Xuzhou Story-telling Drama 徐州琴书

Xuzhou story-telling drama is a traditional drama popular in the local place and was collected into the national non-material cultural heritage list in 2008.

Jiangsu Liuqin Drama 江苏柳琴戏

As one of the major traditional dramas of Jiangsu Province, Liuqin drama has a history of over 200 years.It has been greatly popular among people owing to its irresistible charming in singing.

Jinling Inscription Carving and Printing Skill 金陵刻经印刷技艺

Originated from the Tang Dynasty, Jinling inscription carving & printing skill is a local traditional manual skill in Nanjing, City, Jiangsu

Jinling Traditional Chinese Medical Massage 金陵中医推拿术

Nanjing has been a place gathering of talents since ancient times, with the traditional Chinese medicine culture of long standing and famous doctors having come forth in large numbers

Jiangpu Hand Lion Dance 江浦手狮

Jiangpu hand lion dance is the folk dance in Pukou, Nanjing

Gaoyou Folk Song 高邮民歌

Gaoyao folk song is different from other local folk songs and its classic master works includes: count duck eggs, Gaoyou northwest hometown, sending husband to join the army, yangko work song and my hometown in Gaoyou etc.

Hongze Lake Fishing Drum 洪泽渔鼓

At Hongze Lake area in Jiangsu Province, a folk dancing form with very strong fishermen charm is inherited -- Hongze Lake fishing drum, which was originated from the sacrifice performance at Hongze Lake area and has a long history

Appreciation of Rain-flower Pebble 雨花石鉴赏

The rain-flower pebble is a kind of natural carnelian cobble mainly produced in the area of Nanjing and Yizheng and is famous local special product there. It is also named as “scholar pebble” or “sleeve pebble”, as in ancient times refined scholars would like to bring it in the sleeves to enjoy at any time, or invite friends to appreciate the pebble, drink tea and recite poems and get relaxed together

The Making Skill of Gaoyou Salted Duck Eggs 高邮咸鸭蛋制作技艺

Gaoyou salted duck eggs have enjoyed high reputation for long as a kind of product of geographical indication in China with a fresh, fine, tender, red, sandy and oily flavor; the litterateur Yuan Mei in the Qing Dynasty