Feng Li is a master of Nantong emulational embroidery and a senior consultant at the Shen Shou Art Gallery, which commemorates embroidery master Shen Shou (1874-1921) and is dedicated to developing traditional embroidery techniques.
The Shen Shou Art Gallery will reopen to the public in Nantong on May 1 after closing for renovations more than a year ago.
The Nantong culture and tourism bureau recently announced that it will restore the tomb of Cao Ding, a war-time hero known for his resistance against Japanese aggression during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
The Nantong Museum was the first public museum independently established by Chinese people and has led local museums in developing creative cultural products.
The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Awakening of Insects (Chinese: 惊蛰) falls on March 5 and ends on March 19 this year.
As the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak rages on, intangible cultural heritage artists in Nantong are trying to lift spirits with their work.
Staff and students at the School of Arts of Nantong University recently created more than 80 paintings and posters themed around the fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak.
Li Haifeng, a craftsman from Nantong, East China's Jiangsu province, recently created two paper cuttings to pay tribute to medical staff who are fighting the novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP).