1Hubei Minzu University, Enshi, Hubei, China
2Philippine Christian University Center for International Education, Manila, 1004, Philippines
Folk handicrafts in the Wuling Mountains are a combination of material and spiritual attributes, the physical product of the society, culture and customs of the region, and a practical folk art that could ensure the survival of villagers during the farming period in the Wuling Mountains. This paper attempts to reconnoitre and explore folk crafts from the perspective of exploring the cultural value of handicrafts. By fully exploiting the advantages of traditional ethnic handicrafts, the paper aims to find a new way out of the handicraft heritage.
Wuling Mountains, folk crafts, cultural values
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