Source: China News Network
Editor in charge: Wang Shiyao
The “Intangible Cultural Heritage Youth Talk” audio special series about intangible cultural heritage stories in southern Guangdong is now online.Photo by Lu Kezhuo
China News Service, Guangzhou, June 1st (Reporter Jingwei Cheng) The “Intangible Cultural Heritage Youth Talk” intangible cultural heritage story audio special launched by Guangdong Provincial Revitalization Traditional Craft Workstation and other institutions was officially launched on the Kugou Music Listening Book Channel on June 1. The first issue contains 9 stories about intangible cultural heritage in southern Guangdong.
The “Intangible Cultural Heritage Youth Talk” audio special invited 8 articulate and versatile intangible cultural heritage youths to record and promote various intangible cultural heritage projects through storytelling. The magnificent ancient Chaoshan architecture, the majestic lion dance, the fragrant Shahe noodles…under the narration of the teenagers, the “past and present” of many intangible cultural heritages in southern Guangdong have been vividly interpreted, and they are interesting and unique. During the listening process, the audience heard the tradition, taste of intangible cultural heritage, and fell in love with Lingnan.
According to reports, the teenagers who participated in the recording of this audio special were selected by the “Intangible Cultural Heritage Youth Talk” Guangdong Intangible Cultural Heritage Youth Speech Exhibition. This year is the second session of the speech display event. The event is guided by the Guangdong Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism, the Guangdong Provincial Department of Education, the Guangdong Provincial Committee of the Communist Youth League, and the Young Pioneers Guangdong Provincial Working Committee.
“Intangible Cultural Heritage Youth Talk” audio special poster.Photo by Lu Kezhuo
The inheritance and dissemination of intangible cultural heritage requires intergenerational relay. As the future pillars of society, young people are a new force to realize the innovative communication and development of intangible heritage. Therefore, this year’s speech exhibition activity is aimed at primary and middle school students in Guangdong province, and calls on them to tell the public about the “Wei Shui History” of Guangdong’s intangible cultural heritage with vivid and interesting stories and personalized interpretation, and to promote the most “Cantonese” African Legacy project.
The rapid development of the Internet has also brought new manifestations and dissemination carriers for intangible cultural heritage. In particular, products such as music, live broadcast, short video and long audio that have been immersed in the lives of the people, are even more integrated with intangible cultural heritage, with new content and new gameplay in diversified forms, highly interactive and creative. This “Intangible Cultural Heritage Youth Talk” activity was carried out in the form of speeches. The reading content of the teenagers was collected and made into digital audiobooks for promotion on the Kugou Music APP, which made the Nanyue Intangible Cultural Heritage plugged in “wings” and flew there. The ears of netizens from all over the world. (Finish)