There’s an art form so well-known and celebrated that it was named after a country: fine china. Ceramic dates back thousands of years to China where they began life, before slowly spreading to other parts of East Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Through the years, Jingdezhen, a town in Jiangxi province, has been an artisan center where clay and craftsmanship unite. Our Host James Chau looks back at its historic beginnings, the evolution of cobalt, and its modern applications today.
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