Results 1 - 20 of 27 in Jingdezhen, China
A Garlic-sized bottle to be auctioned by Shanghai Auction Co Ltd on May 31 2013 in Shanghai. Comment?
Chilies help the people of Wu-yuan cope with the humidity in their county, yet their most famous dishes are not spicy at all. Comment?
A Pair of Lime-Green Ground Famille-Rose Vases, Jiaqing Seal Marks and Period come to the market from Cluny Castle in Scotland. Comment?
Seven people have been charged with allegedly producing toxic bean sprouts in east China's Jiangxi Province, local authorities said Friday. Comment?
For the past 20 years, China has become an economic superpower by acting as the world's manufacturer. Comment?
The World Bank announced Thursday that its board of directors has approved five loans totalling 620 million U.S. dollars to China. Comment?
... of fine arts from Georgia State University. A seeker of adventure, Cho enjoys traveling and visited Jingdezhen, China, the porcelain capital of the world with more than 2,000 years of history in ceramic arts, to satiate his desire to learn. It was ... Comment?
Erica Passage is a graduate student working toward an MFA in ceramics at West Virginia University's College of Creative Arts. Comment?
"Work 0808," a glazed stoneware piece by Harumi Nakashima, from "New Blue and White" at the Museum of Fine Arts. Comment?
On February 1, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton stepped down after four years of intrepid service at the State Department. Comment?
Key Words: Cultural relics, history; archeology Related Reading: >> What's the way out for China's cultural relics protection? >> Ancient skills face lost as beauty of Buddha fades away More than 2,000 porcelains of the Tang Dynasty have been unearthed from an ancient town in Qingpu District that served as Shanghai's earliest port for foreign ... (more) Comment?
The College of Creative Arts is a diverse, highly regarded faculty with a range of arts- and performance-related offerings. Comment?
Two more Chinese localities are to pilot a human organ donation regulation that allows relatives of a deceased person to decide whether to donate their organs. Comment?
Inspired by a visit to Beijing's 798 Art Zone, a London gallery owner is taking contemporary Chinese design, stimulated by the country's rapid changes, to a European audience. Comment?
KEEP it or dump it? It's always a question for Gao Liyan, a 38-year-old housewife, whose closet is filled with garments she made herself, from coats to sweaters. Comment?
... other side embody transformation. Parker and Davis completed residencies at the pottery workshop in Jingdezhen, China, where they worked with local artisans. Their figures from that experience include tiny monkeys with witty appendages, ... Comment?
... a popular porcelain painter during the reigns of Tongzhi and Guangxu, and started an apprenticeship in Jingdezhen, China, at the age of nine, after following in his father's footsteps. This lot, pictured right and below next to auctioneer Will ... Comment?
TODAY there is a lot of porcelain with superb but superficial technique, and no soul. Comment?
To mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, The Fitzwilliam Museum is showcasing the first major exhibition in this country of more than 80 works created in Jingdezhen by over 50 contemporary ceramicists. Comment?
On January 9, Robin Tagliaferri, executive director of the Forbes House Museum , will speak at the Milton Public Library about her recent trip to China. Comment?