Zhejiang Province is naturally endowed with scenic beauty and ingenious people

The Lou Kau Mansion - inscribed on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites - plays an important role in showcasing Chinese culture, promoting intangible cultural heritage and advancing cultural exchange with Mainland China. On this occasion, the Lou Kau Mansion presents the third batch of traditional Chinese folk art treasures to local residents and visitors, who may enjoy handicrafts revolving around items such as stone, gourd, wood, brick and porcelain carvings, pyrography, Fengyang flower drums and feather fans. Through a fascinating combination of tangible and intangible cultural heritage, this arts show seeks to promote the profound and extensive culture of the region which, since times immemorial, has inspired countless Chinese artists and literati.