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    Inside a Hong Kong porcelain factory
    Inside a Hong Kong porcelain factory
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    Inside a Hong Kong porcelain factory

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    Calvin Guan
    Calvin Guan
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    Welcome to the Yuet Tung china factory.

    It was Hong Kong’s first “Guan Cai” porcelain maker.

    This colorful ceramic ware often depicts scenes from Chinese mythology and legend.

    But it’s a dying art, as the masters are in their 70s and the younger generation doesn’t seem interested in picking up the brush.

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    CALVIN GUAN
    CALVIN GUAN
    Calvin is a contributor to Inkstone. He is studying for a master’s degree in journalism at the University of Hong Kong.

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