Shaanxi culture can be seen on the commercial street of the National Games Village for China's 14th National Games, including a Qin brick and Han tile museum, Hanfu experience hall, and intangible cultural heritage experience center.
This is a typical day for Yang Jinlong. At 9 am, he drives to primary schools and middle schools in Xi'an, Shaanxi province, to teach students about Shaanxi kuaiban, a form of Chinese traditional form of storytelling in the Shaanxi dialect to the rhythm of bamboo clappers, after which the art form is named.
A sports show and exhibition featuring intangible cultural heritage was held at the square of Xi'an Olympic Sports Center on June 11.
The hongquan cultural inheritance base and promotion and training base were unveiled at Xinnong Primary School in Xi'an International Trade and Logistics (ITL) Park on March 29.
The folk art of sugar-figure blowing dates back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907) and eventually spread to the vast areas of the Central Plains in Northwest China.
Xi'an Drum Music is a large-scale folk drum music that has circulated in Xi'an (Chang'an in imperial China) and surrounding areas for about a thousand years.
The hit TV series "The Longest Day in Chang'an" has brought the city of Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi province, to the attention of the internet. Chang'an was the ancient name of the metropolis located in Northwest China.
Chinese people's love for horses started since the Tang Dynasty. The passion can be found in their poems eulogizing horses, murals in Tang tombs like the "playing Polo pictures", stone carvings such as "the Six Steeds of the Zhao Mausoleum" and Tangsancai, or tri-colored glazed pottery.