The people of Jingdezhen City, China have found an
original way to celebrate the Chinese Year of the Rabbit – they’ve built a giant
statue of a rabbit from 30,000 porcelain plates.
Ever since the Song dynasty, 1,700 years ago, Jingdezhen has been known as the “porcelain city”
because of its porcelain-making history, so it made perfect sense the locals
used centuries-old skills for the celebration. Just like that porcelain dragon
from Yangzhou that I posted about last week, this giant rabbit sculpture
features a metal frame covered with thousands of porcelain
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