CULTURE Qingyang sachets stitch their place into cultural firmament

CULTURE

Qingyang sachets stitch their place into cultural firmament

China Daily

17:25, May 26, 2020

Liu Lanfang, lineage holder of the Qingyang sachet and an entrepreneur. (Photos: chinadaily.com.cn)

Donkey-shaped Qingyang sachets designed by lineage holder Liu Lanfang.

A dragon-shaped Qingyang sachet designed by lineage holder Liu Lanfang.

Liu Langfang's workshop offers embroidering courses for women in local villages, Qingyang, Northwest China's Gansu province.

Qingyang sachets featuring 12 Chinese zodiac animals designed by lineage holder Liu Lanfang.

Liu Lanfang incorporates modern aesthetics with the Qingyang sachet.

A crab-shaped Qingyang sachet designed by lineage holder Liu Lanfang.

A snake-shaped Qingyang sachet designed by lineage holder Liu Lanfang.

A crab-shaped Qingyang sachet designed by lineage holder Liu Lanfang.

Qingyang Tiger, a festive gift designed by Liu Lanfang for the Chinese New Year.

Liu's Qingyang sachet workshop is among the first batch of enterprises awarded as a national demonstrative base for intangible cultural heritage by the Ministry of Culture in 2011.

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