Cultural heritage industrial park set up in Shenzhen

By Qiu Quanlin in Shenzhen ( ) Updated: 2016-05-16 20:40:01

An industrial park featuring cross-border e-commerce of intangible cultural heritages has been established in Shenzhen, a longtime testing ground of China's reform and opening up.

The park, which is at an old factory in Shenzhen's Luohu district in Guangdong province, displays various intangible cultural heritages from across China and includes a makerspace, an online DIY community, specializing in cultural innovation.

"By introducing cross-border trade, intangible cultural products are expected to go global more efficiently," said Fang Hansheng, president of the industrial park.

The park is part of the effort by local government to boost cultural innovation during the 12th China (Shenzhen) International Cultural Industrial Fair, which ended on Monday in Shenzhen.

"More trade on intangible cultural products will help better protect China's heritages," Fang said.

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