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Chinese Shubi

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Shubi is also named as Zhi, including "Shu" (comb) and "Bi"(fine-toothed comb) and was one of eight hair-styles in ancient China.

Papercuts

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Papercuts refer to handicrafts made by cuttingpaperwith scissors to form different patterns and pasting them on walls, windows, doors and ceilings.

Chinese Traditional Kite Craft

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Kites were invented by the Chinese people over 2000 years ago.

Hairy Monkeys

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The hairy monkeys, a kind of handicraft seldom known to young people tofay, are eormously popular among old Beijingers with an air of charming naivety.

Chinese Ribbon Buttons

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Chinese ribbon buttons have always been the most fascinating part of Chinese costumes with their classical beauty and antique flavor.

Chinese Colored Lanterns

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Originating in the East Han Dynasty (25-220), Chinese colored lanterns reached their peak during the Tang (618-907) and Song (960-1279) dynasties.

Flower Power: The Art of Flower Arranging

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Having its origin in people's love of flowers, Chinese flower arrangement is an important part of interior decorating.

Engineering Art: Chinese Metal Crafts

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With its unique features, metal crafts play a special role among China's arts and crafts.

Nanyang Pokerwork: the Art of Fire

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Pokerwork refers to a form of decoration involving burning designs into timber, leather or other materials.

Cloth Art in China

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Cloth art contains almost all living arts forms and has close ties with our daily lives.

Xinji Wall Hangings

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Wall hangings are new products combining the techniques of painting with embroidery and glued-cloth pictures.

Wenzhou Ousu

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Ousu, known as an "oil-clay sculpture", is a traditional artwork specially produced in Wenzhou of Zhejiang Province.

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