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    Quote of the Day: China's Ceramic Capital Keeps Its Cachet

    "In Jingdezhen, I can get technical help and historical influence. I set up my studio here because..."
    Ceramics in Jingdezhen, China's Capital of Pottery (Melissa's Travel Blog)

    Ceramics in Jingdezhen, China's pottery capital. (Melissa's Travel Blog)

    "In Jingdezhen, I can get technical help and historical influence. I set up my studio here because what you can do here cannot be done elsewhere. It is more important and better, there are more possibilities because the craftsmanship here is so high. It is so alive and full of experts, which makes it very special."

    -Adriaan Rees, a ceramic artist from the Netherlands who has spent seven years learning in Jingdezhen, China's historic capital of pottery, which is known for its high-quality porcelain that is valued for not being mass-produced. (Xinhua)

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