A total of 188 items are displayed at the free exhibition. And almost all the items have a nationally ranked inheritor to demonstrate how to make them.
It’s a rare chance for the public to see so many handicrafts and the process of making them all in one place. They have been well preserved by locals with help from the government.
The exhibition, which drew a lot of festival crowds during the opening day Sunday, will last for 10 days through February the 15th.