The "nail bowl" inheritor Hou Junbao drilled the dragon on the plate. Yesterday, Yinzhou District held a 2013 conference on the protection of intangible cultural heritage in the whole district. Last year, Zhangzhou’s non-legacy protection work was fruitful, but when it came to the next year’s work ideas, one sentence caught the attention of reporters, that is, “Improve the phenomenon of re-declaration and light protection, and avoid making non-legacy projects a gorgeous one. coat". In fact, "re-declaration of light protection" is a "common disease" in the work of national non-legacy protection. Then, what difficulties does the city face in this regard, and what efforts have been made to crack the circle? “Nail Bowl” is a traditional skill, usually referred to as “filling the bowl”, and of course accompanied by lettering on the bowl. However, Hou Junbao, a municipal non-genetic inheritor of the “nail bowl”, also has a “singularity”, which is to chisel the pattern on the dishes. Chen Sujun, deputy director of the Cultural Center of Yinzhou District, had personally seen Hou Junbao’s craft, “叮叮叮叮”, only ten minutes, and a pig with a sly appearance appeared on the dishes. "Lifelike!" Chen Houjun praised Hou Junbao's "singularity", "Old Hou can cut out twelve zodiac signs on the dishes." However, when it comes to the old Hou, Chen Sujun is a sigh, "He I got Alzheimer's disease, and now this craft is only a little bit of his son." What makes her regret is that the inheritor of the "nail scale" has passed away. "People are gone, and they have taken away their stunts." "These two messages, or they were accidentally acquired during the visit to write "The Inheritor's Biography." Chen Sujun believes that the more effective retention and inheritance is the key to people. In September this year, Yinzhou District organized the health checkup activities of the inheritors, and asked 72 non-representative inheritors to do a systematic health checkup, which is the first in the country. In Chen Sujun's view, for the work of non-legacy protection, it is obviously not enough to rely on the power at the district level. The ideal state is that the village and town levels can also establish a non-legacy list. “Some people in the village have been rated as provincial non-genetic inheritors. Is it worthy of happiness and pride?” Chen Sujun said with no worries, “It’s a pity that some villages do not know this.” “And some towns and villages I took the brand as a 'decoration'. The declaration was successful and full of joy, but to build a heritage base in the village, it is to push the three resistance four." Chen Sujun said. In fact, many non-legacy projects have a very narrow audience, so the project itself has no hematopoietic capacity and lacks market. "For example, the rap-style project has a big problem in its inheritance." "For some non-legacy projects, the money can only be exchanged for a moment of prosperity. Only by truly attracting public interest can it be in line with its survival. The environment continues. Chen Sujun said that in recent years, they have used various traditional festivals as a platform to display various non-legacy projects to increase public awareness. Next year, Yinzhou District plans to open a non-legacy museum in Zhangzhou. This is a living intangible cultural heritage museum that integrates display, training and sales. “A lot of non-genetic inheritors will also display skills in the museum and interact with the public.” On the other hand, Chen Sujun is also delighted to see that the construction of the rural cultural hall, which is being vigorously promoted, has put on “protective clothing” for non-legacy. "Some villages have joined the non-legacy elements in the construction of the cultural hall, so that the non-legacy projects will be displayed in the cultural hall." This is obviously very important for improving the villagers' perception of the intangibles.