Status Analysis for Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture Baiyu County Hepo Tibetan Nationality Metal Forging Technology

Qi BI

Abstract


Along with the fast growing of social economy and the continuous improvement of people’s living conditions, more and more people begin to focus on traditional culture and traditional handicrafts, which are the historic products. And also people focus on intangible cultural heritage, because it is provided with a certain value and research sense. The paper is studying Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture Baiyu County Hepo Tibetan Nationality Metal Forging Technology, which also boasts its historic and cultural value and aesthetic and collection value and so on. Because of geographical conditions and the uniqueness of ethnic characteristics, the exquisite technology has been reserved until now. While this kind of technology relying on unique inheritance way also faces a situation that the technology may be disappeared and the inheritors may be lost at any time. Hence, it is necessary to study and investigate Hepo Tibetan Nationality metal forging technology; this may do a little help to the inheriting of the Hepo Tibetan Nationality. Meanwhile, as an intangible cultural heritage, the studying on forging technology can provide supplement for the protection and development of intangible cultural heritages in documents, so as to focus more attentions from scholars. Through field visit and seeing the elegant and exquisite Hepo metal forged art crafts, we will be so impressive, and this is not only the aesthetic enjoying in art crafts, more value is derived from its contains in cultural and handicraftsmen’ spirit.


Keywords


Hepo Tibetan nationality; Metal forging technology; Status analysis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x

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