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SW China's town wins fame with hand-painted bamboo curtains

2014-07-15 11:07:26



Bamboo curtains with traditional Chinese paintings are displayed at Zhangjiayuanzi village of Feilong town in Wusheng county of southwest China's Sichuan province on July 14, 2014. Feilong town is famous for its bamboo curtain arts and crafts. Drawing traditional Chinese paintings on bamboo curtains has a history of over 1,000 years and the crafts entered Feilong town during Guangxu Period of Qing Dynasty (1875-1908). The craftsmen in Feilong town developed the traditional arts by combining embroidery skills. [Photo: China News Service / Liu Zhong Jun]

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