Taiwanese Craftsman seeks to save Chinese printing heritage

Ri Xing Typeface Foundry in Taiwan is home to one of the world's last word-making shop, manufacturing traditional 3-D Chinese characters out of lead.

    Ri Xing Typeface Foundry in Taiwan is home to one of the world's last word-making shops, manufacturing traditional 3D Chinese characters out of lead.

    Having dedicated his whole life to the dying culture, the owner of Ri Xing Typeface Foundry told Al Jazeera he hopes to revive the craft by opening a interactive museum.


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