The project aims at helping intangible heritage inheritors like bearers and practitioners to further hone their skills, expand their horizon and become more intellectually sophisticated and thus enhance their cultural confidence and sustainable development ability. C Foundation provided funding for embroiderers from the Banwan ancient village for the Buyi people in Guizhou province to attend a one-month course on innovative application of Guizhou’s spinning, dyeing, weaving and embroidering techniques, which is part of the Chinese intangible heritage inheritors training program of the Ministry of Culture and Ministry of Education at Suzhou Art & Design Technology Institute. Through the training, the embroiderers learned how to promote the inheritance, preservation and scientific development of traditional crafts and thus breathe life into traditional culture.
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