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  • Starry Sky Picture Made with Intangible Culture Heritage Techniques by a Miao-ethnicity Girl in Guizhou to Commemorate China Aerospace Project

    From:Chinanews.com.cnAuthor: 2022-04-20 16:29

      After Pan Xue, a Miao-ethnicity girl from Kaili City, Qiandongnan Miao Autonomous Prefecture of Guizhou Province, learned that the Shenzhou 13 was about to return, she teamed up with teachers and students from the Batik Workshop of Qiandongnan National Polytechnic to create a "vast starry sky" picture with intangible cultural heritage techniques to show respect to Chinese astronauts.

      "I want to tell my daughter that mom is back with stars from the sky!" On April 16, Shenzhou 13 successfully landed. When astronaut Wang Yaping exited the capsule, she was full of excitement and conveyed her love to her daughter. In the Spring Festival Gala of the Year of the Tiger in 2022, Wang Yaping's daughter appeared at the end of a group of children's dance performances related to space, and shouted loudly: "Mom, pick me a star when you come back." This scene made many netizens feel warm and moved.

      Pan Xue decided to use intangible cultural heritage techniques to make a star map to help Wang Yaping's daughter "pick the stars". How to make the stars is a key problem. Combining with her silver jewelry forging skills, Pan Xue began to make stars that can be picked, which is the key part of the "intangible cultural heritage version of the starry sky". Pan Xue told reporters that she chose some wood, painted the surface with silver powder, and used a carving knife to outline the bark. Then she used silver strings to make branches and finally hang nearly one hundred stars cut from silver leather to the tree. 

      After nearly 5 days and nights of working, a tree full of "silver stars" was completed. Against the backdrop of the dyed cloth, this tree hung with stars looks extraordinarily beautiful.

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