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The colorful tie-dye village
Author:梁丹丹CopyFrom:hits:1305UpdateTime:2016/2/3 15:46:02Editor:

      In the tie-dye art village, Weishan, a county in Dali, Yunnan Province, an array of tie-dye products reveal the charm of traditional art. In 2008, Weishan tie-dye was listed in the National Intangible Cultural Heritage. Today, it is still beautiful scenery of Weishan.
      On the production line of Weishan Sanyi Tie-Dye Industry & Trade Limited Company, tie-dye products combining traditional culture and creative arts were produced through new technologies with intellectual property rights. Li Min, the general manager of the company told the reporter that through the improvement and utilization of traditional methods of tie-dye in tying, dyeing and bleaching, the company developed a number of innovative technologies, and invention patents like “a plant companion staining” were granted. Innovative technology allows intangible cultural heritage to enter into everyday life, and help Yi folk handicrafts step into the modern life from the past.
    According to the introduction, during the past 30 years since founded, Weishan Sanyi Tie-Dye Industry & Trade Limited Company has been holding the concept of inheritance and innovation, and renewing the traditional folk art. Currently, the “Sanyi” trademark has been identified as “Yunnan Famous Trademark” for three consecutive years, and its products have been sold to the entire world.
    “Our patented dyeing technology not only enhances the color performance and reduces operating procedures, but also reduces the production costs and increases the diversity of colors.” Li Min proudly told reporters while pointing to the dyeing vessel on the production line. The tie-dye products of today have more diverse flower mouth, more colors, and maintain local characteristics and ethnic characteristics of traditional cloth. Through the power of intellectual property, the traditional technologies of the intangible cultural heritage renewed its life.
 (by Liang Dandan)
在扎染艺术之乡——云南省大理州巍山县,琳琅满目的扎染制品彰显着传统艺术的魅力。2008年,巍山扎染被列入国家级非物质文化遗产名录。如今,它依然是巍山一道亮丽的风景。
在巍山县三彝扎染工贸有限公司的生产线上,一件件集传统文化与创新艺术于一体的扎染制品,正在通过拥有知识产权的新技术华丽诞生。三彝扎染总经理李敏告诉记者,公司通过对传统扎染方法的扎花、染色、褪色进行改进和利用,研发出多项创新技术并获得“一种植物伴侣染色法”等多件发明专利权,用创新的技术让非遗走进生活,让彝族民间手工艺品从历史走入现代。
据介绍,三彝扎染创立30年来,始终秉持传承与创新融合发展的理念,将民间传统技艺推陈出新。目前,“三彝”商标已连续三届被认定为“云南省著名商标”,三彝扎染制品也实现了漂洋过海走向世界。
“用我们的专利进行染色,不仅增强了上色性能,减少了操作程序,还降低了生产成本,增加了色彩的多样性。”李敏自豪地指着生产线上的染色容器对记者说。如今的扎染,花口更加丰富多样,花色更加五彩缤纷,并且保持了传统扎花布的地方特色和民族特色。通过知识产权的力量,千年非遗技艺由此再焕生机。


 

 
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