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A Xiushan lantern painted with flowers. This is actually the name for a performance that includes songs, music, dance and drama. The performers carry painted lanterns and wear colourful costumes. The tradition dates back to the Tang and Song dynasties and was inscribed on the list of Chinese ICH in 2006.
The Great Wall of China.Photo: http://www.tuku.cn/wallpapers/view.aspx?id=6885&type=1440x900 [2015-3-25]
Large pieces of quartz are baked in the kiln, then broken into tiny pieces and sieved to obtain fragments of three different sizes.
Large pots take a long time to decorate, so they are wrapped in plastic to ensure that the clay will not dry out too quickly.
Nisa’s inlaid ceramics were traditionally used for water, but nowadays they are produced mainly for decorative purposes.
Drawing the decorative motifs in the wet clay with a needle and other instruments is the responsibility of the more experienced pedradeiras’