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  1. Can you spot a fake antique?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 27 | Al Jazeera

    An artisan paints designs on a massive bowl in Jingdezhen, China. Once the ceramics-making centre for emperors, today the city is the hub for replicas and forgeries [Al Jazeera] It's a stormy autumn day in Hong Kong, but above the howling monsoon winds, there is a familiar noise in this Asian financial heartland - the sound of millions of dollars changing hands.


  2. 'The White Road' is an obsessive journey into the world of porcelainRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | Los Angeles Times

    In 1717, Augustus the Strong of Poland, a porcelain devotee associated with the Meissen facility nearby, developed a passionate need to acquire 18 large Chinese porcelain vases owned by Frederick William I of Brandenburg and Prussia. The vases were not for sale, so Augustus suggested a swap.


  3. The European Obsession With PorcelainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 11 | New Yorker

    ... potter's clay is meant to exist, like his glazes, in variations-and it takes its name from a mountain in Jingdezhen, China, where porcelain was first created, more than a thousand years ago, called Gaoling, which means "high ridge." The name was ...


  4. 'The White Road' is a gorgeous odyssey into the history of porcelainRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 11 | Christian Science Monitor

    At once meditation, memoir, and travelogue as well as history, 'The White Road' is one of those unclassifiable books that simply astounds with the author's infectious love of his subject. Substances we now consider commonplace were once the foundations of fortunes and empires.


  5. The White Road review: Edmund de Waal on the trail of perfect porcelainRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 9 | The Age

    Anybody who thinks the words spiritual and material correspond to separate realms of experience would do well to read Edmund de Waal. Of course, the idea of spirituality is home to as much cheap trash as any two-dollar shop.


  6. British honored citizen of Chinese ceramics capitalRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 8 | Xinhuanet

    A dedicated British champion of Chinese ceramics, Rose Kerr, was awarded Monday honorary citizenship of China's porcelain capital, Jingdezhen. Retired in 2003 as keeper of the Far Eastern Department at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, Kerr has been working as a lecturer, writer and independent scholar.


  7. Pace London opens first exhibition of the work of Chinese artist Liu JianhuaRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 7 | Art Daily

    Pace London announces its first exhibition of the work of Liu Jianhua. Between is being presented at 6 Burlington Gardens, from 5 November to 23 December 2015 and coincides with the eighteenth annual instalment of Asian Art in London.


  8. China Jingdezhen International Ceramic Expo opens in E ChinaRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2015 | China Daily

    Visitors view exhibits at the 2015 China Jingdezhen International Ceramic Expo in Jingdezhen, East China's Jiangxi province, Oct 18, 2015. The five-day expo, opened on Sunday, attracted more than 910 ceramic enterprises and trade firms from China and aboard. [Photo/Xinhua]


  9. Jingdezhen constructs new model porcelain industrial parkRead the original story

    Oct 18, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    A worker paints a porcelain product in the porcelain industrial park in Jingdezhen, east China's Jiangxi Province, Oct, 16. 2015. Jingdezhen, the world-famed porcelain capital, has constructed a new model porcelain industrial park to house time-honored porcelain manufacturing workshops.


  10. Lack of legal protection keeps Asian artifacts out of CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2015 | Vancouver Sun

    One of the artifacts coming to San Francisco, but not here: Vase with West Asian entertainers. China; Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, Ming dynasty, reign of the Yongle emperor .


  11. Yaoli county: reminiscent of a Chinese wash paintingRead the original story

    Sep 25, 2015 | China Daily

    An old man stops by a bridge at Yaoli county on Sept 24. Yaoli county lies in the northeast of Jingdezhen city, in East China's Jiangxi province. [Photo/Xinhua]


  12. ArtRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2013 | China Daily

    The latest arts, culture and entertainment news. Your source for arts, movies, music, theatre, books and TV reviews and previews from chinadaily.com.cn.


  13. More AirAsia to ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2015 | The Nation

    Tassapon Bijleveld , CEO of Thai AirAsia, organised a press conference in Nanchang - the capital of Jiangxi Province in southeastern China. Thai AirAsia is ready to open its newest flight base "U-Tapao", its fifth after Don Mueang, Phuket, Chiang Mai and Krabi, with flights to two Chinese cities; Nanning in the southwest and Nanchang in the southeast .


  14. white: a project by Edmund de Waal - Royal Academy of ArtsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2015 | IndieLondon

    ... substance he has been obsessed with for most of his life. It is a journey across continents that begins in Jingdezhen, China, the birthplace of porcelain, and continues to Venice, Versailles, Dublin, Dresden, the Appalachian Mountains of South ...


  15. Christie's Shanghai announces Chinese and Asian Contemporary Design SaleRead the original story

    Aug 17, 2015 | Art Daily

    A pair of red enameled eggshell porcelain bowls, Shang Xia 2015. Master Lu Jiande (Jingdezhen, China) for the porcelain and Ding Yi (Shanghai, China) for the painting. Porcelain and enamels 29cm diam. (11 3/8in.). Estimate: RMB 100,000-150,000 (2) ...


  16. 580 years later, imperfect porcelain arrives at Forbidden CityRead the original story

    Aug 8, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    Some 160 pieces of porcelain deemed not good enough for China's royal court and shattered 580 years ago have finally made their way to the Forbidden City. An exhibition at the Palace Museum about the Ming Dynasty imperial kilns in Jingdezhen, a porcelain town in Jiangxi Province, has brought pieces restored from unearthed ceramic chips together for the first time with the museum's well-preserved royal collections.


  17. Tour aims to make art easy for uninitiatedRead the original story

    Jul 21, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    Expert help is now at hand courtesy of auction house Christie's, which has launched a new collector's tour titled Christie's Art Journey: Ancient to Contemporary China. Planned over 10 days and including four Chinese citiesi1 4 Shanghai, Jingdezhen, Xi'an and Beijingi1 4 the tour will begin in Shanghai on Oct 23, offering guests unrivalled private access to China's art world.


  18. Jingdezhen ceramic art culture makes debut at Milan ExpoRead the original story

    Jul 19, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    The ongoing world exposition in Milan is an important chance for the ceramic art culture of Jingdezhen, China's porcelain capital in Jiangxi province, to be better known by the world. On the occasion of the Jiangxi Day, celebrated at the China Pavilion of Expo Milano 2015 on Saturday, a Jingdezhen ceramic art exhibition, "New China from China," was unveiled here with more than 110 works from different artists, both traditional and contemporary, even from different countries.


  19. Chinese doctors see inside of Door County hospitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 14, 2015 | Door Reminder

    ... United States, Door County is playing host this week to visitors from abroad. Five Chinese delegates from Jingdezhen, China, arrived in America on Monday and began their tour of Wisconsin's peninsula. Their trip is in support of the Door ...


  20. Ker-Qing! How sky-high prices for Chinese porcelain hurt museumsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2015 | South China Morning Post

    British Museum creator reflects on the enduring appeal of porcelain from China, and the difficulty of adding to its collections with auction buyers paying so much for rare items Wander around the Chinese porcelain section of any museum and you'll most likely only notice the aesthetics of the pieces, from the familiar blue and white pattern of a curvaceous Ming vase to the intricate images etched on a delicate Qing dynasty bowl. Not Jessica Harrison-Hall.