Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture is home to a large number of ethnic minorities, and the outstanding ethnic cultures that have been passed down for thousands of years have become treasures in this deep mountain gorge. While actively promoting local industrial revitalization, CCCC also promotes ethnic culture, inspiring local people to pursue a better life.
At the CCCC cultural square in Beidian Village, the villagers formed a circle and performed ethnic dances.
The square also houses a village history museum, a library, and an activity room. Children come here to read extracurricular books, and adults learn agricultural knowledge. This square not only provides a comfortable place for villagers but also helps improve their literacy.
Today, Qiunatong Village has become a "must-visit" place for self-driving tours from Nujiang to Tibet. The continuous stream of tourists has injected new vitality into this ancient village.
Thousand-foot landing house
The construction of the cultural street showcases the authentic Nu ethnic culture through residential buildings and handicrafts, allowing more people to learn about and understand the local ethnic culture, and promoting the development of rural cultural industries.
The CCCC-sponsored drama "the Legend of the Stone Moon" from Mieluo Village appeared in the 2023 online Spring Festival Gala.
The success of this drama not only satisfies the villagers' higher spiritual aspirations but also enables more people to learn about Nujiang culture.