Porcelain-making art in Jingdezhen to bid for intangible cultural heritage

13:49, July 16, 2011      

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Wei Jingou, an experienced porcelain craftsman, carries the semifinished products in Jingdezhen, east China's Jiangxi Province, July 14, 2011. Recently, the porcelain-making art in Jingdezhen has been under the stage of evaluation when applying for being listed into the United Nation's intangible cultural heritages. Known as the porcelain capital of China, Jingdezhen has a porcelain-making history of more than 1,000 years since Song Dynasty (960 to 1279). (Xinhua/Shi Weiming)


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