Live: A tour in the Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum—where tradition meets fashion

Live: a tour in the jingdezhen imperial kiln museum—where tradition meets fashion

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: A tour in the Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum—where tradition meets fashion” – below is their description.

“White like jade, bright as a mirror, thin as paper and sounds like a bell” is the best way to describe the ceramics from Jingdezhen, east China’s Jiangxi Province. As a place that lives and breathes porcelain and pottery, and has been doing so for more than a thousand years, Jingdezhen attracts a continuous flow of travelers looking for a taste of its ancient cultural charms. Join us on a tour to the Jingdezhen Imperial Kiln Museum to dive deep into the porcelain civilization along the Yangtze River.

CGTN’s “The Great Rivers of China” series introduces the seven major water systems in China from different perspectives: natural geography, local customs, and significance to the local social and economic development. The Yellow, Yangtze, Songhua, Haihe, Huaihe, Pearl and Lancang rivers are featured in this special program.#greatriversofChina #20thpartycongress

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