Chinese culture

Mao’s Cultural Revolution crippled the ancient arts in China, but it did not kill them. From kite making to martial arts to traditional Uighur music, artists are enriching the legacies of their elders. Below, some stories and videos of people trying to carry on those inheritances amid the convulsions of modern China.

2005

Miami Herald, February 18, As China’s kite makers age, lofty tradition falls to the ground

IMG_2881McClatchy, September 10, In China, Uighur musician navigates two divided worlds

McClatchy, December 28, In China, a kung fu master tries to build on a family legacy

 

 

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