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Mid 17th century Dutch tile with tulips and Chinese Wan-Li corner motifs.

Mid 17th century Dutch tile with tulips and Chinese Wan-Li corner motifs.

Stunning,Ming chenghua,ming vase,chinese porcelain,dragon,small vase,phoenix,chinese,chinese dragon,gift,home decor,unique gift,vintage vase by samclarkguitars on Etsy

Stunning,Ming chenghua,ming vase,chinese porcelain,dragon,small vase,phoenix,chinese,chinese dragon,gift,home decor,unique gift,vintage vase

Stunning,Ming chenghua,ming vase,chinese porcelain,dragon,small vase,phoenix,chinese,chinese dragon,gift,home decor,unique gift,vintage vase by samclarkguitars on Etsy

Chinese vase valued at GBP30,000 which sat in a family home for 40 years sells for GPB3 MILLION!

Chinese vase valued at £30,000 which sat in a family home for 40 years sells for £3 MILLION

Chinese vase valued at GBP30,000 which sat in a family home for 40 years sells for GPB3 MILLION!

¤ Chinese Vase infographic | A Beginner’s Guide to Chinese Porcelain Vase Shapes Helen Bu, Tuesday, July 15, 2014

¤ Chinese Vase infographic | A Beginner’s Guide to Chinese Porcelain Vase Shapes Helen Bu, Tuesday, July 15, 2014

The people of China have a long held belief that they are descendents of the dragon, a tradition that is firmly embedded in their culture and one that is encountered across all aspects of Chinese society and in the minds of its people. Whereas in western cultures the dragon is usually regarded as a symbol of malevolence, in China it is held in high esteem for its dignity and power for good.

The people of China have a long held belief that they are descendents of the dragon, a tradition that is firmly embedded in their culture and one that is encountered across all aspects of Chinese society and in the minds of its people. Whereas in western cultures the dragon is usually regarded as a symbol of malevolence, in China it is held in high esteem for its dignity and power for good.

How Ai Weiwei's art confounded his jailers. Link to article about the Chinese dissident artist by the Economist.

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How Ai Weiwei's art confounded his jailers. Link to article about the Chinese dissident artist by the Economist.

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