Huashan Rock Painting is located in the Zuojiang River and its tributary Mingjiang River Valley in Chongzuo City, Guangxi. It is a magnificent cultural landscape of Zuojiang Huashan Rock Painting, which consists of about 105 kilometers of Zuojiang River and Mingjiang River. Pictures drawn on cliffs from the Warring States Period to the Eastern Han Dynasty in China. On the East Bank of North Ming River, Huashan Tun, 14.5 kilometers southeast of Ningming County, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, is called "Lanlai", translated into Chinese as "Painted Shishan". Song Dynasty and Ming Dynasty have been recorded. Surveys in the early 1950s found that. In 1988, the State Council of the People's Republic of China promulgated it as a national key cultural relics protection unit. The cliff wall of Linjiang River is obviously inclined. The picture is about 172 meters long, about 90 meters high from the surface of the river, 30 meters above the bottom, and 3.10 meters from the foot of the mountain terrace. Painting pigments are ochre hematite powder, diluted and blended with animal fat, and painted directly on natural cliffs with grass handles or bird feathers. The painting method uses a single color block flat painting method, which only shows the external outline of the object, without detailed description. Style simple, rough style, the scene is very spectacular. There are more than 1900 existing images, including characters, animals and utensils. Characters only draw the head, neck, body and limbs, no five senses and other details. There are two basic shapes: body upright and side body. The body figure is tall, the largest is more than 2 meters, both arms are extended to both sides flat, elbows raised, legs open, knee bending and half squatting, waist cross wearing a long knife or sword. Side portraits are numerous and small in size. Most of them are arms raised from the chest, legs forward, facing one side and making jumps. Huashan Rock Painting is unique because of its combination of landscape, rock painting and the lively and rich social life of Luoyue people, the ancestor of the Zhuang nationality in southern China. On July 15, 2016, at the 40th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee, held in Istanbul, Turkey, the Zuojiang Huashan Rock Painting Cultural Landscape, a nominated project for China's World Cultural Heritage, was selected as the 49th World Heritage Site in China. The application of Huashan rock paintings successfully filled in the blank of Chinese rock paintings heritage projects.