​Innovation park adds vitality to traditional culture

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As a cultural industry park, Beijing’s Xitang Culture Innovation Park aims to showcase the charm of fine traditional Chinese culture using modern and artistic expressions such as through lighting, sculpture, and spatial design.

Since its inception in 2013, the innovation park, covering an area of over 13,000 square meters, has brought together more than 30 artists, designers, and masters of intangible cultural heritages to open their studios and create innovative artworks.

​Innovation park adds vitality to traditional culture

A bronze sculpture on display at the Xitang Culture Innovation Park in Beijing, Feb. 14, 2022. [Photo by Zhang Liying/China.org.cn]

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​Innovation park adds vitality to traditional culture
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