Shadow puppet play is an ancient and unique opera art widely spread among Chinese folk. Puppet show is one of the traditional Chinese art. It is a drama that uses puppets to perform stories. Both are national intangible cultural heritage. Through the performance of shadow puppets in Zhangbi Castle, students can experience the charm of traditional art firsthand, cultivate students' respect for art and cultural heritage, and lead students in the new era to protect and inherit traditional culture.
The awe-inspiring gongs and drums are popular in Shanxi folk culture and art of the Han nationality, with a history of more than 4,000 years. Students experience the majestic gongs and drums in Zhangbi Castle, which can not only improve students' music appreciation ability, but also cultivate students' interest and love for national art.
Dry tune Yangko, it has no musical instrument accompaniment, only a performance form of dry singing in Jiexiu dialect. Gan Tiao Yangko was listed as the intangible cultural heritage of Jinzhong City in 2006. Nowadays, the protection and inheritance of dry yangko is imminent, and it is hoped that through learning to sing dry yangko, students will stimulate their feelings for the protection and inheritance of folk intangible cultural heritage.
Underground tunnels are all over the Zhangbi Castle, extending in all directions. The tunnel is a three-dimensional three-layer network structure. The whole tunnel integrates attack, hide, retreat, escape, and defense into one, curved and blurred. The students' experience through authentic exploration and research is conducive to improving teamwork awareness and enhancing the spirit of exploration.
Zhangbi Gubao Shaolin Temple is the first Zen bow ceremony and shooting courtyard of Shaolin Temple in China. It is reconstructed and constructed on the basis of traditional houses. The environment of the Temple is quiet, close to nature, and dedicated to tradition and development. One of the traditional Chinese "Six Arts of Gentlemen" is the "shooting art" culture and skills. The home stadium of the two National Shaolin Chan Gong Archery Competitions in 2018 and 2019. More than 500 players from all over the country participated in the two events.