During the Mid-Autumn Festival, Yangzhou craftsmen made a series of handicrafts integrating Yangzhou traditional techniques and the festival.
A flexible lacquer painting called Yangzhou Sanbadao combines two traditional intangible cultural heritages in one art craft for the first time.
Zhou Wei, a Yangzhou native, has become well-known for carving boxwood into local steamed specialties.
Tourists who are willing to seek some leisure may go to Yangzhou City to experience "Yangzhou's Three Knives".
Paper-cutting has been practiced in Yangzhou for more than 1,000 years with a number of distinct uses in Chinese culture.