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Dehua wins the title of 'World Ceramics Capital'

  Dehua county in East China's Fujian province cemented its prominence after being named World Ceramics Capital by the World Crafts Council (WCC) on Sunday, Southeast Express reports. WCC bestowed the title to Dehua through a unanimous vote following a two-day investigation by an international expert panel on May 29 and 30. Dehua met criteria across the board to win the honor, including splendid ceramic products, a long and splendid ceramic history and solid industrial infrastructure, said experts.   WCC experts visits a ceramics base in Dehua county,

Taiwan businessman to sink 250m into tea oil industrial park in Dehua

Taiwan businessman Li Shanchuan has announced that he will commit 250 million yuan to building a tea oil industrial park in Quanzhou Dehua, Fujian.   The project will comprise a 4,000-ton-a-year tea oil manufacturing facility, a 133-hectare tea culture park and a 200-hectare tea plantation.   The facility is predicted to provide 1,200 jobs and annual sales of 300 million yuan.   SOURCE: Common Talk Weekly   Editorial Message   This site contains materials from other clearly stated media sources for the purpose of discussion
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