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Purple clay teapot, a distinguished kind of pottery with decorative patterns. Find more @http://www.chinatraveldesigner.com/travel-guide/culture/culture-relics/purple-clay-teapots.htm

Cloisonné is an ancient technique for decorating metalwork objects, in recent centuries using vitreous enamel, and in older periods also inlays of cut gemstones, glass, and other materials. More info@http://www.chinatraveldesigner.com/travel-guide/culture/culture-relics/jing-tai-lan.htm

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Beautiful china from China. More info@http://www.chinatraveldesigner.com/travel-guide/culture/culture-relics/song-porcelain-kilns.htm

During holidays, all around the country is decorated with lovely red!

Fish in China represent the abundance of life. More info@http://www.chinatraveldesigner.com/travel-guide/culture/chinese-festival.html

Chinese Tea Culture. See more? Go to www.chinatravelde...

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