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The 2019 Beijing Dongcheng District Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Opened in Fo Guang Shan (literally Buddha’s Light Mountain), Kaohsiung

  On April 18, 2019 Beijing Dongcheng District Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition opened at the Buddha Memorial Hall in Fo Guang Shan, Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

  Dongcheng District has a profound history and rich intangible cultural heritage resources. It has held exhibitions and exchange activities in Taiwan for many times, which were all well received. This event was to highlight the status of Beijing as an ancient cultural capital and to show features of Dongcheng District. We invited 20 intangible projects inheritors of Eight Treasures of Beijing (cloisonné, carved lacquerware, jade carving, ivory carving, gold lacquer inlay, filigree inlay, palace carpet, and Beijing embroidery), famous painting and calligraphy artists, and performing artists for the event. They presented classic exhibitions, exchanged creation experiences and made performances on the event, showing their superb craft techniques and high artistic level. In addition, a photo exhibition was added. The selected works from "achievement exhibition of 40 years of reform and opening up" in Dongcheng District were exhibited, fully demonstrating the historical and cultural heritage of Dongcheng District and the achievements of innovation and development in the new era.

  In addition, the event lasted for 4 days. During the period from April 19 to 21, there were live exhibitions of intangible projects every day. There were two flash mob performances of intangible projects and two live teaching interactions.

  In the evening, the performance teams held Beijing cultural show in the performing arts hall of National Kaohsiung Normal University. Ying Ning, Li Jing and other famous performance artists and actors brought traditional music, dance, quyi (Chinese folk art forms), acrobatics and other intangible cultural heritage programs to the Taiwan people. Nearly a thousand Kaohsiung citizens watched the performances.