|Children in ancient costumes learn Zhusuan in a primary school in Wuyuan County, southeast China's Jiangxi Province, April 13, 2014. (Chinanews.com/Liu Zhankun)|
Children in ancient costumes learn Zhusuan in a primary school in Wuyuan County, southeast China's Jinagxi Province, April 13, 2014. They paid a visit to a 10-meter-long and three-meter-wide giant abacus in the county and experienced the charm of traditional culture.
Zhusuan, otherwise known as the Chinese abacus, was officially listed as an intangible cultural heritage at the 8th Annual UNESCO World Heritage Congress in Baku, Azerbaijan on December 4, 2013. Zhusuan is a traditional calculating method using the abacus with a history of 2,500 years in China.