the level of systematic protection of Tibetan intangible cultural heritage, and strive to achieve creative transformation and innovative development of traditional culture Integrate it with the real culture, work together to serve the tasks of the times of cultural people, promote the development of excellent traditional culture in inheritance, inheritance in development, and make every effort to promote the high-quality development of intangible cultural heritage protection in Tibet in the new era. (End)