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Porcelain artisan makes miniature landmark architectures

2014-03-12 13:53:19



Porcelain artisan Zhang Maosheng demonstrates a piece of work based on the Taipei 101 at his studio in Jingdezhen, east China's Jiangxi Province, March 11, 2014. The porcelain skyscraper is made up of six stationery parts: a writing brush holder, a seal box, a water container, a writing brush pot, a flower receptacle and a brush-cleaning tray. Zhang has crafted porcelain works based on a number of landmark architectures and key events in China. His studio is located in a small alleyway in Jingdezhen, known as China's "porcelain capital" for its tradition of porcelain making. (Xinhua/Zhou Mi)

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