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Liu Zesong, 74, is an inheritor of the national intangible cultural heritage of Yuping xiao and Yuping flutes in Yuping Dong autonomous county, Southwest China's Guizhou province.
Wang Fangren, born in 1930, has been given the title of the main inheritor of the Twelve Tunes of the bronze drum in Biandanshan village, and is known for his diversity and acclaimed renditions of representative works of the Bouyei intangible cultural heritage, from their sacrificial tunes to their jubilant tunes.
Pu Guochang, one of the main figures in the "Guizhou phenomenon" that swept the Chinese art world in the 1990s, is widely known as a master of Guizhou's contemporary art.
Wu Pinxian has been given the title of the inheritor of the Grand Song of the Dong ethnic group, a national intangible cultural heritage.
Wang Yongzhan was given the title of inheritor of the Twelve Tunes of the bronze drum, the distinctive music composition of the Bouyei ethnic group, in 2007.
Liu Yonghong is an inheritor of the ancient songs of the Miao ethnic group, and was given the title of master of the intangible cultural heritage in 2004.
Dai Mingxian, born in Anshun, Guizhou province in 1935, is an acclaimed editor, writer, and calligrapher.