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Nie Chenxi's clay tigers

2014-05-30 09:10:44

(People's Daily Online)


Nie puts colors on the clay tiger on May 27, 2014. (Xinhua/Guo Xulei)

Nie Chenxi, 50, is the 21st generation successor of Clay Figurine in Gaomi- a state-level intangible cultural heritage. Now he passes the skill of Clay Figurine to his son. The clay tigers created by Nie Chenxi and his son has won the golden prize of the Farmers Art Festival. Nie also opens an online-shop selling the hand-made clay figurine.

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