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Tradition Mission

  • Dutch artist takes porcelain to the next level

    Royal Delft, the only remaining factory of more than 30 earthenware factories that were established in Delft in the 17th century, has more than 130,000 visitors every year and about 6000 are tourists from China.

  • Chinese porcelain travels to UK

    As one of the first and one of the most important global commodities, porcelain helped introduce Chinese culture, art and the name of Jingdezhen to the world.

  • Meet in Beijing Arts Festival ends with Peking Opera

    The Chinese Peking Opera, The Jewelry Pouch, and actress Zhang Huoding were featured at the closing ceremony of the 15th Meet in Beijing Arts Festival on Thursday.

  • Juicy dumplings in Wuxi city

    Wangxingji is a century-old company which was first founded in 1913 at Chongan Temple in Wuxi, Jiangsu province.

  • Rekindled ancient technique

    Jingdezhen, in Jiangxi province, is a city that has been supported by ceramic industry for more than 1,000 years.

  • "Porcelain capital" showcases ancient skills

    Known as the “porcelain capital”, Jingdezhen has been producing quality pottery for more than 1,700 years, and attracts numerous ceramic artists around the world.

  • Whompoa spirit still shines - Episode II

    Right since its founding in 1924, Whampoa Military Academy had been a beacon for Chinese revolutionaries determined to restore strength and unity to a war-torn country which had just ceased to be a feudal empire. And when Japan officially invaded China in 1937, during World War II, the academy became the ultimate calling for many young and hot-blooded ...

  • Matouqin music plays on

    The matouqin, or horse-head fiddle, is a traditional Mongolian bowed string instrument. It is called the horse-head fiddle because the top of the pole is carved into the shape of a horse head.

  • Whompoa spirit still shines

    Right since its founding in 1924, Whampoa Military Academy had been a beacon for Chinese revolutionaries determined to restore strength and unity to a war-torn country which had just ceased to be a feudal empire. And when Japan officially invaded China in 1937, during World War II, the academy became the ultimate calling for many young and hot-blooded ...

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