Henan specialty village crafts sale at home and abroad

The 73-year-old Huang Changzong’s old man was riding a tricycle and selling hand-made gongs on the villagers' lanes. After he sold home, he spread the drawing paper, picked up the brush, and brushed his ink. A “Patio Spring Snow” Leaving on paper. In the kitchen, musk is fragrant; in the study, the ink is overflowing. This is the life of Huang Changzong’s elderly.

Huang Zongchang is a peasant in the traditional Chinese inland farmland of Shangqiu City, Henan Province. His good character was developed with the teachers in the village. He said: "At that time, my family was poor and I couldn't afford paper and a pen. I just laid a layer on the surface of the board, practicing calligraphy with my fingers."

Huang Zongchang’s living in the village of Yi’an has more than 1,000 people who integrate calligraphy and life like him. He farms and does small business to live. Learning to write calligraphy is a matter of pleasing and nurturing. What is amazing is that in the village, farmers who sell tractors to sell coal and drive the temple fair to do small business, peasants who cover their own land and pick up crops, can pick up pens and can write good words that people praise. The village has produced 7 members of the Chinese Calligraphers Association and 18 members of the Henan Provincial Calligraphers Association.

In Shangqiu, a traditional agricultural area in the southern part of the North China Plain, there are 18 cultural and professional villages such as Yiwu Village. In addition to calligraphy and painting, there are also arts and crafts processing, including lanterns, gyros, rattan, and brush writing. Dance performances, dance performances, performances, and performances for stilts are performed by nearly 100,000 employees.

Li Keting, a professor at Shangqiu Normal University, has long been engaged in the study of a cultural specialty village. He said: “This area is a traditional farming area in China. Many art forms and art productions are based on the background of the farming society and are home-grown skills. In order to make it flourish, we must integrate with modern culture and move out of the countryside, into cities, and into industrialization."

Chen Meiting from Lidian Village, Huoting Township, Xiayi County, Shangqiu City has been working with the lantern for 16 years. She told reporters that she can be divided into four 4 years in 16 years. She first made lanterns for lanterns at home and then went to Guangdong. Learn to do a lantern, and then return to the village to make a lantern himself. Four years ago, he moved to the town and set up a lantern factory that was not large in size.

Now Chen Meiting's lantern factory has more than 30 workers, all in the nearby villages, producing more than 400 lanterns a day. Chen Meiting said that now all the parts of the lantern, such as the base, spikes, and lace, can be bought in this township. A complete industrial chain has been formed, and it will be handed over directly to logistics companies throughout the country.

"Now there are more places to use lanterns. Hang on the streets during the festive season. You can also advertise on them. The market is better. Orders must be worked overtime to get out." Chen Meiting said.

In Shaodian Village, Lidian Village and Sunzhuang Village of Huodian Township, almost every household has several machines in its home. There are flower spikes, bases that produce lanterns, and Chinese knots. These farmers are busy making products. While busying their own acres of land, they have come up with a unique road to agribusiness.

At present, many cultural professional villages, including Yanni Village and Huodian Township, have already taken or are taking the path of industrialization. Like Wang Gongzhuang, it has formed a five-in-one sales system for self-selling, online sales, store sales, broker sales, and village purchase. It also has its agents in some countries in South Korea, Japan, and Southeast Asia.

Li Keting said: “Industrializing traditional craftsmanship and promoting it will in fact also be a protection for traditional culture. If traditional culture does not combine reform and innovation with modern society, it will gradually fade or even disappear.

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