On April 16, an exhibition of paper-cutting works on the centenary history of the Communist Party of China was held in the Ningbo Chenghuang Temple. The 40-meter long paper-cutting works are lined up like an exquisite serial drawing.
Lu Liqing, designer of the paper-cutting works and an inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage of paper-cutting, introduced that he, being a Party member, had spent 3 years to finish this set of works. “I wish that my paper-cutting works could enable people to have a better understanding and learn the history of the Communist Party of China.”
(Photo by Sha Yishan, Ying Zheng and Zhu Kairan)