The custom of the Zhuang ethnic people in which participants hit their shoulders with poles, also known as "stick dancing", is a kind of dance that simulates agricultural labor using poles and a bench.
Shangsi Festival, also known as the Double Third Festival, is an ancient Chinese festival celebrated on the third day of the third lunar month, which falls on April 14 this year.
Yugu (literally fishing drum) tunes are one of the ancient folk arts in China, and can be traced back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907) when they mainly sang religious content.
The Firecracker Dragon Festival, celebrated in Fuchuan Yao autonomous county in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, is a spectacle that attracts thousands of tourists during Spring Festival.
Sixteen Dong ethnic choruses from Hunan and Guizhou provinces and the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region gathered in Longsheng county in Guangxi on Tuesday to celebrate the traditional Dong spring festival, which falls on Dec 15 this year in Guangxi.
The folk songs of the Mulam ethnic group are collectively created by the Mulam people. They reflect their work and life, and are sung from generation to generation.
Baikuyao is recognized by the UNESCO as "the ethnic group with the most complete preservation of folk culture."