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Sensing China·Traditional Culture Experience Series Activity-Hand woven rope
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In the afternoon of November 3, 2023, International students of our school participated in the intangible cultural experience activity in Room 201 of Zhaoxi Building: Glazed hand-Hand woven rope

As early as prehistoric times, some people used rattan or willow branches to tie the first knot. On this basis, Chinese people continue to try to use knots of different materials and different techniques to connect and tie things, measure items, wear decorations and even record history and other important purposes. Weaving, known as the art on the fingertips, is a traditional Chinese folk handicraft art, which contains profound Chinese culture.

First of all, the lecturer explained the origin and development significance of non-heritage rope knitting for the international students, and showed the exquisite art of rope knitting. One piece of rope weaving art ignited the enthusiasm of the international students, and then the main teacher demonstrated the basic operation process of knitting, leading everyone to weave simple small red flower rope weaving handicraft step by step from the basic step. "Hand rope weaving must be patient, must not be anxious, we must master the skills", the lecturer carefully demonstrated the rope weaving techniques, one color rope in the skillful hand flipping, shuttling. The international students listened carefully to the explanation, memorized the steps and techniques in their minds, and turned to their own hands to make them, carefully shuttling the ropes back and forth between their fingers, and discussing their learning experiences with each other. When in trouble, you teach me, I help you, the scene is full of joy and joy atmosphere.

Rope weaving is a traditional art, which not only reflects the yearning for a better life, but also contains profound cultural heritage. The international students experienced the charm of knot culture in the activity, which not only felt the fun of knitting, but also improved their hands-on knitting ability.

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