The 2021 China-Japan-ROK ceramic culture, art and tourism week opened in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province on December 14.
More than 20 artists from the three countries brought some 100 art works, including paintings, calligraphy works, tea ceremonies, ceramics and sculptures. Visitors can enjoy the cultural charm of the three countries for a week.
The event is part of Jingdezhen's effort to become a Culture City of East Asia by 2023 and aims to showcase its profound local culture.
The city will host more than 100 ceramic cultural events to boost communications among artists from the three countries. It hopes to develop itself as a center for ceramic innovation, protection, cultural exchange, tourism and trade, according to Lin Rong, head of the Jingdezhen publicity department.