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As the only surviving hieroglyphics in addition to Dongba, Shuishu was named a national intangible cultural heritage in 2006. This kind of text was passed down from generation to generation by Mr. Shui Shu, guiding the size of the daily life of the aquarium, just like the Huang Li. Mr. Shui Shu has a respectable position in the village. In Guizhou, there is usually a Mr. Shui Shu in the big stockade, and the small stockade may not have the husband who can interpret the water book. This kind of occupation was also called "ghost teacher" in the old days. The local ordinary people will speak the water language, but they can't read the water book, and they can't understand the meaning of it. Such a water book has no printed version, but it is only passed on by hand, oral, and passed down from generation to generation. Because Mr. Shui Shu can understand the water book, he is called a person who can talk to ghosts and gods. Learning water books, three years for Xiaocheng, five years for Dacheng, now young people have no patience to learn these ancient cultures, and this treasure of aquarium knowledge only exists in the minds of the waters of the gentlemen, so the water book The inheritance has also become more and more difficult. In addition to the hieroglyphic living fossil "Water Book", the aquarium has another living fossil, a traditional embroidery technique known as horsetail embroidery, which has been passed down from generation to generation by aquarists. Mawei embroidery is made of horsetail hair and is the first intangible cultural heritage of the country. Everyone in this ancient nation is a craftsman of nature. Even a thin ponytail can be turned into a beautiful handicraft in their hands. From now on, it has been passed down from generation to generation.
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