Highlights: A date with ‘Blanc de Chine’- Dehua Porcelain

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Commonly known as Blanc de Chine in the West, meaning white porcelain from China, Dehua porcelain was a prominent Chinese export along the Maritime Silk Road. It became popular among foreign nobles during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644). Today, the porcelain capital of Dehua continues to thrive and inspire. Join CGTN as we try our hand at making some Dehua porcelain.

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