“Play the tiger” “draw the tiger” “expand the tiger”, all over the tiger tiger

2022-08-05 0 By

In the year of tiger, what are the customs and activities about the tiger?During the Spring Festival every year, villagers in Gupeikou village, Yaozhan Town, Pingyuan County, Dezhou city, Shandong Province, put on tiger costumes and hold up big ox heads to have several “bull fights”.The big black cow is moved by several villagers like a hill, and the tiger, with its vigorous body, pounced on it.There is no set routine for tiger performance. It is about individual play. The key point is to show fierce strength and ruthless strength.”Ox fighting tiger” originated from “ox tiger boxing”, and later evolved from martial arts to dance performances.Today, “big tiger” side also closely followed a few “small tiger”, although the movement is immature, but full of energy.Wang Shufan, a villager of Wokpeikou village, waist station town: I am eight years old this year.Little tiger is a very lovely animal, I grew up is a king of the forest.The big tiger is powerful, and the little tiger is naughty and lovely. Every move of the tiger triggers bursts of laughter from the crowd.At the performance site, there are calligraphy artists to write Spring Festival couplets, intangible cultural heritage handicraftsmen display carbon painting, wheat straw painting, pencil painting and paper cutting, the lively scene of “bull fighting tiger” is also integrated into their creations.As a traditional folk performance in China, dragon and lion dance can be seen in many places, but have you ever seen the performance of “playing tiger”?In Jiaozuo, Henan province, there is such a unique activity.Every Spring Festival, the village has a “tiger play” performance, many young people also join in.Accompanied by sonorous gongs and drums, four colorful, awe-inspiring “tiger” stage appearance.Or lunge bite, or on the spot somersault, or play slapstick, “tiger” lively, full of aura, from time to time to win the audience bursts of applause.”Playing the tiger” mainly involves the cooperation of two people. One person holds the head of the tiger, while the other holds the tail.Most of the performers were students, and although they were young, they all had something to say about the cultural heritage handed down from their ancestors.Performer Zhao Ruize: I have watched this tiger trick since childhood, and now I have joined the tiger trick team, hoping to let everyone know the custom of our village.Tiaojing village has been playing with tigers for more than 100 years.One minute on the stage, years off the stage.It is a combination of dance, martial arts and folk customs. It takes three or five years to practice the essence of tiger fighting.”Playing tiger is the historical culture of our village. It represents the spirit of the tiger, so we want to carry forward this culture and pass it on to bring better performances to everyone.”In Minquan County, Shangqiu, Henan province, there is a “tiger painting village” — Wanggongzhuang Village. By painting tigers, the village can sell tens of thousands of paintings every year, and the average annual income of the villagers is 70,000 yuan.Year of the Tiger arrived, the village is not only permeated with the joy of the Year of the Tiger, but also enjoy the wealth brought by the year of the Tiger.During this time, the peasant painters in Wanggongzhuang Village, Beiguan Town, Minquan County were busy.Villagers Wang Jianhui and Yang Meiju are husband and wife painters. More than a decade ago, they became friends because of painting and jointly ran a studio in Wanggongzhuang.The arrival of the Year of the Tiger has greatly increased the sales of tiger paintings.Wang Jianhui, villager of Wanggongzhuang village, Beiguan Town, Minquan County: the mountain tiger is promoted step by step, and the mountain tiger is lucky, and the five blessings of Linmen, hundred tigers, thousand tigers.I sell 100. 70 or 80 of them are tigers.The couple’s teacher, 55-year-old Wang Jianmin, is the first to draw a tiger in his village and has taught hundreds of students.Wang, who has been painting tigers for 40 years, has witnessed the changes that tiger painting has brought to Wang Gong Zhuang.Wang Jianmin, a villager from Wanggongzhuang Village, Beiguan Town, Minquan County, said: “There used to be a saying around our village:” One mu of grain, led by a tiger, leads a well-off life.”Now each painting sells for several thousand yuan. Every family paints.The market is good.Decorating calligraphy and painting, tigerhead shoes, tigerhead hats, rural tourism and so on, the continuous extension of the industrial chain enables villagers to create more wealth at home.Mianzhu, Sichuan province: Tuotiao sends blessings by creating New Year wood-block prints in Mianzhu city, Deyang, Sichuan Province.Mianzhu city is “pictures of the township”, New Year’s day when every family can buy New Year pictures, take a look at the little tiger, woodcut New Year’s paintings is how rubbings made left mianzhu New Year pictures is block features of engraving, manual coloured drawing or pattern, is a state-level non-material cultural heritage, with lines, color bright, auspicious characteristics, essential necessities and the culture is the local peopleAlso with everyone’s wishes for the New Year.Zhang Yingquan, folk village, Xiaode Town, Mianzhu City: We people like to stick two pieces for The Spring Festival.At the scene, the reporter saw that there were many people involved in the production of New Year pictures, rubbing, coloring, feeling the charm of New Year pictures.In addition to the New Year paintings, there are also literary volunteers from the Mianzhu Calligrapher’s Association to write Spring Festival couplets for everyone, one pair of auspicious and festive Spring Festival couplets are very popular, and soon sold out.Editor: Sun Xinqi source: CCTV News statement: Reprint this article is for the purpose of passing more information.If the source is wrong or violated your legitimate rights and interests, please contact the author with proof of ownership, we will promptly correct, delete, thank you.