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National Intangible Heritage Oil-paper Umbrella from Luzhou to Be Collected by National Museum of China

WONDER LAB, an exhibition dedicated to Chinese and French Master Artisans, is presented at the National Museum of China from 11 January to 17 March 2019. Bi Liufu, a national intangible culture heritor from Sichuan, took 3 water-proof oil-paper umbrellas from Fenshui of Luzhou, Sichuan Province to the exhibition, including "Blessing of Dragon and Phoenix" "10-mile Peach Blossom" and "Winter sweet Blossom", which won unanimous praise from the museum and the audience.

The exhibition is held for the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and France. It exhibits works of 15 top French master craftsmen and 11 Chinese national master craftsmen, intangible culture inheritors and famous artists. Bi Liufu is the only exhibitor from Sichuan. At the end of the exhibition, these three oil-paper umbrellas will be collected by the National Museum of China.


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