School of Humanities, Xi'an Conservatory of Music, Xi'an, China
Intangible cultural heritage refers to the specific expressions of traditional culture that are closely related to the daily life of the general public, such as folklore activities, performing arts, knowledge and skills, ceramics, objects, as well as handicrafts and cultural spaces. Zibo City is known as the "City of Porcelain", rich in diversified types of intangible cultural heritage. Among these, some are indigenous invention by local people during the long-term production activities, while some are imported from other places. However, whether it is native or foreign, it reflects the ingenuity, broad-mindedness, kindness and hard work of Zibo people. Moreover, the unique creativity, imagination and productivity of Zibo people is the basis and key component of Zibo culture, reflecting its splendid long history and culture.
Zibo ceramic making; Evolutionary process; Intangible cultural heritage; Changes
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