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Young people join in preservation of ancient documents

2018-05-16 04:35:38 Ecns.cn

The Jinping Records are historical literature about Miao and Dong people who lived in Jinping County and along the middle and lower reaches of Qingshui River from the time of Emperor Jiajing in the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) to the Republic of China (1912-1949). The literature is one of China’s best-preserved, systematic folk files. Some young people born in 1990s have joined in preservation and restoration of Jinping Records since 2016. The county has collected more than 60,000 items for the records.

Yang Qiaoping (L) and Yang Xiubiao work on records in Jinping County, Southwest China’s Guizhou Province, May 11, 2018.

Wang Daijun (R) and Lu Ping work on the Jinping Records.

Wang Daijun works on the Jinping Records.

Yang Qiaoping scans items from the Jinping Records for digital storage.

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