Paper-cut | Introduction (Hello China#76)

Chinese folk paper-cutting art [jian zhi] is considered to be one of the criteria for identifying smart women. It also expresses the blessings of the Chinese people for happiness and good luck.

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  1. Leaf Productions

    another epic video

  2. Pooey

    I've seen men do it more than women.

  3. Ethan Stone

    He Hong is the third-generation inheritor of He Family Papercutting. Born into a papercutting family, she is a direct descendant of He Zhizhang, a renowned poet during the Tang Dynasty (618-907). He started learning papercutting techniques from her father at 5 years old. She has since also learned other techniques from other teachers. http://www.eyeshenzhen.com

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  6. Julia L

    Well I think maybe if a dude could do this he's considered smart to me 🙂

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