Zhang Zhigang and his workshop of Baihu kiln

Updated: 2017-06-22

Replica porcelain products of Baihu kiln made by Zhang Zhigang are displayed in his workshop in Fuzhou, east China's Jiangxi Province, June 21, 2017. Zhang Zhigang, graduated from Tsinghua University, returned to his hometown in Jiangxi in 2014. He spent 1.5 million yuan (220,000 US dollars) to renovate three ancient houses for his workshop on the handicraft and culture of ancient Chinese Baihu kiln. (Xinhua/Zhang Ruiqi)

Zhang Zhigang walks in his workshop of Baihu kiln in Fuzhou, east China's Jiangxi Province, June 21, 2017. Zhang Zhigang, graduated from Tsinghua University, returned to his hometown in Jiangxi in 2014. He spent 1.5 million yuan (220,000 US dollars) to renovate three ancient houses for his workshop on the handicraft and culture of ancient Chinese Baihu kiln. (Xinhua/Zhang Ruiqi)

Students learn to make porcelain wares at Zhang Zhigang's workshop in Fuzhou, east China's Jiangxi Province, June 21, 2017. Zhang Zhigang, graduated from Tsinghua University, returned to his hometown in Jiangxi in 2014. He spent 1.5 million yuan (220,000 US dollars) to renovate three ancient houses for his workshop on the handicraft and culture of ancient Chinese Baihu kiln. (Xinhua/Song Zhenping)

Replica porcelain products of Baihu kiln made by Zhang Zhigang are displayed in his workshop in Fuzhou, east China's Jiangxi Province, June 21, 2017. Zhang Zhigang, graduated from Tsinghua University, returned to his hometown in Jiangxi in 2014. He spent 1.5 million yuan (220,000 US dollars) to renovate three ancient houses for his workshop on the handicraft and culture of ancient Chinese Baihu kiln. (Xinhua/Zhang Ruiqi)

Tourists visit the workshop of Baihu kiln founded by Zhang Zhigang in Fuzhou, east China's Jiangxi Province, June 21, 2017. Zhang Zhigang, graduated from Tsinghua University, returned to his hometown in Jiangxi in 2014. He spent 1.5 million yuan (220,000 US dollars) to renovate three ancient houses for his workshop on the handicraft and culture of ancient Chinese Baihu kiln. (Xinhua/Song Zhenping)

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