The regional culture of Jiangxi has a long history and is rich in culture. Nolan Yang has a strong interest in traditional wood carving. After graduating from University, he engaged in carving (including bamboo carving, wood carving, brick carving and inkstone carving) in his spare time. During the three years of studying wood carving, Nolan Yang met and visited a group of famous sculptors, learned traditional carving techniques, and made a lot of practice on bamboo, wood, stone and inkstone carving. He traveled thousands of miles, read thousands of books, read a large number of famous sculptures, visited famous mountains and rivers, visited places of interest, and visited major museums in China. He learned from nature and learned from nature. He carefully studied the shape, conception, conception and techniques of his predecessors, and devoted himself to studying traditional masterpieces.