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Batik, the ancient name of the horse, is an ancient manual anti-dye process, and the twisted valer (tie-dyed), folder valerian tied for the ancient Chinese dyeing process of the three basic types. In addition to Chinese ethnic minorities, the tradition of batik has been found in many countries around the world, including Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, India, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, and Nigeria; but Indonesia's batik is the most well known. The waxing method of the island of Java in Indonesia has a long and varied cultural adaptation, and it has a rich and diverse style by the influence of various cultures. It is also the most complete development of the world style, technology and artisan skills. In October 2009, UNESCO incorporated Indonesia's batik in human vital oral and intangible cultural assets. ... 蜡染，古称蠟纈，是一种古老的手工防染工艺，与绞缬（扎染）、夹缬并列为中国古代染缬工艺的三种基本类型。 除了中國少數民族之外，蠟染的傳統在全球許多國家都有發現，包含印尼、馬來西亞、新加坡、印度、斯里蘭卡、菲律賓、以及奈及利亞；不過印尼的蠟染是最為世人所熟知的。印尼爪哇島的蠟染製法有歷經很長時期的文化適應，受到多種文化影響的結果而擁有豐富多元的樣式，也是目前世界上樣式、技術、以及工匠技巧發展最完整的地區 。2009年10月，聯合國教科文組織將印尼的蠟染納入人類重要口傳與無形文化資產。...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «蜡染» OVER TIME
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5 CHINESE BOOKS RELATING TO «蜡染»
Discover the use of 蜡染 in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to 蜡染 and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in Chinese literature.