Baiyangdian Reed painting, as a traditional folk handicraft in China, evolved from "reed mat", one of the reed-woven products in the Baiyangdian area during the Tang and Song dynasties. It is a typical traditional handicraft in this area. To locals, lake water is valuable as silver and reeds are as precious as gold. In 2009, Baiyangdian reed painting was inscribed on the list of provincial intangible cultural heritage in Hebei. It uses the unique color, luster and texture of reeds to express the lifestyle of the water town, such as casting nets to fish and riding boats to raise ducks. It has the beauty of natural materials. This episode "Baiyangdian Reed Painting" will enable you to enjoy the unique charm of this branch of art.
Chief Supervisor and Producer: Li Yao
策 划：杨建民 张天虎
Planners: Yang Jianmin, Zhang Tianhu
统 筹：郑 白
Coordinator: Zheng Bai
Choreographer-director: Song Lifang
Cameraman: Wang Shouyi
Editor: Zhao Boxuan
字幕翻译：宋立芳 李 石（实习）
Caption Translators: Song Lifang, Li Shi (Intern)
文字校对：郑 白 米雯婷（实习）
Script Proofreaders: Zheng Bai, Mi Wenting (Intern)
Instructor Unit: the Publicity Department of the CPC Hebei Provincial Committee
Acknowledgment: Thanks should go to Hebei Baiyangdian Arts and Crafts Co., Ltd.
Editor: Mi Wenting (Intern)