Cast members of the musical Battle of Xiangjiang River stood by the eponymous waterway in South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, stared at the flowing river, and thought about the battle that happened there 86 years ago.
Known by many as Chinese coffee in Guangxi, the unique variety of tea has gained popularity among Yao people as it can improve digestion, among other health benefits.
Holding a small piece of greenware and a sharp graver, Li Renping, a craft master of Nixing pottery, started his work as usual.
Yizhou Yugu tunes was listed among the intangible cultural heritages at the autonomous region level in May 2012.
The traditional Baijiayan, also known as the collective feasts, of the Dong ethnic group is the highest courtesy of the Dong people to entertain guests.
Paper-cutting of the Mulao ethnic group in Hechi were included in the seventh batch of Guangxi's autonomous region-level intangible cultural heritages.
Zhuang Medicine (Zhuang Acupuncture Therapy) is a popular traditional medical technique of the Zhuang nationality.