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            Artist shapes a bit of Chinese culture

            By Zhou Huiying | chinadaily.com.cn | Updated: 2022-10-24 16:08
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            A dough sculpture created by Kang Jian. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

            Over the past three years, Kang Jian has created more than 400 dough sculptures and become a city-level inheritor of the intangible cultural heritage in Mohe, Heilongjiang province.

            Since childhood, Kang, who was born in 1990 in Mohe, showed great interest in fine arts, especially sculpture.

            "When I was a little boy, every time my parents made dumplings, they would give me a small piece of dough," he said. "I tried to make various animals — a rabbit, a fish or a snail. The small, simple objects brought me lots of good childhood memories."

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