In a small town on the Edge of the Taklimakan desert, Buwizorihan Metruzi sits poised to sell traditional crafts through a Livestreaming session. With her phone resting on a stand and lighting adjusted just so, she beckons her online audience with a wave of her hand. "Behold!" she exclaims with a flourish. "This handmade atlas silk shawl boasts bright colors and exquisite patterns. And if you act now, you can get a discount!" Her audience, mainly located in bustling cities like Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, eagerly watches and listens, drawn in by the allure of the exotic and the unique. As Buwizorihan Metruzi showcases her wares, it's clear that traditional crafts still have a place in modern society. And with the convenience of Livestreaming, it's never been easier to connect with those who appreciate the artistry of handcrafted goods. So why settle for mass-produced items when you can have something truly special?
Soft, soft and bright colors, the Atlas Silk has been used for a long time by Uygur Women in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region for Clothing and Interior Design. The Honored Silk manufacturing technique over time has been included as a national uninterrupted cultural heritage. P>
Aznabazar Village, where Buwizorihan Metrozi's life is a reputable production center for Atlas Silk at Xinjiang's Hotan Prefecture.
Virtually all homes have the technical knowledge of this traditional craftsmanship. P>
Buwizorihan Metrozi has another identity here, that of the guide at the Silk plant of Jiya Liren Atlas. Silk towing, rotating thread, dying and knitting: The production techniques of the old fabric have remained unchanged in this factory.
Due to the scarce gains, inconsistent standards and a lack of sales channels, the ATLAS silk industry was once in decline. Not until the arrival of poverty, the relief of the paintings made the vessel of the ancient silk recovers its shine, she said. P>
To rejuvenate the industry, the tables invited the experienced craftsmen to give.
Free training to the villagers. They also sought the instruction of designers of silk textile companies in the cities of Suzhou and Hangzhou, which are considered main silk production centers of China. P>
With the help of experts, the product portfolio of the local plants has been expanded with silk fabric and dressed in more than 20 items, such as ties, wallets, Savantes and bags.
Atlas Silk Manufacturers. Galvanized by the popularity of rural tourism of Xinjiang. The Silk factory of Jiya Liren Atlas has become a basis of multifunctional production and a national tourism destination, showing the entire traditional process of silk production.
attracted by the atlas booming the silk industry, some young people have returned to the people and began their own businesses. Abdu Haliq is one of them. P>
After graduating from a Beijing University, he returned to the town and opened an Atlas silk design studio.
The Qipao (a tight classic dress) with atlas silk elements that he designed has captured the fantasy of young people. P>
"I tried to combine the traditional boat with modern fashionable elements. I feel very satisfied to be able to promote the outstanding industry in my hometown," said Abdu Abdu Haliq.
Currently, the ATLAS silk industry in the Aznabazar village has an annual production value of almost 5 million yuan (around $ 783,000) and provides jobs Stable for more than 100 farmers. p>
"I think our native silk will be sold to more places, fattening the villagers and tissue a colorful life for us," said Buwizorihan Metrozi. EndItem p>.
Traditional Crafts, Livestreaming, Atlas Silk, Xinjiang, China, Beijing, Guangzhou, Hangzhou,
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