PHOTOS Artist creates dough sculptures of people on frontline of COVID-19 fight

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Artist creates dough sculptures of people on frontline of COVID-19 fight

Xinhua

16:10, April 17, 2020

Wang Furong arranges his dough sculpture works at home in Qingshan District of Baotou, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Wang Furong, an inheritor of intangible cultural heritage, not only joined the frontline of epidemic prevention and control as a volunteer, but also created groups of vivid works with his dough sculpture skills to record touching stories and scenes that took place in the frontline of the fight against the coronavirus. (Photos: Xinhua/Peng Yuan)

Wang Furong makes dough sculpture works at home in Qingshan District of Baotou, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Wang Furong, an inheritor of intangible cultural heritage, not only joined the frontline of epidemic prevention and control as a volunteer, but also created groups of vivid works with his dough sculpture skills to record touching stories and scenes that took place in the frontline of the fight against the coronavirus.

Photo taken on April 15, 2020 shows dough sculpture works made by Wang Furong at his home in Qingshan District of Baotou, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Wang Furong, an inheritor of intangible cultural heritage, not only joined the frontline of epidemic prevention and control as a volunteer, but also created groups of vivid works with his dough sculpture skills to record touching stories and scenes that took place in the frontline of the fight against the coronavirus.

Wang Furong shows his dough sculpture works at home in Qingshan District of Baotou, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Wang Furong, an inheritor of intangible cultural heritage, not only joined the frontline of epidemic prevention and control as a volunteer, but also created groups of vivid works with his dough sculpture skills to record touching stories and scenes that took place in the frontline of the fight against the coronavirus.

Wang Furong makes dough sculpture works at home in Qingshan District of Baotou, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, April 15, 2020. Wang Furong, an inheritor of intangible cultural heritage, not only joined the frontline of epidemic prevention and control as a volunteer, but also created groups of vivid works with his dough sculpture skills to record touching stories and scenes that took place in the frontline of the fight against the coronavirus.

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