Southwest Minzu Research Institute, Southwest Minzu University, Chengdu, China
The Xinlong medicine mud mask was born in a unique cultural environment. It has rich regional characteristics and traditional folk culture. Its unique originality combines painting, sculpture and medicine to create a material carrier with profound cultural connotations. This paper focuses on the humanistic ecology, technological process, cultural connotation, inheritance and protection measures of the Xinlong medicine mud mask in the perspective of intangible cultural heritage protection..
Intangible cultural heritage, Medicine mud mask, Characteristics, Inheritance and protection
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