Yangge Dancing is a popular and representative dance in northern China. It is one of the first projects to enter the national intangible cultural heritage list. Its predecessor is a singing activity of farmers in transplanting rice seedlings, which originated from agricultural production and labor. Every spring farming, the number of women and children in the countryside is tens. They go to the fields to transplant rice seedlings together. One person knocks a big drum, and the drum sounds. "Group songs compete with each other, day after day." It is called "Yangge". The custom of "naoyangge" in Northern Shaanxi has a long history. It is said that Yangge Dance had been established in Northern Shaanxi in the Northern Song Dynasty, which was originally Yangge.