Because it was around 4pm when we arrived, we didn't want to enter the temple at this time, so after staying in the hotel, thinking about going to the surrounding attractions, I found a non-genetic inheritance center around and set off. At first, I went in the wrong direction. To the west of the Taer Temple is the main residential and commercial area. Frankly speaking, apart from the main road, there is a lot of dirt and dirt in the alleys, and the sanitary conditions are relatively poor. The inheritance center is between Ta'er Temple and the county seat, more than 500 meters away from where we live, very close. We didn’t ask for tickets when we went to the Heritage Center. After entering, there are several Tibetan-style buildings. On both sides of the entrance are offices and restaurants. The three-story building directly opposite the entrance is the main non-genetic inheritance studio. In the evening, only three studios were open. One was a Tibetan young man who mainly used pile embroidery, as well as inlay silk and thangka; one was a professor at Qinghai University for Nationalities, who was mainly a sculpture; one was upstairs. It is the inlay process. In addition to the production and display of this heritage center, many works are sold externally. The Tibetan guy is very enthusiastic. Piling embroidery seems to just glue the cut pieces of cloth together, which is mainly used in temples. Inlaying silk takes too much eyesight and energy, a little bit of paste, and various colors of fine sand filling. It’s really not ordinary people. What can be done; the sculpture professor is reluctant to chat, and may be unable to extricate himself from being immersed in the world of art. His assistant is very talkative. He knows that we are from Shandong and said that the epidemic in Dalian is so severe. You can still come out and stay at home? As we said, we left with disgraced faces. I thought to myself how did you, a university professor, find an assistant who hasn't even gone to elementary school? The inheritor of inlay silk upstairs, compared with the Tibetan guy downstairs, is more apart from the small ones. Make some large handicrafts with more complexity. After reading it, I think it is really good. The local government is quite clever. It is worth seeing the combination of folk art and the commercial market.
The Huangzhong Eight-petal Lotus Intangible Heritage Exhibition Hall next to the Ta'er Temple is very worth visiting and sightseeing. There are many treasures, exquisite pile embroidery, copper and silver Tibetan carpets inlaid with various turquoises and gems. It is truly exquisite. what!