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Expo welcomes Yazhou Ceramics

09-21-2010 08:41 BJT Special Report:Shanghai World Expo 2010 |

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Yazhou Ceramics of Southwest China's Guizhou Province has a history of over six-hundred years.

Recently, several folk artists in the town of Yazhou produced two ceramic works to be showcased at the Expo.

The ceramic pieces here are of a girl and a boy dressed in festive costumes, both of the ethnic Miao people.

To make their old-style craft take on a more modern flare, the local family artists have been collaborating with three pottery experts from Guizhou Province.

As one of the Top 10 Chinese ceramics, the colorful ceramics from Yazhou are all hand-made.

On September 25th, the unique art works will be at the Guizhou pavilion of the Expo.

Editor:Liu Fang |Source: CNTV.CN

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