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Luocheng artists make 71-meter-long paper-cut for CPC's 100th anniversary
Updated: 2021-06-24


The 71-meter-long paper-cut work for the CPC's 100th anniversary. [Photo/Hechi Daily]

A 71-meter-long paper-cut was completed in Luocheng on June 19 to mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China. It was jointly created by Luo Huaqing - an inheritor of the intangible heritage of Mulam paper-cut art - and teachers and students from the Guangxi Institute of Traditional Craft of Nanning Normal University.

Luo Huaqing started the paper-cutting with her daughter and grandson in March this year. In order to finish the work before July 1, she worked for 16 hours every day from the middle of May. By June 19, the creation and mounting of the giant paper-cut was completed. It took more than 100 days in total.

Luo selected 100 historic CPC events as themes for the creation, such as the founding of CPC, the founding of the People's Republic of China, and the Third Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee of the CPC. The paper-cutting shows the Mulam people's love for the CPC, through deep and detailed artistic techniques.

Luo said that the 71-meter-long paper-cut is a tribute to the birthday of CPC on July 1. The 100 historic events show that the CPC has gone through 100 years of vicissitudes, leading Chinese people to become rich and strong, and leading the Chinese nation to glory.


Luo Huaqing makes the  paper-cut for the CPC's 100th anniversary. [Photo/Hechi Daily]

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