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BEIJING, Feb. 14, 2023/PRNewswire/ -- An exhibition of Dehua ceramics was held at the Sunway Pyramid shopping mall in Selangor, Malaysia on Saturday, attracting many Malaysians to explore the unique charm of Dehua porcelain products.
About 35 Dehua ceramic enterprises jointly exhibited high-quality white porcelain products, including art porcelain, daily use porcelain and export craft porcelain, at the expo, demonstrating the rich cultural heritage and exquisite skills of Dehua ceramics all over the world. the senses.
Dehua porcelain is a type of Chinese white porcelain made in Dehua County, Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, southeast China. The French nicknamed the smooth white porcelain made there "Blanc de Chine" (Chinese White), which became world famous.
In 2022, the output value of Dehua ceramics has exceeded 50 billion yuan, said Fang Junqin, head of Dehua County.
The porcelain industry in Dehua County is not only a leading industry, but also a subsistence industry. There are more than 4,000 ceramic companies. Of the county's 356,000 residents, one in three is engaged in ceramic-related jobs.
This year, Dehua will start the implementation of a new five-year action plan for the high-quality development of the porcelain industry and strive to build Dehua porcelain into a 100 billion-dollar industrial cluster by 2027, Fang explained.
Fang also noted that with the entry into force of the RCEP agreement, the export of Dehua porcelain to Southeast Asian countries has grown rapidly. From January to September 2022, Dehua exported 5.77 million US dollars worth of porcelain products to Malaysia, up 324.29 percent year on year.
According to Fang, Malaysia is perceived as the "translator" and "catalyst" for Dehua porcelain to enter the international market.
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