Located in east China’s Jiangxi province, Jingdezhen is a renowned ceramics site.
Porcelain or ‘white gold’ was once among the world's most coveted products, and Jingdezhen had its kilns burning day and night to meet global demand.
Today, the prefecture-level city has become a mecca for Chinese youth who want to pursue the art of ceramics away from the hustle and bustle of first-tier cities.
Watch till the end to learn how it feels to be an artist at the crossroads of tradition and technology.
Cinematographer: Husain Amer
Producer: Hanna Yu
Editor: Jian Gao, Charlie Cooper
Graphic Designer: Haedi Yue
Motion Designer: Hayley An
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