Porcelain apprentices needed in Hong Kong

Master craftsmen in Hong Kong are all over 70 and have reached retirement age.

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    It takes decades to perfect the art of painting porcelain by hand.

    The master porcelain craftsmen of Hong Kong are all over 70, retirement age.

    In order to keep the last remaining porcelain factory in business, young apprentices must be found.

     

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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